Gutter Maintenance And Repair Tips

Posted on: 29 December 2017

The gutters on your home serve a purpose. They direct rainwater pouring down your roof to the downspouts and away from your home. The redirection of water can help prevent flooding near your home's foundation and can prevent water damage to your roof, soffit, and fascia. Gutters are an important aspect of your home and should be maintained and cared for properly. See below for tips to maintain, care for, and repair your gutters.
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Tips For Preventing Rust On The Roof

Posted on: 17 December 2017

If you have a metal roof or any roof with lots of metallic materials on it, then you need to be worried about the risk of rust or corrosion. Deal with your worries by taking the following measures for preventing roof rust: Keep the Roof Clean One of the most important steps to keeping your roof rust free is to keep it dry. This is because moisture accelerates rusting. You are probably wondering what this has to do with keeping the roof clean.
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A Roof Made From Straw? Thatching Is Better Than You Think!

Posted on: 6 December 2017

A thatched roof may seem like something from a fairytale rather than from real life. A roof made from straw? That could not possibly offer any protection… right? Well, not exactly. Thatched roofs were used for thousands of years across Europe and in some parts of Asia, and they were popular because they worked. A big bad wolf can't blow down a thatched roof, and even rain is not the threat you might think it would be!
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Reasons To Have Your Business's Roof Inspected

Posted on: 24 November 2017

The roof over your business will be one of the most exposed parts of the building. This can put it at a higher risk of suffering problems and damages. Unfortunately, when this part of the building becomes compromised, it can create catastrophic problems for the rest of the structure. To help you find and repair these issues before this can happen, you will need to have a commercial roof inspection performed.
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