3 Forms Of Roof Maintenance To Do Each Spring

Posted on: 13 September 2017

Are you the type of homeowner that typically ignores their roof until there is a problem? You are more likely spending more money on roof repairs than you would on roof maintenance over the years. Here are three things that you need to do each spring to maintain your roof: Flashing Inspection The flashing on your roof plays a key role in preventing water from getting under your shingles. It is used in places where something is mounted into the roof or protrudes out from the roof.
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Hail Can Hit More Than Your Roof

Posted on: 6 September 2017

Spring may be a memory, and summer may be fading, but if you've been through a big hail storm at all this year, you know that the damage can make itself evident months later. If you haven't already had your roof inspected, you should do that now before winter weather arrives. You should also have some peripheral areas inspected as well because hail can damage these, too, and result in more damage to your home when a storm hits.
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Benefits Of Spray Foam Roofing For Your Industrial Building

Posted on: 24 August 2017

For those that are considering their options for having a roof installed, there is an important need to be informed about all of the options before committing to a particular type of roof. While industrial foam roofing systems can offer numerous benefits, you might not fully appreciate the range of benefits that you will be able to enjoy by having this type of roof installed. Fire-Resistant Materials One of the most important benefits that a spray foam roof may provide is that the materials used in this type of roof are extremely fire resistant.
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Five Things You Can Do This Fall To Prevent Winter Roofing Issues

Posted on: 16 August 2017

With the coming of cooler weather also comes the time to begin preparing your house for winter. One of the most important aspects you can attend to is your roof. This is because winter leaks are difficult to deal with as weather and freezing temperatures make a repair challenging. The following are five things you can do this fall to prevent winter roofing issues. #1: Trim your trees Broken branches or simply branches that scrape across the shingles during winter storms can cause major roof damage.
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