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Exterior Home Maintenance Tips For Spring

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After a long, gloomy winter, spring’s bright skies and warm weather are a breath of fresh air. It’s the perfect time to get outside and inspect the exterior of your home for any problems and make necessary repairs. By inspecting your home’s exterior in the spring, it’s easier to catch issues before they become major problems. This way, you’ll have a lot more time for fun and relaxation in the summer. Read More»

4 Reasons Why You Should Install A Metal Roof On Your New Home

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Are you building a new home? If so, very early in the process, you’ll need to decide what type of roof you want on the house. Many homeowners opt for traditional choices like asphalt shingles, clay tiles, or even cedar shakes. However, metal is an alternative that you should consider. Metal has long been used as a roofing material for commercial building. However, many homeowners are now seeing that it’s an appealing choice for residential buildings too. Read More»

Make Your Roof A Cool Roof With Asphalt Shingles

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If you need or want to update your roof, you should consider investing in shingles. There are many great things about roof shingles. One the top of the list are the facts that it is energy efficient and affordable at the same time. This article will explain what you should look for if you are going to change the shingles on your residential roof. Cool Roofs As you are researching roof shingles, you will often hear the term cool roofs. Read More»

Tactics To Prevent Tree Damage To Your Roof

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Trees may provide shade and look nice on your property, but they can be a major enemy to the roof. Everything from a falling branch to a collection of fall leaves could be the harbinger of a major repair. Preventative measures can help you enjoy both your trees and a sound roof. Prevention Tactic #1: Keep Them Trimmed The most obvious cause of roof damage is a broken limb puncturing the roof or knocking loose the shingles, but even an intact, rubbing branch can cause major damage. Read More»

Spring Is Almost Here! Is Your Roof Ready?

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Winter will soon be coming to a close! At this point, there’s no telling what the harsh conditions of the last several months have done to your roof. Once the snow melts and it’s safe to climb a ladder, you can finally inspect your roof and get started on some necessary maintenance. Clear Debris Debris tends to build up on rooftops and in gutters during the cold, windy winter. This is especially true of homes located on properties where nearby trees drop leaves at the end of the fall. Read More»