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Removing Unsightly Moss From Your Asphalt Shingled Rooftop

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If you have a roof composed of asphalt shingles, and you noticed there are areas with green moss growing on or between them, you will most likely want to remove this in its entirety to improve the appearance of your home. Moss occurs when excessive moisture is present and can lead to damage to your shingles, which in turn can lead to leaking into your house. Here are some tips you can use in removing this substance in its entirety and some ways you can keep it from returning in the future. Read More»

Reducing Interior Moisture During The Winter To Preserve Roof Intergrity

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Roofs are vulnerable to condensation at any time, but the winter season makes them especially susceptible to condensation-related damage. The condensation can form large water droplets that can drip into your house and cause damage. Apart from that, the condensed water can also encourage mold growth, decay, and rust. Therefore, it’s important to reduce the level of moisture in your house when the winter starts. Here are four ways in which you can do that: Read More»

Stop Animals And Debris From Clogging The Vent Pipes On Your Roof

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Just about every home has one or two vent pipes sticking out of the roof. When someone flushes the toilet in your home, a vent pipe helps to push air down the pipes to create venting so that the water can easily be pushed all the way down into your septic system. The only problem with these vent pipes is there are times when animals can clog them or debris can get into them. Read More»

Five Common Metal Roof Repairs

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Metal roofing offers a lot of advantages over other types of roofing materials. It’s attractive, very durable, impervious to water and insect damage, and fire resistant. However, metal roofing isn’t indestructible. It is likely that your metal roofing will need a few repairs over the course of its long lifespan. Common metal roofing repairs 1. Loose nails and leaky seams. While metal roofing panels are waterproof, the seams are vulnerable to leaks. Read More»

Four Reasons To Replace Your Roof With An Eco-Friendly Cool Roof

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Whether you’re about to have a roof replacement or whether you’re planning far into the future, now is a great time to start thinking about whether you’ll make the switch to a cool roof and save money and energy over the years. But as a homeowner you may wonder if the advantages of such a roof will make up for the disadvantages of higher-priced materials and having fewer contractors to choose from. Read More»