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Everything You Need To Know About Your Mossy Roof

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As a homeowner, you know the importance of keeping your roof healthy. If you live anywhere where the climate can be damp or humid, you may notice dots of green moss on your shingles. Before you panic and start throwing bleach or lemon juice all over, realize that while you should remove the moss, there’s no need to fret. Why is Moss Bad? Moss in itself isn’t bad, but the effects it can have are. Read More»

5 Early Warning Signs Your Roof May Develop A Leak

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Many people wrongly assume that they can’t do anything to prevent their roof from leaking. However, your roof generally gives you a few warnings before it starts to leak. Here are five early warning signs you need to look for this summer to make sure that your roof does not develop a leak. If you notice or spot any of these signs on your roof or in your home, you need to call a roofing contractor to come in and assist you right away. Read More»

Securing A Tarp on A Leaky Roof

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For one reason or another, you may have a leaking roof. Sometimes, it can be difficult to get the leaks repaired on your roof. As a temporary solution, adding a tarp to your roof can help keep the water out of your home and prevent more extensive damage. But, first you will want to find the leaks and then add the tarp. Here are some tips to help you find the leaks on your roof and cover them temporarily with a tarp: Read More»

Three Tips To Help You Get The Most Out Of Your Wood Siding Installation

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If you want to have new siding installed on your home, wood can be a great choice. It is also a type of siding that will require care and maintenance to get the most life out of it. With the right care and a few repairs, though, your siding can last for decades without replacement. If you want to get more life out of your wood siding, here are some tips to help you with the installation of new wood siding for your home. Read More»

Eco-Friendly Roofing Choices

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When it’s time to replace your roof, taking the environment into consideration can be both good for your wallet and the earth.The options available today include using recycled roofing materials as well as the use of light-reflecting colors to reduce home cooling costs and reduce the ecological footprint of your home. Read on for the top roofing methods to save money, energy and be earth friendly. Cool Roofs Traditional dark-colored asphalt shingles do nothing to reflect heat off your roof; they actually adsorb the heat and pass it on to your interior spaces and then out into the atmosphere. Read More»