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EPDM Rubber Roof Installation Tips

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EPDM rubber roofs are flexible. This makes them ideal for use on buildings that have uniquely-shaped roofs. The fact that they come as single-ply membranes means that they don’t have seams and joints. This, in addition to the fact that they are strong and durable, makes them ideal for use on flat roofs that are usually susceptible to water leaks. EPDM rubber roofs being easy to install and inexpensive to maintain simply makes them irresistible as far as using them as commercial roofing materials is concerned. Read More»

Using Standing-Seam Metal For Your Commercial Building

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When you’re having a commercial building constructed, you have a lot of decisions to make. Your roof is one of the most important structures to think about, as it will protect everything in the building. Not only that, but it’s one of the first things that people will see as they drive or walk up to the property. Standing-seam metal might be a great choice for your building’s roof; here are three reasons for that. Read More»

Important Things to Consider When Switching Roofing Materials

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Do you have a roof that is nearing the end of its life? Are you thinking about changing to a different type of shingle? While it is possible to change from one material to another when you’re having your roof done, there are more issues than simply picking out a color and texture that you like. Before you get too far with your plans, it’s a good idea to consult with a local roofing company as to how feasible your plans are. Read More»

Time-Tested Tips For Inspecting And Maintaining A Commercial Building's Roof

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To avoid major repair bills for your commercial building’s roof, it is important that you stay on top of its inspections and maintenance. By regularly inspecting the roof and maintaining it by fixing any small problems as you find them, you can greatly increase the life of the roof and save your company a lot of money in the process. Follow these time-tested tips to inspect and maintain your commercial roof:  Read More»

Hailstorms And Rooftops ~ What Every Homeowner Needs To Know

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Some people do not realize that hailstorms can wreak havoc on a number of their possessions. This can cause some people to overlook damage to their homes because they get distracted by damage to other possessions such as vehicles. Perhaps you have never experienced hail damage, but it is a good idea to know what to look for if a hailstorm happens in your area. The following points will help you better understand the reality of hailstorms to rooftops. Read More»

Building a Shed? Know Your Roofing Options

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The shed in your backyard will need to have a roof just like your home does. However, you may not necessarily need the exact same type of roofing material that you use for your home. There are different roofing material options no matter what your budget is. By understanding what they are, you can select the material that will work best for you. Roofing Felt Need a low-budget option? A cheap roofing material you can use is roofing felt. Read More»

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»