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How To Spot Storm Damage On Your Roof

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Some storm damage is really easy to spot. When you have a massive chunk of shingles missing from your roof, it is really easy to determine that your roof is damaged. However, the damage is not always that easy to spot and see after a storm has passed through your area. Here are a few less-obvious signs of storm damage to watch out for on your roof. Clogged & Loose Gutters Read More»

When A Tornado Takes Your Roof: What To Do Next

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Summer is notorious for weird weather – specifically tornadoes. Here is a phenomenon that requires really hot weather to suddenly mix with really cool air, and then the winds pick up speed and it is an instant cyclone. Most people in tight-knit suburban communities do not have to worry about tornadoes because the houses and buildings break up wind speed. It is only where houses are out in the open and spread out that people have to worry. Read More»

3 Reasons To Consider A Metal Roof For Your Home

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If your home has a “traditional” asphalt shingle roof that is in need of replacement, then you’re probably in the process of contacting local roofing companies for quotes. Before you decide to replace your existing roof with the exact same thing, however, it’s a good idea to consider some of the other options available to you. These days, for example, metal roofing is becoming an increasingly popular option among homeowners–and for good reason! Read More»

3 Great Material Options To Consider When Re-Roofing Your Home

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If your roof is in bad shape, it may be time for a replacement. There are many great materials you can consider today as a homeowner. These three in particular should be considered because of the many benefits they provide.  Standing-Seam Metal As a homeowner, you shouldn’t have to worry about replacing your roof often. In addition to the stress of replacing a roof, these replacements can be costly. You won’t have to worry about regular replacements, fortunately, when you opt to install a standing-seam metal roof. Read More»