Keeping Your Roof In Decent Shape

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Keeping Your Roof In Decent Shape

After listening to a few friends of mine complain about the cost of replacing their roof, I realized that I should make sure that my own roof was in decent shape. I climbed up on a ladder to see if I could see the shingles, and things weren't looking very pretty. Some patches of shingles were missing entirely, while others looked badly damaged. Fortunately, I caught the damage early enough that experts could patch up the issues. However, since roofing damage isn't always obvious, I decided to put up this website so that others can spot trouble of their own.

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Considering Daylighting For Your Roof? Know Your Options

13 December 2015
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When you decide that you want to redo your roof, one of the options you may be considering is installing some form of daylights in your roof. Daylighting is a roofing option that allows you to use natural light from the sun to brighten your home and make it feel more open, spacious, and unique in the process. Get to know more about the different styles of daylighting that you can use in your roofing design and create an entirely new-looking and -feeling living space in no time. Read More …

Why An EPDM Roof Is A Good Choice For Your Commercial Building

12 December 2015
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If you're planning a new building for your commercial operation, one thing you have to consider is the type of roof you'll install. Since commercial buildings are usually large and have flat or low-slope roofs, a typical shingle roof is not suitable. Instead, you may want to consider an EPDM roof. This is a rubber material made from ethylene, propylene, and diene monomer. Here's why it's a good choice for commercial buildings. Read More …

What Can You Do About An Ice Dam In The Middle Of Winter?

11 December 2015
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Ice dams form when melting snow on the top of the roof dribbles down to the eaves and re-freezes. When this happens, a traffic jam of ice begins to take shape. Some of this ice takes the shape of icicles hanging over the side of the home, while the rest of the ice backs up onto the roof and under the shingles. Eventually, that ice melts into the attic, causing water damage. Read More …

How To Keep Yourself Safe While Removing Shingles From Your Roof

11 December 2015
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If you are preparing to remove the shingles from your roof on your own without the help of a contractor, you need to make sure that you keep yourself safe while you are working away on top of your roof. Here are a few tips to help you keep yourself safe while removing shingles. Start By Dressing For The Job The first thing you need to do is dress appropriately for the job that you will be doing. Read More …

Rebuilding And Enhancing Vinyl Siding After Hurricane Season

10 December 2015
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Vinyl siding is a wonderful building material that protects underlying materials and can create a new, vibrant look upon installation. Unfortunately, the upkeep can be difficult if you're in an area prone to hurricanes and tornadoes. Sure, your vinyl siding won't be ripped off every single storm season, but it's best to know a few installation, repair and maintenance concepts just to be safe as you wait for roofers and choose different siding materials. Read More …