Why Wood Is A Prime Roofing Material

Posted on: 30 November 2017
Choosing the best product for your roof replacement can be overwhelming but exciting. You have the opportunity to choose a material that is going to drastically improve how your home looks. You can modernize your exterior and make your house more energy efficient if you choose the right product. Of course, there is no right or wrong product when it comes to style; you want to choose something that fits well with your exterior walls.
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How To Care For A Flat Roof

Posted on: 30 November 2017
Does your new home have a flat roof? If so, you may not know kind of maintenance has to be done to it when compared to a traditional pitched roof. By knowing a few simple tips, you'll help prevent problems from forming that can lead to an unnecessary repair: Perform a Fall Cleaning It is important to have your roof cleaned when fall is starting to wind down. It is likely that organic debris like leaves have collected on the roof, which will cause problems by not allowing water to evaporate underneath it.
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Ice Dams And Roof Repairs In Winter: Why Prevention Is A Better Idea

Posted on: 15 November 2017
Ice dams are the direct result of bizarre weather in winter. First you get a major blizzard, then you get fifty-degree days that melt the snow. Then everything freezes up again and gets stuck in the eaves troughs and becomes a massive chunk of ice. While fascinating and pretty to see, these ice dams wreak havoc on your roof. You may even be faced with roof repair in the middle of winter.
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Is There A Blizzard In Your Future? How To Protect Your Roof This Winter

Posted on: 13 November 2017
Winter is on its way. If you've already seen a few snow flurries, now's the time to get your roof ready for the full-blown snowstorms. Weather forecasts are calling for a snowy winter, which means you may be in store for a few blizzards. If that happens, you could be looking at unexpected roof damage, especially if you don't take steps to protect your roof. Here are some methods you can use to prevent damage to your roof during winter blizzards:
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