How To Repair Different Types Of Roof Flashing Damage

Posted on: 16 January 2019
If you have an asphalt shingle roof on your business, as many people do in the United States, then you need to make sure that your roof is protected from leaks. The flashing that is installed can greatly reduce the amount of water that can work its way underneath the shingles; however, the flashing can be damaged. Keep reading to learn about a few types of damage and how they can be repaired.
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Restore Or Replace Old Wood Siding: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 17 December 2018
Many older homes have wood siding. It is one of the most attractive types of siding when it is well maintained. However, when it is not maintained, it can quickly begin to look worn or even damaged, and homeowners might wonder if they need new siding because the wood siding looks so terrible. Sometimes, even siding that seems in terrible shape can be restored to look beautiful again. But other times, the siding actually is too damaged to restore, which means you need to consider other options.
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Maintenance Chores You Can Expect When You Get A Metal Roof

Posted on: 14 November 2018
If you're thinking about switching from asphalt roofing to metal roofing, then you may wonder how much maintenance the metal will need in coming years. Metal roofs are low-maintenance, so they don't need much care. They're also durable, which minimizes the need for repairs. Here's a look at some of the maintenance requirements your metal roof may need. Keep Leaves and Branches Cleared If trees are near your roof, be sure to trim the branches so they don't scrape the roof when the wind blows.
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4 Roofing Maintenance Tips To Help Prevent Damage Caused By Shade From Trees

Posted on: 22 October 2018
In areas with extreme heat during the summer months, having trees around your home can be beneficial to help keep things cool. These trees will also cause your home to require extra tree and roof maintenance to prevent damage. Here are some roof maintenance tips to help prevent trees from causing damage to your home. 1. Routine Pruning of Shade Trees to Protect Your Home and Tree Health If you want to protect your home from damage that can be caused by trees, then it is important to do routine maintenance.
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