Three Financial Benefits You Can Gain From A Cool Roof

Posted on: 8 March 2016
If you're considering building a new commercial building with an eco-friendly roof or, perhaps, replacing your current roofing with some cooler material when its working life is over, you'll want to know all the pros and cons of the decision before coming down for or against the idea. Fortunately, a cool roof can actually help your business in a number of ways, some of them direct and others indirect. Many of the benefits of a cool roof will come from increased commercial gain and savings on expenses.
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Three Easy Ways To Spot Roof Problems

Posted on: 23 October 2015
Do you inspect your roof on a regular basis? If you're like most people, you probably don't check your roof for problems often. In fact, you probably don't even think about roof until there are easily noticeable problems. Unfortunately, by the time a roofing issue easily noticeable, it's typically a major problem, not an easy fix. So, you need to know how to make sure your roof is in good condition.
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What Are The Different Types Of Roofing Shingles For Residential Homes?

Posted on: 25 September 2015
Shingled roofing has been a popular type of home roofing for many years. It has many benefits to offer that make it both pleasing to the eye and an excellent choice for covering a roof. There are different types of shingled roofing and these are some of the most popular styles available on the market today. Asphalt Shingles  Asphalt shingles are a favorite type of roof covering of homeowners all over the world.
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Three Types Of Synthetic Roofing Materials To Replace Your Asphalt Shingles

Posted on: 22 July 2015
Synthetic roofing materials can be a great choice to replace your old asphalt shingles. These materials can look like anything from slate tiles to wood roofing shakes. Many of the synthetic materials available can provide your home with a durable roof and energy efficiency. Here are some choices you may want to consider for synthetic roofing materials on your home: 1. Synthetic Slate Materials For A Stone Look If you want to have the look of stone on your roof, slate can be a great choice.
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