3 Indications That It's Time To Replace Your Roof

Posted on: 17 June 2017
Are you struggling with the question of whether or not to repair your roof or to have it completely replaced? Following are three strong indications that total replacement may be in order.  The Age of Your Roof  Roofs made from asphalt shingles generally don't last more than 20 years. Even though asphalt is fairly low maintenance, there's no real way to make it last longer or to revitalize it once it begins to show serious signs of wear and tear.
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The Sky Is Falling, The Sky Is Falling: 10 Ways To Get Ready For Noisy, Messy Roof Installation

Posted on: 12 June 2017
Having a new roof installed may mean your house is going to look like a million bucks, but during installation, it will literally feel like the sky is falling. Take the following steps to make sure you, your family, and your valuable property are all ready for this major event to take place: 1. Don't Plan On Parking In Your Driveway Your roofers will likely need firm ground to park a dumpster on, meaning you may have to sacrifice part or all of your driveway until they finish the roof.
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Four Roofing Factors That Greatly Impact The Overall Cost Of Your Boathouse

Posted on: 2 June 2017
When you have a boathouse built, there are a lot of factors that can greatly impact the overall cost of the build. Many homeowners's do not realize that the roof is one area that can cause the costs to skyrocket very quickly. The guide below walks you through four roofing factors that can cause the overall cost of your boathouse to be through the roof. The Shape of the Roof
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4 Subtle Signs Your Old Shingled Roof Is In Danger Of Leaking

Posted on: 25 May 2017
At first glance, you may not see any damage to your home's shingled roof. However, you may still wonder if the old roof has sustained damage that is not immediately visible. If so, look for the following subtle signs that your old shingled roof may be in danger of starting to leak. Test Shingles From Different Areas On Your Roof One sign that your shingles may start breaking and letting water into your home is their pliability.
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