Understanding Some Of The Pros And Cons Of Choosing An Aluminum Roof

Posted on: 3 August 2017
If you want a metal roof placed on your home, then you may be surprised that there are several options available to you. While steel is often the "go to" material for metal roofing, it is not always the best choice. Aluminum may actually be a bit better for your home. If you want to know about some of the pros and cons of this material, then keep reading.  Pro - It Is Resistant to Corrosion and Lightweight
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Own A House With A Metal Roof? Here's What You Need To Know

Posted on: 28 July 2017
Metal roofing is ideal in warm climates because it reflects the sun's heat. This can help keep the costs of cooling the home minimal as compared to a home with an asphalt shingled roof, which absorbs heat. In fact, a metal roof can save 25 percent of the homeowner's energy costs. Another reason metal roofing is ideal in warm climates is because it provides a durable barrier to the environmental forces of nature, particularly strong wind and heavy rain.
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Did Hail Just Rain Down On Your Roof? Why You Need To Inspect It For Damage

Posted on: 26 July 2017
A hail storm isn't a pleasant event, especially because of the damage it can cause to your home's roof. It's possible that hail can cause extensive damage that will need to be repaired, and in some situations, cause the need for premature roof replacement. The hail may have been small but that does not mean the damage is as well. Consider getting a professional roof inspection after it hails for the following reasons.
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Rashes Popping Up On A Child's Skin? A Fireplace May Be To Blame

Posted on: 21 July 2017
Fireplaces are a great decoration in a home, but they can be a health hazard if they are left unclean. Unfortunately, a large number of children suffer from rashes caused by fireplaces. Here is what parents need to know about this problem and how a chimney sweep can help. Rashes Can Be A Sign Of Creosote Buildup Children who are developing rashes on the skin may be exposed to high levels of what is known as creosote.
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