Things To Consider When Replacing Your Roof With Metal

Posted on: 7 July 2021

If you currently have an asphalt, tile, or bitumen roof and you'd like to replace it with a metal roof, there are some things you need to know. Metal roofing can be better suited for one roof than for another, for instance. And you'll need to think about which options you'll take for the replacement, such as whether you'll build over your current roof or tear it off. Here are some of the considerations to keep in mind as you plan a metal roofing installation to replace your non-metal roof.
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Why a Metal Roof Can Be a Great Investment in Your Home

Posted on: 2 July 2021

Looking for the right roofing material for your home? Whether you're considering a new roof for an existing home or a new residential build, it's important to invest in the correct roof. The good news is that many different roofing companies offer a vast array of roofing options to choose from. Each of these options has specific advantages and disadvantages that must be carefully looked at before being installed.  One particular roof type that has taken the residential roofing market by storm is metal roofing.
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5 Types Of Roof Leaks

Posted on: 30 June 2021

Not all roof leaks are the same. There are five key areas where most roof leaks tend to form. 1. Shingle Leaks Shingle leaks are the type most people think of first. They can be caused due to shingle damage, such as that as a result of storm damage and cracks. Aging also contributes to shingle damage, as older shingles begin to deteriorate and curl upward, allowing water to seep beneath them.
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Ceiling Water Spots? 5 Roof Repair Steps to Follow!

Posted on: 29 June 2021

A leak in the roof is often first spotted inside the house when water spots or mold begins to develop on the ceiling.  1. Leak Detection The first step after spotting ceiling problems is to determine where the leak is actually coming from. In many cases, the leak won't be in the roof directly above the ceiling stain. This is because most roofs are pitched. Water leaks through the roof and then runs down a rafter or truss before dripping on your ceiling from the attic.
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