Debris and Your Roof

Posted on: 7 June 2021

 A clean roof doesn't just look nice, it is also less likely to develop premature leaks or suffer avoidable punctures. Roof debris can come from a variety of sources but they all have one thing in common — debris causes roof damage. Types of Debris Debris typically comes from nearby trees. Leaves, twigs, and full-size branches are the most common types of debris to collect on a roof. Debris can also blow onto the roof, particularly in windy areas, so other items in the yard can end up as roof debris.
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The Common Residential Roofing Problems You Should Always Watch Out For

Posted on: 3 June 2021

Your residential roof is an essential system that you should never take for granted as a homeowner. When renovating the other parts of your house, you should never forget to inspect the condition of your roof. When neglected, the minor roof issues, such as cracking, may go unnoticed for a long time, which will allow them to worsen and become costly to repair. However, with timely roof inspections and repairs, your roofing system will remain structurally sound for a long time, which will increase energy efficiency in your home and protect your loved ones from the elements.
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Six Misconceptions About New Roof Installations

Posted on: 2 June 2021

Getting a new roof installation done when necessary is important for maintaining the condition of a home. Unfortunately, homeowners sometimes delay new roof installations because of a few common misconceptions.  The following are six misconceptions about new roof installations.  You have to remove your existing roof to have a new roof installed A lot of homeowners don't like the idea of having a new roof installed because they don't want their home to be left exposed and without a roof during installation.
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When A Roof Repair Is An Emergency

Posted on: 28 May 2021

Not all roof issues must be addressed immediately. Sometimes you have time to call around and develop a repair plan. In other cases, though, a prompt repair is necessary. There Is an Active Leak The most obvious emergency is when there is water actively leaking into your home from the roof. This is especially true if more moisture or stormy weather is expected, as prolonged leaking will cause the damage to only become worse over time.
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