Wooden Roofing: A Better Option Than It Sounds

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Wooden roofing might not sound like a good idea at first. Wood absorbs moisture, and what about termites? Won't they just chew through the roof, causing leaks? Well... not exactly. Wooden roofs are a much better choice than you might assume, largely because they are made from cedar, a coniferous wood with some unique properties. Here's a closer look at why cedar works so well on a roof top. Cedar oils are unappealing to insects.

30 November 2017

3 Tips To Help You When Installing A New Roof On Your Home

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Eventually, roofing needs to be replaced, which may be due to various causes, such as wear, storm damage or other causes. When you are roofing becomes worn, there are many options for installing a new roof, such as doing energy improvements and changing materials. Here are some tips that will help you when installing a new roof on your home: 1. Recognizing When It Is Time to Have a New Roof Installation Done

19 November 2017

A Basic Guide Repairing Damaged Wooden Roof Shingle

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Roofing materials can get damaged in a number of ways. Small splits in wood shingles, peeling up asphalt tiles, or cracked clay tile roofs can all be small problems at first. However, in each case, the problem becomes much more severe if you leave it alone. It is always better to fix the problem as soon as you discover it. Of course, roofing issues often get missed because you don't actually see your roof on a daily basis.

8 November 2017

4 Roof Questions To Ask Yourself Before Winter Hits

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The transition from autumn to winter warms the hearts of many who look forward to cozy nights around the fire or the cheer of winter holidays. But your seasonal tranquility could hit a major snag if you discover too late that your roof wasn't as ready to greet Old Man Winter as you were. Before you settle down to welcome the change of seasons, make sure you've asked yourself the following four critical questions about the state of your roof.

27 October 2017

Do You Have Small Roofing Leaks But No Budget To Replace The Roof? What To Do

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If you have noticed a small leak in your roof that has asphalt shingles, and you don't have the money to replace the entire roof, there are some things you will want to consider. The roofing contractor can talk with you about your different options for repair and some options that can prevent this from becoming a problem in the future that are still within your budget. You want to call a professional roofing company that specializes in repairs and have them assess your damages and give you the estimated cost for the following things.

17 October 2017

Dealing With A Roof After A Hailstorm

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Was there large pieces of ice hitting your roof during a recent hailstorm? Did you perform an inspection to make there the ice didn't cause any damage? You might be making a big mistake by not finding out if the hail caused damage, as even minor damage can eventually lead to reconstruction being needed. For instance, if the hail knocked off one shingle, it is wise to get it replaced. Take a look at the information below to learn about hail damaged roofs.

5 October 2017

3 Keys To Caring For Your Commercial Roof

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Your commercial building requires some hands-on, consistent, tender loving care. The only way to get this is through diligent awareness and by hiring the help of commercial roofing services that can look out for you. To be sure that you're able to keep your commercial roof at its best over the years, you'll want to follow the guidelines presented in this article. Read on and apply these tips so that you get the most out of your commercial roof:

26 September 2017