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4 Things To Consider Before Replacing Your Home's Roof

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Roofs are one of the most important parts of a home, but they will eventually reach the end of their lifespan and need to be replaced. Replacing your roof is not a small financial investment, so it is important to be informed and prepared. Understanding the process of having your roof replaced can go a long way. If you're planning on having a roof replacement in the near future, consider the following things:

18 April 2018

3 Things You Should Know About Vinyl Siding

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If you are getting ready to replace the siding on your home, and you are thinking about putting vinyl siding on our home, you want to make sure that you understand as much as possible about the material you will be putting on your home. 1. Vinyl Siding Is Made of Polyvinyl Chloride Vinyl siding is made out of polyvinyl chloride, which is more commonly known as PVC. Modern vinyl siding has two different layers.

25 March 2018

3 Of The Best Roofing Materials

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If you need to make structural repairs to the roof deck, it may also be a smart time to invest in a new roofing material. That is, if you are, you have to have a professional roofing contractor come to your house and remove parts of your roof to access and repair the deck, it might be the opportune time to install a brand new material that will modernize your roof.

25 March 2018

4 Reasons To Restore Your Office Building's Roof

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Is your office building's roof looking a little old and worn? Here are a few good reasons to consider having it professionally restored: Maintain Optimal Curb Appeal A great reason to have your office building's roof professionally restored is to maintain an attractive curb appeal that will impress customers when they pull up and make employees feel like they're working in a safe environment. Investing in restorations will give your roof a new look and feel without having to make expensive replacements.

17 March 2018

The Perks Of Synthetic Roofing

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Do you want to remodel your roof? If you are thinking about replacing your current roof material and doing some work on your deck to fix any leaking problems, it's going to be a sizable monetary investment. But, it could be well worth it. Roof replacement can not only increase the value of your property but also reduce your monthly utility bills. Roof replacement can make it cheaper to live in your home, while also increasing the value of your home in the long run.

5 March 2018

2 Signs Your Commercial Building's Flat Roof Is Damaged

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If you own and operate a business with a flat roof, you may suspect that it may have been damaged either by recent inclement weather or the wearing down of time. If so, look for the following signs that your building's flat roof has sustained damage and may not be fully up to local commercial code. Blistering or Bubbling on the Roof While walking around on the building's roof, look for any signs of blistering or bubbling under the surface of the roofing material.

24 February 2018

Protecting Your New Replacement Windows After They're Installed

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Replacement windows are windows that are installed either after your other windows were damaged, or because your old windows needed updating. Either way, you are going to want to do all you can to protect your new windows. If you live in a very rough neighborhood, it becomes even more important to protect your windows. Here are some options. Bullet-Proof Glass Shields The reality of living in a rough neighborhood is that you will have the occasional bullet flying.

9 February 2018

Tired Of Annual, Small Roofing Repairs? Know When It's Time To Upgrade

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If you keep patching and repairing the old roof on your home, and these small repairs are starting to add up, you have to be ready to evaluate if you should keep the roof and do repairs, or if it's time to upgrade your home's roof. Here are some of the things that you want to consider, if you're having a hard time figuring out what is the most practical choice.

30 January 2018

3 Things To Know About Working With Your Insurance Company To Fix Up Your Roof

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Your homeowner's insurance company is not going to cover regular maintenance to your roof. However, if your roof is damaged in a storm, your homeowner's insurance company will help you pay to fix up your roof. If you suspect that your roof was damaged in a recent storm, you need to contact your insurance company and file a claim, find a roofing contractor, pay your deductible, and make sure your roofing contractor gets paid.

19 January 2018

3 Signs That Your Roof Needs To Be Replaced

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Have you recently purchased a home? Are you starting to suspect that the roof is older than you were told during the purchase negotiations? As a roof gets older, it becomes more and more likely that it will need to be replaced in the near future. Although a roof may last for decades, it is also possible for a roof to age prematurely and need to be replaced sooner than it would normally.

9 January 2018