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New Year, New… Roof?

New Year, New… Roof?

A new year brings an opportunity to start fresh, especially when it comes to your home! While some home repair projects are super obvious (like plumbing or AC), problems on the outside of your home are not! A home's roof is one area prone to homeowner neglect. After...

Pay Zero for Your New Roof (in the Long Run!)

Pay Zero for Your New Roof (in the Long Run!)

Often, when homeowners opt for renovations around the home, it is with the hope of making upgrades they have dreamed about implementing. Many of those same homeowners may assume that the improvements will pay off by increasing the value of their home. Unfortunately,...

How A New Roof Can Save You Money

How A New Roof Can Save You Money

A new roof can average of over $10,000, making it one of the more expensive home improvement tasks. However, don't let the cost scare you! There are several ways that your new roof could put the cash back in your pocket. Here's how: 1. A New Roof Increases Protection...

Should You Hire A Hail Damage Expert?

Should You Hire A Hail Damage Expert?

If there has been a hail storm in your area recently, your roof may have sustained significant damage. However, that damage might not be visible to the naked eye. It is definitely in your best interest to hire a hail damage expert to inspect your roofing system to...

TPO vs. EPDM. What’s Right For Your Building?

TPO vs. EPDM. What’s Right For Your Building?

Unlike residential roofing, commercial roofing generally involves flat roofing systems, because they cover a much larger area than residential roofs typically do. While some types of shingle roofing systems are prevalent for residential roofs, it's not generally...

A Costly Colorado Hailstorm and Your Insurance Rates

A Costly Colorado Hailstorm and Your Insurance Rates

Hail: it can be a minor and brief nuisance and a weather curiosity. Most of the time, hail melts quickly and may cause very minor damage. It can last just long enough to take a picture or to hold in one’s hand. Usually hail, which is frozen rain, can measure from 0.2...

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