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3 Ways Your Roof Protects Your Home and Family

3 Ways Your Roof Protects Your Home and Family

It's pretty easy to see that your roof is a big part of your home's exterior, but do you know its purpose? It plays a more significant role than you might think in the safety, protection, and comfort of your home. Some of the information below might surprise you!...

How to Spot Roof Leaks

How to Spot Roof Leaks

Roof leaks are a nasty consequence of roof damage. In most cases, roof leaks are caused by missing or damaged shingles, which lets water enter the roof system and, eventually, the inside of your home. Roof leaks develop slowly - some can take 2-4 years to show - and...

3 Common Winter Roofing Problems to Watch Out For

3 Common Winter Roofing Problems to Watch Out For

Common winter roof problems can be made much worse by the constant freezing and thawing of winter activity. And while it can be hazardous to handle roofing problems during the winter, waiting until spring can make the existing problem worse. Request an inspection now...

5 Big Reasons You Shouldn’t Wait to Fix Your Roof

5 Big Reasons You Shouldn’t Wait to Fix Your Roof

Waiting to fix a roof problem is like playing Russian Roulette - inevitable with no sense of timing. Even with small issues, it's only a matter of time before it becomes so big it affects the entire roof system and causes expensive repairs. Read on to learn how you...

Hail Damage Can Come Back To Haunt You

Hail Damage Can Come Back To Haunt You

People sometimes assume that hail damage to the roof of their home would be obvious and appear right away. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Some damage, such as curling, punctures, and blisters, might not show up until several weeks or months after a...

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...

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