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How To Detect If Your Roof Is Falling

How To Detect If Your Roof Is Falling

10/01/2015

Your roof is one of the most important parts of your house, and it fails, you will be in a world of hurt. You need to be aware of signs that your roof might be failing so you can get a roof contractor out to your property quickly to evaluate the problem.

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How To Ensure a Successful Roofing Project

How To Ensure a Successful Roofing Project

09/24/2015

Where do you start? Which Roof contractor to go for? How many bids should you make? If you are already worried in any way, the following steps can be a simple guide to complete your commercial roof repair project successfully.

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Evaluating Roof Damage After a Storm

Evaluating Roof Damage After a Storm

09/18/2015

Residential roofing needs to be carefully examined after a major storm passes. Wind, pounding rain, hail, and even wet and heavy snow, can cause severe damage to your roof.

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What Is Soffit and Why Is It Important to a House?

What Is Soffit and Why Is It Important to a House?

09/08/2015

Before winter arrives, having a home’s soffit replaced or repaired by a residential roofing company is essential to help keep a building warm and dry. Most homeowners do not understand what soffit is, but a roof contractor does and can determine if a residential roof repair is necessary to protect a building’s structural materials.

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Top 10 Roofing Tips: Avoid Common Roof Leaks

Top 10 Roofing Tips: Avoid Common Roof Leaks

08/31/2015

Avoid all activities that could bring harm to you, especially once the leaking has started. According to residential roof repair technicians, you should not fix the roof while it is raining, or snow cover is all over your roof. Do not be in a rush to fix as residential roofing experts warn it could lead to harm or injuries. Take the time to consider the best for your property, or hire a residential roofing contractor to fix the roof.

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Green Roof Benefits

Green Roof Benefits

08/18/2015

Green roofs can are roofs of a building that are completely or partially covered with a growing medium or vegetation. This is normally done over waterproofing material. A green commercial roof may also have additional layers such as irrigation systems, drainage and root barrier. There are several business and environmental benefits associated with getting a roof contractor to install a green roof.

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