Three Summer Maintenance Tips For Your Roof

13 June 2017
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Summer is a good time for home maintenance projects, but it's easy for homeowners to overlook one of the biggest parts of their home – the roof. However, including some summer roof maintenance in your list of home improvement projects over the summer will help extend the life of your roof, saving you damage that could result in expensive repairs or even the need to replace your roof before its time. Read More 

Recommendations To Help You Keep Your Roof And Its Drainage System Working Well

10 May 2017
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Your home roof keeps your home's contents and your family safe from the elements, and it needs to be well maintained to keep it working well. After a stormy winter of ice and snow build-up, it is a good idea to check the integrity and condition of your roof and its components to make sure your roof is working properly and water can drain appropriately from your roof through its drain system. Read More 

Two Roofing Problems You May Be Overlooking

10 March 2016
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When most people think of their roofs, the state of the shingles and gutters is usually what first comes to mind first. While it is important to keep an eye on these things, there are other parts of the roof that don't receive as much attention and can cause significant problems down the line because of this neglect. Here are two roofing issues you may unintentionally be overlooking. Soffit Damage Read More 

Roof Leak Repair Tips - How To Inspect And Fix A Loose Or Damaged Ridge Cap

29 September 2015
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If you have an asphalt roof that is leaking, then you may inspect the entire surface for missing shingles or noticeable holes. While these are two of the most obvious places to start, there could be many other areas where a leak can occur. If you have already looked for roof holes or openings, then start looking at the ridge cap that is located on the very peak of the roof and make repairs if there is a need. Read More 

Inspecting Your Roof After A Storm

3 October 2014
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Storms can cause serious damage to your home, especially your roof. It is important to always inspect your roof for damage after a storm because even a minor dent could cause a leak, leading to more problems. Check out these six tips to help you safely examine your roof after a storm. Look Around the Ground and in the Gutter It is not advisable to climb onto your roof during the inspection. Read More