Rooftop Tips

5th Oct
roof replacement

How Often Do You Need A Roof Replacement?

As the saying goes, a man’s home is his castle. We tend to think of our houses as solid structures that will last forever, but as every homeowner has discovered, this is invariably not the case. Homes need constant maintenance, and if you live in a place where violent storms are the norm, you may find yourself having to consider…

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1st Oct
attic ventilation

Why Is Attic Ventilation Important?

Attic ventilation allows your home to breathe and helps to push hot air out and pull the cool air in. Read on to learn more about what attic ventilation is and its importance. How Does Attic Ventilation Work? There are different types of attic ventilation like active and passive. Active ventilation offers indoor air circulation with the help of mechanical…

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24th Sep

Creative Rooftop Garden Ideas

Due to limited amounts of space, highly populated cities don’t always allow for the luxury of a garden or patio. Here’s an option you may not have considered: create your own rooftop gardens. It’s an ingenious solution for people looking to make the most of a small space, grow their own food, while also adding a touch of beauty and…

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17th Sep
roof

The Benefits Of Installing Solar Panels on Your Roof

Roof-top solar panels make a great addition to any home. Solar panels are not just environmentally friendly, but they also help you save money in the long run. As the cost of using solar power continues to go down each year, more and more Americans are choosing to switch over. In 2020, solar panel installations had record growth in the…

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24th Aug
Residential Roofing

Residential Roofing: Our Favorite Styles

Your residential roofing choice can make or break your home. There are many residential roofing styles to choose from and you’ll want to make sure it meets your needs. Whether you’re looking to replace your old roof that’s falling apart or building a new home, you’ll want to make sure that your roof style protects your home from harsh elements…

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17th Aug
quality roofing

What Quality Roofing Is Best For My Home?

Whether you’re looking for quality roofing for a new or existing home, it’s important to know which roofing materials are the best for your house. Read on to learn about the different types of roofing materials, however, this is not an extensive list. Asphalt (Composition) Shingles Shingles made of asphalt shingles have been a common type of roofing material, however,…

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10th Aug
Shingle Roof

Should I Upgrade My Shingle Roof?

As a homeowner, there are certain parts of your house that will require regular maintenance from time to time. One part of your home that’s easy to forget about is your roof. Though they are made to last for decades, your roof will require repairs through the years, which help avoid the need to replace it altogether. This is especially…

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26th Jul
metal roofing

New Clamp Technology Expands Wind Resistance for Metal Roofing

Metal roofing has become increasingly popular over the years. They are durable, affordable, and are available in a variety of colors. Unfortunately, another thing that has been increasing is strong winds! This increases the chances that your home’s metal roof will experience localized or total failure. The wind will tear it from its mountings, leaving your family and home exposed….

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16th Jul
Roof Safety

Everyday Roof Safety Tips

Your roof can be one of the most dangerous areas of your home. This is why roof safety is such an important factor when working with roofs. Around 50 roofing contractors are either injured or killed while on the job each year; falls make up three-fourths of these unfortunate accidents. There are many people that unfortunately still don’t follow modern…

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12th Jul
flat roof

Preparing Your Flat Roof For Hurricane Season

From the beginning of June to the end of November, hurricane season is threatening your flat roof. Every gust of wind is a chance for a tree branch to damage your roof or crack a skylight. Still, your roof isn’t helpless. There are some small and easy things you can do to prevent roof damage. The Potential Damage To A…

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