2017

Have you recently purchased a fixer-upper in a desirable neighborhood? Perhaps, you’re trying to what renovation project to tackle at your new place first. If the roof on your fixer-upper is old or damaged, consider hiring a professional roofer to replace it sooner rather than later. Replacing a worn roof can protect your home from water damage and potentially harmful mold. Investing in a stylish, new roof will also likely improve the appearance of the exterior of your house. On this blog, I hope you will discover the most common tasks roofers complete when installing a new roof on a home. Enjoy!

2017

Repair Your Garage’s Rooftop If Several Asphalt Shingles Are Loose

10 July 2017
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If a hurricane caused several asphalt shingles to loosen from your garage's rooftop and rainwater has been entering the garage and posing a threat to the structure's interior and the items stored inside of the building, complete the following steps to make the necessary repairs: Materials weighted drop cloths safety harness extension ladder nail pulling tool sponge bucket of soapy water handheld scrub brush water hose adjustable nozzle roofing cement narrow paintbrush asphalt shingles nail driver rust resistant roofing nails Remove Damaged Roofing Materials
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How To Paint Aluminum Gutters

28 June 2017
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Aluminum gutters have a number of benefits over other types of gutter systems. They are lightweight, immune to rust and mold growth, and extremely durable, allowing them to continue to drain water away from your roof and home despite excessive long term weather exposure. However, one of the lesser touted benefits associated with aluminum gutters is the fact that they can be painted to customize the appearance of the exterior of your home.
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4 Reasons To Replace Your Old Rooftop With Metal Roofing

23 June 2017
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If you're tired of repairing leaks and cracks in your old worn out roof, consider replacing it altogether with a metal roofing option. Here are several great reasons to do so: Save on Energy Expenses Because metal roofing reflects solar heat, you can expect to save up to 25 percent on your cooling costs throughout the year, which can add up quickly. And because you'll be using your air conditioner less often, your HVAC system will see less wear and tear overall and you will likely have to deal with less repairs as time goes on.
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Roof Leaking? 3 Common Problems To Look For

15 June 2017
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If you've noticed wet spots, or mold on the ceiling in your home, you've got a leaky roof. While you will need to take care of the problem right away, leaks don't necessarily mean that you need to have your roof replaced. In fact, there are quite a few minor issues that can cause your roof to leak. Before you start budgeting for a new roof, take a few minutes to try and isolate the cause of your leaky roof.
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Neglecting Your Roof? Here’s What You Can Expect

8 June 2017
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Having the label of homeowner does come with a certain level of responsibility – you must protect your investment. Negligence when it comes to maintenance opens the door to costly, and sometimes dangerous, consequences. Your roof is no exception. If you're aren't taking care of your roof like you should, here are just some of the concerns you can expect.  Greater Energy Bills Poor roof maintenance can lead to higher energy bills.
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Amazing Advantages of Installing a New Roof on Your Home

Have you recently purchased a fixer-upper in a desirable neighborhood? Perhaps, you’re trying to what renovation project to tackle at your new place first. If the roof on your fixer-upper is old or damaged, consider hiring a professional roofer to replace it sooner rather than later. Replacing a worn roof can protect your home from water damage and potentially harmful mold. Investing in a stylish, new roof will also likely improve the appearance of the exterior of your house. On this blog, I hope you will discover the most common tasks roofers complete when installing a new roof on a home. Enjoy!

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