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How many different kinds of roofs can you spot on the houses on your street? A few decades ago, you may have only seen shingle roofs, perhaps with the occasional slate roof mixed in. But these days, there are more kinds of roofing on the market. Metal roofs are becoming common because they can be made from recycled materials. Tile is a popular choice because it lasts a lot longer than other roofing materials. And then there are some roofers who install rubber roofs because they're smooth and easy to install. Learn more about roofs of all types on this blog.

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Why Fixing Minor Issues With Your Shingle Roof Is Critical

If you have a shingle roof, you should routinely check the condition of your roof so that you can address minor problems before they become major problems. Even relatively small vulnerabilities in your roof can cause extensive damage or be a safety concern. Exploiting Minor Problems You may not think of small cracks or other imperfections in your roof as leading to water damage, but it does. When water can make it under the shingles or waterproofing, there is a considerable risk of water damage. Read More 

The Importance Of A Good Home Rain Gutter Installation For Your Property

The gutters on your home have a big job. Gutters bring rainwater off of the roof, along the length of the gutter, and through the downspout to bring water away from your property. Without a good home rain gutter system in place, you can cause significant damage to the foundation, landscaping, and interior of your home. If you have a gutter system that is not working properly, it's necessary to have the system inspected to see if you need a new gutter installation instead. Read More 

4 Things That Signify Damage On Your Metal Roofing

If you want a durable roofing material for your home, a metal roof is an ideal choice. But like other roofing systems, metal roofs undergo wear and tear after several years of use. That is because of exposure to the changing weather elements. Besides that, metal roof damage can result from neglected maintenance. This article looks at some warning signs that your metal roof needs the attention of a professional roofer. Read More 

Tips For Identifying Hail Damage On Your Roof

After a big storm, you might notice some strange dents and dimples on your roof. Those are likely signs of hail damage. If you have a concern, it's important to inspect your roof as soon as possible after the storm in order to identify any potential hail damage before it has time to worsen. Here are some tips for inspecting your roof for hail damage. Spot Shingle Damage Look for fractured, cracked, or missing shingles. Read More 

Choosing A Deck Builder: Things To Consider

Having a deck added to your home can make your yard and space so much more usable. A deck is the perfect place to grill with friends, relax and read a book, or simply sit and watch nature in your backyard. The first step to having a deck built is, of course, choosing someone to build the deck. How do you go about that? Well, you start by making a list of potential deck builders you might want to hire, and then you compare them. Read More