2017

Filing An Insurance Claim For A New Roof? Follow These Tips

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If your roof has sustained substantial damage in a storm or other natural disaster, there's a good chance your homeowner's insurance policy will cover the cost of a roof replacement. However, there are some things you'll want to make sure of when filing the claim to guarantee your claim is approved. Here's a look: Have a professional assess the damage immediately. Once you know your roof has been damaged, contact a local roofing contractor and have them come examine the roof structure as soon as possible.

15 September 2017

Six Important Considerations That Need To Be Taken Into Account In The Construction Of A Flat Roof

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A flat roof needs to be well designed and properly constructed to function effectively. Flat roofs can be ideal for certain structures for a variety of reasons, but some basic errors in their construction could compromise their integrity and lead to damage to the structure below. The following are six important considerations that need to be taken into account in the construction of a flat roof: The exact applications of the flat roof

6 September 2017

2 Things You Can Do to Check Your Roof for Hail Damage

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While you may not think about hail all that much, it can do a lot of damage. There are specifics when it comes to hail. That can include what size a piece of material has to be before it's considered to be hail as well as how fast hail can come down and hit your roof. For example, to be called hail, the piece has to be .2 inches in diameter.

29 August 2017

Misleading Residential Roofing Notions

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Your home's roof is a part of the structure that will see substantial abuse over the course of time. This can lead to the roof suffering wear and tear that could pose serious threats to the building. Misinformation is unfortunately common when it comes to residential roofing, and this misinformation can lead homeowners to make the wrong decisions for their homes. Myth: Interior Ceiling Leaks Always Mean You Have A Hole In Your Roof

15 August 2017

Is It Time For A New Residential Roof? Here Are The Signs To Look For

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As someone who owns a home, you will need to make sure that you are always aware of the signs that are telling you that it is time for a new roof. The sooner you spot roofing trouble, the easier it will be for you to find the funds to cover the repair. Don't know what you should be looking for? Here are a few signs that you need a brand new roof installed:

5 August 2017

Tired Of Wasting Money Each Month? 4 Ways To Improve The Energy Efficiency Of Your Home

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With the cost of living skyrocketing, you need to find ways to cut those costs, especially at home. Rising energy costs can take big chunk out of your monthly budget. One way to cut those costs is to make your home more energy-efficient. Taking steps to make your home more energy-efficient does require you to make an initial investment to update your home, but in the long-run, the investment will result in increased efficiency, and lower energy bills.

29 July 2017

How To Make Repairs To Your Roof

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Your roof provides you with shelter and essentially covers everything and everyone that is important to you. Your roof doesn't last forever though, and over time will need to be replaced, roughly every 15 years or so. In between that time, you could develop leaks and other issues with your roof that may require it to be repaired. See below for some of these issues and how to repair them yourself.

26 July 2017

Top Reasons Why You Should Opt For A Metal Roof

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Does your roof need to be replaced? Are you simply looking for a new look for your outdated-looking roof? Regardless of your reason to get a new roof on your property, you might want to consider some of the reasons many people are now getting metal roofs. After all, you probably want the best roof possible so you will not have to worry about dealing with this large repair expense for many years.

23 July 2017

Four Big Reasons To Replace Or Repair Your Roof Sooner Rather Than Later

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Is your roof looking a bit worse for wear? Perhaps there are sections where shingles are missing, or maybe you've even noticed an area where it's beginning to buckle. It's not uncommon for homeowners to put off roofing repairs. After all, they can get pretty expensive. However, it's almost always in your best interest to replace or repair your roof sooner rather than later -- even if that means taking out a loan or paying a little more for a higher-end roofing company that's available sooner.

18 July 2017

4 Aspects of Home Exterior You Can Update During Your Next Home Renovation

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Whether you're trying to sell a home or simply update it for your personal use, curb appeal matters greatly. It is the first thing that guests or buyers will see when they come up to the property or see photos of it. It's the part of your home that the largest number of people will see, from passersby to mailmen to neighbors. It can give you more pride in your home when the facade is taken care of.

13 July 2017