Two Options In Commercial Roofing When Your Building Has A Mixed Roof

Posted on: 28 October 2021

If your commercial building has a mixed roof shape, such as a steep slope on the front and a flat roof on top, you may wonder about the best type of roofing materials to have applied. You may need to mix materials since some roofing isn't suitable for flat roofs. Here's a look at two options to consider for protecting your roof from leaks and to give your building the best appearance from the street.
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Standing Seam Vs. Asphalt Shingles: The Pros And Cons

Posted on: 27 October 2021

Standing seam roofs are becoming more and more popular in residential homes. In fact, their popularity rose by 14% between 2015 and 2016 and those numbers continue to climb each year making standing seam roofing the current most popular residential roofing choice. So what makes the standing seam a more popular choice than the past favorite, asphalt composite shingles, and how does a homeowner decide? Here are the major pros and cons.
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Installing A Fireplace? Consider These 3 Key Factors

Posted on: 25 October 2021

When undertaking your home's projects, you should consider several essential factors to ensure you get everything right. For example, if you're planning to install a fireplace, you'll need to choose one that best satisfies your needs. An electric, gas, or wood fireplace might be one of the choices you settle for. Regardless of your choice, you want the fireplace you install to cater to your family's needs. Researching and understanding your needs can be a great way to get started.
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4 Steps Residential Roofing Services Follow When Replacing Your Roof

Posted on: 20 October 2021

A professionally installed and maintained roof protects your home for years without exposing your belongings to the elements. But nature has a way of degrading this most critical home covering. If you notice wear and tear on sections or the entire roof, you must engage residential roofing services to inspect and handle the replacement. If a roof inspection justifies the need to replace the roof, you must observe appropriate preparation steps.
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