Should You Leave Your House During Re-Roofing?

Posted on: 2 August 2021

The decision is up to you, but the safest option is to give the contractor space to work. Like most homeowners, you'll want to stay to supervise and monitor progress. However, your contractor will recommend that you leave. Here is why:  Roofing Projects Are Noisy  If your roof has another layer of shingles, the roofing contractor will need to remove the extra layer. They'll then add another layer, all of which will involve a lot of hitting and unhinging nails or fasteners.
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Does Your Roof Need Replacement Rather Than Repair?

Posted on: 30 July 2021

If you have a roof that is in bad shape, you may be wondering if the roof is in need of replacement or if you can get by with repair. That's why it helps to know the signs that you are actually in need of roof replacement.  Curling Shingles Get up close to your roof and look at the edges of your shingles. Does it look like the edges are curling upward across the entire roof surface?
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4 Benefits of Timely Residential Roof Replacement

Posted on: 29 July 2021

Over time, your roof may develop problems, such as damaged shingles, water damage, mold growth, sun damage, or leakage. Most of these issues can be repaired by a competent residential roofer if discovered early. However, if you have already hired an expert to repair your roof several times or the roof is too old, you should consider replacing it. Below are four benefits of getting a timely roof replacement. 1. Energy Efficiency
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4 Benefits Of Slate Tile Roofing

Posted on: 28 July 2021

Are you looking for a roofing option that stands well against fire, mold, frost damage, and water? Such an option sounds elusive, but investing in a slate tile roof lets you capitalize on the benefits. Indeed, slate tile roofing sits gallantly on many classic homes that were built centuries ago. Today, the same slate material can protect your home against the elements as long as it is professionally installed. Like a discerning homeowner, you want your roof to contribute to appealing to potential buyers when reselling.
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