Archive for Roofing

Can You Repair Your Roof in the Winter?

Dec 17, 2013 No Comments by

Most people avoid scheduling any roofing work during the winter—often due to concerns that the weather is too unpleasant for roofers and will cause installation problems. However, you can complete certain repairs during the winter, as long as you take the proper precautions. It’s important to distinguish whether your roof needs to be repaired or […]

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Home-Maintenance Checklist for December

Dec 05, 2013 No Comments by

Many households are celebrating and welcoming visitors in December, so most homeowners will be too busy to start any major home improvement jobs this month. Instead prepare your house for company and potential snowfall now that winter has finally arrived! First of all, ensure your appliances are ready for the holiday and your guests. Clean […]

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Why You Can Get the BEST DEAL on Roofing Work This Spring

Apr 30, 2013 No Comments by

Don’t wait any longer to fix your roof—otherwise you may miss the best opportunity in years to snag a great deal. Multitudes of homeowners have already visited a roofing estimates provider, such as Home Service World, to get huge savings from a trusted contractor in their area. Now, late spring of 2013, is the best […]

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Spring Maintenance Tips

Apr 08, 2013 No Comments by

Make time for maintenance in your spring-cleaning routine with these easy steps. Staying on top of small maintenance projects may prevent bigger, expensive problems from developing.   Check that gutters and downspouts are still bonded to the house. You should tighten any loose gutter straps and reconnect any spout extensions that have come loose. Clear […]

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Choosing Roofing Materials for Hot Climates

Mar 18, 2013 No Comments

A roof is a huge investment that adds value to your home—in addition to keeping you safe and dry—so selecting the right roofing material is a weighty decision. Cost shouldn’t be the only factor you consider though; the climate you live in plays an important role in determining how long your roof will last and […]

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Top Ten Roof Problems

Dec 03, 2012 No Comments

Roof problems are pretty much inevitable, but some issues are more common than others. Here are ten of the most frequently experienced roof problems:   Leaks – Roof leaks can be caused by weather conditions and normal wear and tear. Repairs to your roof seams can often remedy the issue.   Roof blow-offs – Heavy […]

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Introducing a Complete New Home Assembly Kit

Oct 17, 2012 No Comments

We’ve all heard of assembling model airplanes and sweaters at home, but now comes a home assembly project that is quite literally a home assembly project.   For under $50,000 you can now purchase online an architect-designed prefabricated house kit that you can use to construct a brand new dwelling for a total cost of […]

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The Lowdown on the Materials Up Above

Oct 03, 2012 No Comments

When most people buy a home, they pray they’ll never have trouble with their roof, but the reality is that most of these structures require either repair or replacement approximately every ten years. Therefore, it’s important to have a good understanding of the types of roofing materials that are available, so you are prepared to […]

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8 Tips on Finding a Top Roofing Contractor

Sep 19, 2012 No Comments

Since getting a new roof on your home is a major investment, you should only select a roofing contractor after doing careful due diligence. This includes asking all the right questions and satisfying any doubts you may have before you make a final choice. Here are several things you should go over with a potential […]

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How to Diagnose Roof Problems

Jul 19, 2012 No Comments

Short of having a roof blown off in a tornado, very few homeowners recognize the signs that it’s time to either invest in roof repair or a new overhead covering altogether. Here are five steps you can take toward evaluating the condition of your roof without actually having to climb up on it: Wait for […]

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