Own a Commercial Building? 2 Causes of Roof Repair You Should Be Aware Of

28 May 2019
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If you own a commercial building, then it is important that you provide the proper maintenance to the roof to keep it in good condition. Part of this maintenance is learning causes of roof problems so you can watch out for them. This will allow you to get the roof repaired quickly before further damage happens. To help you, below are two causes of roof repair. Problems with Flashing Roof flashing is installed on roofs to prevent moisture from getting onto the roofing materials. Read More 

Why Your Roof Could Be Changing Color And What To Do About It

8 May 2019
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You probably don't spend a ton of time thinking about your roof, but it's important to take a look at what's going on up there every once in a while so you can catch potential problems before they get worse. One clear sign that you might need help from a roofing contractor is if you notice colors showing up on your roof that should not be there. Here are some of the potential causes of this problem and what you can do about it. Read More 

Call A Roofer If Shingle Pops Affect Your Home

26 March 2019
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Shingle are the skin of a roof and keep it protected from a variety of problems, such as excessive moisture infestation or mold problems. Popped shingles occur from time to time, and need to be fixed right away to avoid issues with your home Popped Shingles are a Regular Issue A shingle pop occurs when a nail comes out of a shingle and allows it to rise up from the roof. Read More 

Have An Old Home With A Flat Roof? Find A Contractor And Turn It Into A Truss Roof Today

23 January 2019
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If the area where you live has had some bad winters, and the snow and rain accumulation has been a problem for the flat roof on your home, it may be time to make a change. Talk with the roofing contractors in your area that work with both flat and truss triangle roofs to see if you can make the change from flat to triangle. This may be the best way to help the water and snow run off the roof and stay out of the home. Read More