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Why do you need a strong roof on your home? To support Santa's sleigh, of course! In a more realistic sense, however, a strong roof is important for your home's protection. It keeps the wind and rain outside, and it also insulates your home against the chill of winter and the heat of summer. Most people think of roofs as being made from shingles, but roofers can make a strong roof from slate, tile, metal, or an array of other materials, too. We hope that as you read this roofing blog, you gain a lot of knowledge about the profession and about roofs in general.

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Whether Or Not You Know It, Weather Can Impact Your Roof
17 September 2020

There are several different types of roofing mater

4 Less Common Signs You Need To Call A Roofer
14 September 2020

Most people know to call a roofer if shingles fall

Tips To Repair Your Home After An Extreme Summer Storm
8 September 2020

Although summer weather is traditionally warm and

Steps For Roofing Repair
31 August 2020

If you've found less than a few issues with your e

Roofing Information For Homeowners
27 August 2020

A homeowner may not have a solid understanding of

Whether Or Not You Know It, Weather Can Impact Your Roof

There are several different types of roofing materials on the market. Property owners choose roofing materials based on a number of factors. Preference and budget are probably at the top of the list. Some roofing materials such as metal are extremely durable and can last for decades. Other materials chosen may not be as durable, but most individuals view a new roof installation as an investment that can last for many years with proper maintenance. Read More 

4 Less Common Signs You Need To Call A Roofer

Most people know to call a roofer if shingles fall off the roof or if water leaks in. However, there are a lot of roofing problems that go overlooked simply because homeowners do not realize they're a problem. Here are some of those less-common signs you need to call a roofer. Your shingles are bubbling or rippling. If you look up at the roof and it appears that some of your shingles are bubbling or blistering, this is a red flag. Read More 

Tips To Repair Your Home After An Extreme Summer Storm

Although summer weather is traditionally warm and sunny, there can be quite a few different types of weather patterns that can bring heavy winds and rain along with hail and tornadic activity that can cause quite a lot of damage to your home's outside. Storm damage can include missing and broken shingles, dented and loose or missing siding and broken window glass. Here are some recommendations to help you repair your home's roof after summer storm damage. Read More 

Steps For Roofing Repair

If you've found less than a few issues with your existing roof, chances are that you could repair the roof at a minimal cost. If the roof is recently installed and there are no substantial issues with the roofing substrate, then a quick repair may be possible. But it's best to leave this type of work up to the professionals if you are new to roofing repair or construction in general. Read More 

Roofing Information For Homeowners

A homeowner may not have a solid understanding of the repairs, upgrades, or maintenance that their home's roof may require. This can put them at a sizable disadvantage when it comes to managing their roofing needs. Is It Necessary To Repair The Dents From Hail Stones? Damage from the force of impacts from hail can be an issue that causes widespread damage to your roof. In addition to being caused by extremely large hailstones, small and medium hailstones can cause leave deep impressions in the exterior of the roof. Read More