Checking On Your Roof

3 Reasons To Invest In Tile Roofing

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The roofing materials covering your home can play a significant role in the overall safety and performance of your home in the future. If the time to replace your existing roofing materials has come, you may be evaluating your options when it comes to new roofing materials. Investing in tile roofing can be beneficial. Here are three reasons why you should carefully consider the addition of tile roofing to your home in the future. Read More»

Is Your Door On The Level?

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The doors in your house are supposed to be level, square, and plumb. All those terms can be really confusing. Having doors that aren’t those things can lead to doors that won’t shut or stay shut or doors that have a hard time opening. So, if your doors aren’t plumb, level, or square, what should you do? Plumb Plumb is a vertical measurement. It means that the door jamb is straight vertically. Read More»

Should Your Home's Roofing Be Scanned For Underlying Problems?

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As a responsible homeowner, you are undoubtedly having your roof inspected yearly by a professional. However, the inspection might not be enough. Some homeowners are also opting for an infrared scan of their roofing. If you have not had your roof scanned, here is what you need to know.   Why Should Your Roofing Be Scanned?  Although your roofer inspects your roof annually, there is a possibility that he or she is missing an underlying issue that has yet to surface. Read More»

Making Your Next Roofing Job As Easy As Possible

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A roof overhaul is a major event in the life of a home. Unfortunately, it can often be one that drags on endlessly–and at huge cost, both financially and emotionally. The good news is that there is plenty you can do to keep the costs low and the project time short. If you would like to prepare yourself for your next roofing project, read on. This article will provide three key pieces of advice regarding necessary prep work. Read More»

How To Maintain A Green Roof

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Green roofing is a sustainable roofing option that provides a number of practical benefits to your home, including decreased cooling costs and a unique aesthetic. Green roofs basically consist of a series of plants growing on your roof, creating a sort of garden or lawn that covers your home. However, like all roofing options, green roofs need to be maintained in order to ensure that they stay in the best possible shape despite consistent weather exposure. Read More»