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How to Get Rid of Moss on Your Roof

You may think a bit of moss growth on your roof adds character to your home, but that green carpet covering your shingles can wreak havoc on your roof. Moss grows in areas that get little to no sunlight but a decent amount of moisture buildup. This is why you will...

The Importance of Commercial Roof Ventilation

When it comes to maintaining the roof of a commercial building, property owners are generally worried about the insulation and the condition of the roof and its features.  While these things are very important, property owners must consider the roof ventilation as...

The 5 Best Roofing Materials for Warmer Climates

If you live in a warmer climate, you may be wondering what roofing materials would be able to stand up to the heat. Dealing with triple-digit temperatures is no easy task. The unforgiving heat can cause you to turn up the air conditioner and send those energy prices...

Pros and Cons of a Roof Overlay

As time goes by and your roof goes through normal wear and tear, your roof may be in need of some work. This is something that every homeowner has to go through, especially those who are living in their homes for long periods of time. Your first option would be, of...

How to Prepare Your Roof for the Rainy Season

Are you ready for the rainy season ahead? Protecting your roof before the rainy season comes along will prevent you from damaging your roof any further and allow for a safe and enjoyable season. If you don’t prepare your roof for the rainy season, you leave your home...

6 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Roof

Spring is the perfect time to get some fresh air and prepare your home for the beautiful and optimistic season ahead. Your roof is an incredibly important part of your house and it deserves your love just as much as the inside of your house does. Spring cleaning your...

Need A New Roof? Here Are Some Factors That’ll Determine The Cost

There are a variety of factors that will determine when it’s time to purchase a new roof. If your roof is over 20 years old, there’s a good chance it needs to be replaced. Also, if you have water leaks, it’s a sign that you need a new roof. Getting a new roof is...

What Is Roof Certification?

Roof certification is conducted by a licensed roofer who inspects the roof to assess its condition. Typically, this inspection is performed on the exterior as well as the interior of the roof. The inspector takes down information as well as photographs from a variety...

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