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Asphalt Roofing Stain Removal

If you have an older house, then you can assume you have some old roofing as well. And aside from cleaning the gutters and downspouts, there’s a good chance your roofing hasn’t received much maintenance in all those years. So if you start to see some dark staining, tarnishing, or discoloration, it may be time to look into some roof stain removal. Most often what appears as staining is actually mildew and fungus spores embedded into the shingles from nearby plants, trees, and shrubbery. Any roofing is vulnerable to damage from the outdoor elements, but if gone untreated these imperfections

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Asphalt Shingles

Of all the roofing options available for your home, asphalt is by far the most popular. An estimated 80% of all American houses are built with asphalt roof shingles because of their performance, and cost. But too many homeowners don’t realize that not all are created equal. Indeed, there are a handful of variations that will affect both the cost and the quality of your roof….

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Tile Roofing

In some areas of the country, tile roofing is quite common. Its distinctive appearance can be seen sparsely in many regions, but in the Southwest, tile roofing is practically a part of the landscape, giving a unique and identifiable look to the area. Tile roofs are initially a lot more costly to install than asphalt shingle, metal, or wood shake roofs, but they also last much longer. Depending on the quality, a tile roof may last 50 to 70 years–or even more! When you compare that kind of longevity to the durability of some asphalt shingles (in some situations, only 10 or 15 years), it’s easy to see how an investment in tile can pay off in the long run.

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What Every Homeowner Should know

Which part of a house is the source of over one third of all homeowner's insurance claims? If you answer "the roof," you're right on the money. A leaky roof is not just annoying, but can also lead to all sorts of problems. For example, dampness and mold resulting from a leak will threaten your home's structural soundness, as well as your physical health. Water leaks can even get into your electrical system, where it may cause power outages and fire hazards. Professional roof inspection will pinpoint potential problems before they become serious.

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From The Blog

  • These 4 Fall Maintenance Tasks Could Save Your Home

    When the frost is on the pumpkin and the leaves turn red and gold, you know one thing – winter is coming. Take advantage of autumn days to get your house in shape now. You’ll be protecting your home against upcoming harsh storms and frigid cold while keeping your family cozy and safe from seasonal hazards. Sound like a lot of work? It doesn’t have to be that way.
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  • Storm-Proof Your Roof

    When storm season approaches one of the key components to keeping you and your family warm and dry is your roof. Tropical storms and hurricanes are well known as “roof eaters,” whether the storm is having a light snack and nibbles a few of your shingles, or if it is a ravenous beast and takes your entire roof.
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  • 7 Reasons Fall is the Right Time to Replace Your Roof

    When you need a new roof installed, fall is the perfect time of year. After the summer storms and before the winter freezes, autumn offers great weather for roof installation and a chance to get your house ready to face snow, ice, and c-c-c-cold temperatures. Be sure to book your roofing contractor in advance, though; you may need to allow several weeks of lead time before he can send a
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