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Wood Shingle Roof

Wood shingles provide some of the most beautiful natural roofing options for your home. They can go by other names such as ‘perfections’, ‘fivex’, ‘5X’ and ‘royals’ and are precisely cut and sawn to specific sizes. Wood shingles are most commonly

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How to Select the Best Roof Shingle Material for Your Home

We all need a "roof over our head" as the saying goes. Selecting the proper roof material for your home is an important decision affecting the curb appeal and degree of maintenance your home will require, not to mention impact to your budget.

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From The Blog

  • ARMA’s New Video Illustrates Why Homeowners Need Proper Attic Ventilation

    Is your roof properly ventilated? The Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association’s (ARMA) latest whiteboard video outlines the components to a properly functioning attic ventilation system and the many ways it benefits a roof, such as protection against shingle deterioration and roof system damage.
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  • Tile Roofing For Your Home

    Definition: Tile is a beautiful and durable roofing material used in residential and commercial applications. It is usually made from clay or concrete and typically comes in curved, fluted or flat shapes. Clay tile is usually barrel shaped and red in color and is often called 'Spanish tile'. A version of clay tile that has more of a fluted design
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  • The Most Popular Siding Choices for the Home

    Introduction Few home improvements or repairs can enhance the performance, curb appeal, and value of your house like new home siding. Various siding materials have come and gone over the years, but a handful of standards have remained, along with the occasional newcomer. No one uses asbestos siding ​anymore, and fiberglass and hardboard composite siding have been largely replaced with vinyl and a new
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