Monthly Archives: September 2013

What New Homeowners Should Know About Their Roof

When you buy a home (unless you buy it brand new) you don’t always know exactly what you’re getting into—similar to buying a used car, or getting married. You have home inspections done but they can’t tell you the details of how well Read More

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The Top Terrible Roofing Mistakes Every Homeowner Makes

Taking care of your roof is hard—we get it. But we’ve decided to help by laying out the deadliest sin of common roofing mistakes that nearly every homeowner makes—so that you can avoid the 4 most common—and costly—mistakes made by homeowners when it Read More

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How to Properly Inspect your Roof

Roofing shingle inspections shouldn’t be taken lightly or completed willy-nilly. Your roof is the protector of your home, it’s like a moisture-fighting gladiator. It protects the small-fortune investment you’ve made in your home and prevents foundations from cracking, moisture from damaging the walls Read More

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Patching or Replacing Your Roof: The Pros and Cons

When a roof and roofing shingles start leaking, regularly, a homeowner must decide whether to pursue patching or replacing your roof. But—when to patch, and when to replace? When Patching or Replacing your Roof Makes Sense To understand the decision of whether to Read More

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How to Maintain your Cedar Roofing and Mistakes to Avoid while Maintaining It

When it comes to how to maintain your cedar roofing—and mistakes to avoid while maintaining it—our advice is simple: just remember that it is wood. While trees seem to have the outdoor-wood thing down, prepared wood products like Adirondack chairs, wood siding and cedar shake Read More

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