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Chances are you have not thought much about your roofing lately. It's one of those things we take for granted because it is not in your direct line of vision every day. After nearly 60 years of service in roof repair and roof replacement, we know your roof deserves the best care possible to keep [...] Read more
Whether you just bought your new new house, or it is simply time for your older roof to go, there are many options that you have, and if you choose wisely you could save thousands of dollars and get a good investment in your home. First thing you need to decide on is how long [...] Read more

One of the more effective measures in roofing maintenance is frequent roofing inspection. This comprehensive inspection should be undertaken by an experienced professional roofing contractor, or a licensed home inspector. Generally, a roof inspection is carried out with a visual inspection of all aspects of the roofing construction, from both the interior and exterior of […]

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When misfortune lands at our doorstep or, in this case, our rooftop, we can be thankful for insurance coverage and the availability of roofing insurance claims for storm damage. When purchasing insurance, it is always advisable to check with your insurance agent about your policys coverage as it relates to roofing insurance claims storm damage. […]

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If your roof is damaged during a storm, the first thing to do is contact your insurance agent. You will need to ask about their policy regarding the filing of roofing insurance claims for storm damage. Your agent will then advise you in proper procedures and deadlines. Explain to your agent, in detail, exactly what […]

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A periodic roofing inspection is also a must because undetected leaks can cause┬ámyriad┬ácostly home repairs. How often a roof should be professionally inspected depends on the age and type of roof and local weather conditions. An older roof exposed to severe weather should be inspected more often than a newer roof in a mild climate. […]

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Skylights: Plastic materials can be used for both the skylight covering and glazing. An entire roofing skylight structure can be built form a single piece of plastic and even shaped to overlap the frames, thereby minimizing the possibility of water leakage, and reducing both framing and maintenance costs. The main difference between plastic vs glass […]

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