Signs You Need Gutter Repair

Posted on: 23 January 2017

Your home's gutter system is extremely important to maintaining the structural integrity of your roof and preventing basement and foundation flooding. Over time, wear, weather and age can all begin to break down your gutters. Understanding what signs of wear to look out for can help you know when to replace your gutters before they completely fall apart and cause additional problems for your home. Cracking and Creasing Check the interior of your gutters to see if any cracks or creases have developed.
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3 Roofing Materials for a Cross-Hipped Roof That Combines Form and Function

Posted on: 29 November 2016

A hipped roof has a raised rectangle appearance due to the four eve sides with moderate slopes that meet at a flattened peak. When your home has two connecting wings that each has a hipped roof, the result is a cross-hipped roof. Unlike a hip and valley setup, where the bottoms of the hips connect and form valleys, two entire sides of the different hipped roofs join at the junction point.
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Three Tips For Boosting Your Roof's Energy Efficiency

Posted on: 26 October 2016

The roof that protects your home is easily one of the more important parts of your house. However, it is a reality that this part of the home can be a major source of energy inefficiency. For new homeowners, it can be easy to be uninformed about the various steps that can be taken to improve the energy efficiency of their roofs. Here are some tips: Retrofit Your Home With A Cool Roof
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Myths About Metal Roofing

Posted on: 17 October 2016

If you home needs roof replacement, you may have objections to using metal roofing material. That is because there are several myths about metal that cause homeowners to not consider it. Don't rule out metal until you know about some common myths about the roofing material. Myth 1: Metal Roofing Won't Keep a House Warm Metal roofing material will not cause your home to be less energy efficient, especially when you are heating your house in the winter.
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