An Overview Of Metal Roof Profiles

Posted on: 29 May 2018

A common complaint people have about metal roofs is that they are not beautiful enough. Well, the reality is that a metal roof will only be dull looking if it is made of plain metal, but that is rarely the case. Roofing manufacturers have learned to craft beautiful roofing materials from metal. Here are some of the roofing metal profiles that people consider attractive. Metal Shingles These are flat rectangular metals that look like any other shingle material.
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How To Spot A Failing Roof

Posted on: 26 February 2017

Putting a safe roof over your family's head should be a top priority. As a homeowner, you are responsible for ensuring that your home's roof remains in good condition. Maintaining a roof is an ongoing process, with the need for repairs and replacement always being a possibility. Learning to spot a failing roof is essential when it comes to caring for the structural integrity of your home. Here are three tips that you can use to help you spot a failing roof before it turns into a serious hazard in the future.
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Can Squirrels Damage Your Roofing?

Posted on: 22 February 2017

Squirrels are cute and furry, but they can also cause damage to your roofing. The damage they can cause is not always insignificant. If you squirrels that like to spend time on your roof, here is what you need to know.   What Damage Can Squirrels Cause? Squirrels have a habit of gnawing away at roofing materials. They can damage your underlayment, flashing, and vent pipes. There can even be damage to your shingles.
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How to Repair Cracked Roofing Shingles

Posted on: 30 January 2017

If you have an asphalt roof that is aging, then you may notice some signs that the shingles are in a state of disrepair. Cracks in the shingles themselves is one indication that your roof is wearing down. It can cost about $9,000 to have your roof replaced, though. If you are not ready to spend this type of money on a full replacement, then you can repair cracked shingles. This is advisable, especially if the cracking is not a widespread issue.
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