2016

  • The Best And Worst Roofing Materials For The Modern Bungalow

    The word "bungalow" might bring to mind a quaint, rectangular home with simple lines and minimal ornamentation. But while the Modern Bungalow does borrow the small size from a bungalow, the details are more Art Deco than simple rustic. From the curved walls to the porthole windows and the stark siding, usually done with stucco or stucco and faux stone, the only simple part of the Modern is its flat roof style.
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  • 4 Best – And Worst – Roofing Materials For Spanish-Inspired Bungalow Styles

    Mission Bungalows and Spanish Colonial Bungalows both offer a more decorative, global-inspired take on the normally subdued bungalow style. Mission-style bungalows feature curved exterior doorways and window arches with tower-like accents along the roofline. Spanish Colonial bungalows also have rounded windows with possible decorative awnings and wrought iron ornamentation. Both architectural types tend to feature the traditional gable style roof. Gable style roofs combined with the Spanish influences can help you determine the best roofing materials for your bungalow.
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  • Special Considerations When Choosing a Roofing Material for a Moderne Bungalow

    Moderne bungalow is an architectural style that marries the quaint size and basic lines of a bungalow with the Art Deco-esque elements of the moderne style. Architectural features of the moderne bungalow include curved exterior walls with stucco siding, asymmetrical windows that are often rounded, and a flat-sloped roof that doesn't detract from the home's stunning lines. Do you own a moderne bungalow that needs roof replacement or roof repairs? Consider a few special factors pertaining to the flat roof style as you discuss your options with your roofing contractors.
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  • 3 Signs Your Slate Roof Needs Repair

    Even though slate roofs are highly durable, at some point, they will need repair work. Depending on the depth of the problem with the roofing, a total replacement might be necessary. If you are unsure whether or not it is time to repair or replace your slate roof, here are some signs to look for. Moisture and Rot Ideally, your slate roof should insulate your home from outside moisture. However, as the roofing deteriorates, you will notice moisture, mold, and rot developing in your attic and other areas.
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  • Three Benefits Business Owners Can Get From An EPDM Roofing System

    For business owners, selecting the right building for their business is a crucial step in getting started. It is important that the building house everything needed for the company and remain in good condition for the long haul. One aspect of a commercial building that must work right is the roof. EPDM roofing is easily one of the most used roofing systems for commercial purposes. From durability to ease of maintenance, business owners turn to rubber roofing systems for their companies.
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