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Become a More Knowledgeable Consumer And, When the Time Comes, a Smart Buyer!
August 4th, 2021 12:27 pm


How Can You Be Sure That You're Choosing the Right Roofing Material for Your Home?

If Your Roof Needs to Be Repaired or Replaced, Give Us a Call Today (800) 422-7483


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A New Roof System Is a Big Investment

The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) is pleased to provide you with this information as part of their ongoing effort to educate home and building owners about roofing and roofing contractors.

We hope this information will make you a more knowledgeable consumer and, when the time comes, a smart roof system buyer.

A new roof system is a big investment. We want to help you get a quality roof system at a fair price from a professional roofing contractor.


Roof System Components

All steep-slope roof systems (i...

Tear off Your Old Asphalt Shingles or Add New Asphalt Shingles over the Existing Material?
August 3rd, 2021 1:22 pm


Making the Right Decision When It Comes to Replacing Your Roof Is Essential

The Following Helpful Tips Covers the Pros and Cons of Each Option!


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Roof Over: Roofing Repairs

The time has come for a new roof and there’s a decision to make whether to tear off the old asphalt roofing and replace it or add new asphalt roofing over the existing material. It can be a dilemma, but with a few helpful tips covering the pros and cons, you’ll have the information needed to make the right decision.


City or County Building Codes

Determining how many layers of roofing material installed on your home or business is at the top of the list of things to do. There was a time, in the past, when multiple layers of asphalt roofing material were allowed. Today, most cities on...

You May Want to Think Twice Before Taking on a DIY Roofing Project
August 2nd, 2021 2:08 pm


You May End up Making a Dangerous or Expensive Mistake on Your Roof!

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Why Should You Hold off on DIY Roofing Repairs?

Do you enjoy DIY projects? There’s a certain satisfaction that come from fixing your home yourself. DIY projects can also save you some money. However, you may want to think twice before taking on a DIY roofing project. Unless you’re a professional roofer, you probably don’t have the equipment or knowledge you need for the job. You may end up making a dangerous or expensive mistake on your roof.

Your home DIY project may not meet your expectations. According to a survey of over 2,000 homeowners, more than half find their projects are more challenging and time - consuming than they first anticipated. Though the survey included simple DIY...

Keep Your Roof in Tip-Top-Shape with Regular Roof Inspections!
August 1st, 2021 1:20 pm


To Determine the State of Your Roof, Follow This Simple Roof Inspection Checklist

Do You Need a Roof Repair or Roof Replacement? Give Us a Call Today (800) 422-7483


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Residential Roofing

A properly installed, quality roof is crucial to maintaining a house's integrity. The roof must do more than just keep wind and rain out of the house. It must also help the house "breathe" by allowing moisture-laden air generated in the house or in the attic space to escape. If it doesn't, when the warm air collides with cold objects in the attic, it results in condensation. Condensation is water, and water dripping inside a house can generate a host of other related problems such as rot and structural weaknesses.

For these reasons, homeowners sooner or later ask themselves, "Do I need a new roof?" or "How much do...

Many Things Can Go Wrong When You Choose to Take on a Roofing Project Yourself
July 31st, 2021 12:50 pm


A Roof Is Made up of More Than Shingles and Is Far More Dangerous Than You Think!

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Self-Evaluation

Many people think that installing a new roof is nothing more than just nailing up some shingles. The truth is, a properly installed roof is a complex system of components working together to keep water (and the damage it can do) outside of your home. Think about your car: a mechanic doesn’t drop off a system of parts for your car in your driveway and expect you to assemble the vehicle. Competent roofing contractors spend years learning their trade. They train long hours to learn how to properly handle and install roofing system materials, identify risks, keep themselves safe, and follow mandatory building regulations - all while keeping...

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