DunRite Exteriors News & Information

If You're Sick and Tired of Your Gutter System Clogging, We've Got the Perfect Solution!
May 20th, 2019 8:15 pm


Gutter Filter by DunRite Exteriors Is a Cost-Effective Solution to Clogged Gutters

Additionally, Gutter Filter Adds 50% More Strength to Your Existing Gutters!!


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Why Gutter Filter?

Clogged gutters negate their benefits. Depending on the geographic region, they can fill with leaves, pine needles, oak tassels, asphalt and other shingle debris, and nests that harbor infestation. They can trap stagnant water in the debris and become a breeding area for mosquitoes. Dried debris, particularly pine needles, create a potential fire hazard during drought conditions in areas prone to forest fires.

In areas subject to winter conditions, clogged gutters cause dangerous icicles and water damming, forcing melting water to back under shingles and leak into the interior. Water in f...

High Winds Can Cause Serious Damage to Your Roof, Luckily We Are Here to Help!
May 19th, 2019 6:31 pm


Knowing How to Handle the Aftermath of a Storm Can Make All the Difference!

If You'd like to Learn About Our Available Storm Damage Services, Give Us a Call Today!


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Common Types of Storm Damage

A storm commonly causes the following four types of storm damage:

    High Winds: Strong winds that typically accompany storms can cause shingles to crack, bend, or fly off, leaving your roof and the interior of your home vulnerable to leaks or further damage.

    Hail: Hailstorms rarely last more than 15 minutes, but the damage can be devastating. Hail pounding on your roof can cause dents, missing asphalt, bruising, or cracking in your shingles.

    Standing Water: Flat roofs without proper drainage may collect...

What You Can Expect in the Days Leading up To, During and After Your Roof Installation?
May 18th, 2019 9:11 pm


Be Prepared for All That Is to Come with Your Next Roof Installation

Looking for a Roofing Contractor? Look No Further! Give Us a Call Today!


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What to Expect When Getting a New Roof

Getting a new roof installed on your house is a great way to update your home and potentially improve curb appeal. Owens Corning Roofing has put together a simple outline of what you can expect in the days leading up to, during and after your roof installation.


    A Few Days or a Week Leading up to Installation Day

    • A dumpster might be delivered to your home one to two days before the installation starts.
    • A secondary dumpster might be delivered if your contractor is recycli...
Do You Want to Become Apart of Our Roofing and Gutter Technician's Team?
May 17th, 2019 7:48 pm


Apply Today Before These Limited Positions Are Filled!

Visit Our Employment Opportunities Page to Fill Out an Application


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Roofing and Gutter Technicians

Salary - $45,000 to $65,000 Annually
Benefits Offered - Medical
Employment Type - Full-Time


What Can You Expect?

The DunRite Exteriors team is growing and right now, we are looking to fill our limited positions ASAP! With our Roofing and Gutter Technicians Position, you can earn top wages - $1,000.00 - $1,500.00 per week WITH Health Insurance! That's right, FULL-TIME steady work!

We are looking for Foreman and General Laborers (Experience would be great but not required).

We will train the right person(s). This is a blue-collar job for...

Is Your Roof Leaking? It's Better to Find out Sooner Rather Than Later!
May 15th, 2019 7:02 pm


Always Repair Leaks Promptly to Avoid Adverse Effects, Including Mold Growth

For All of Your Roof Needs and More, Give DunRite Exteriors a Call Today!


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How Can You Diagnose a Roof Leak?

To find a leak source, you need to know what water is likely to do. Water will always flow directly down with gravity. Obstructions, skylights, and penetrations are the most common leak sources. Start by examining chimneys, skylights, and plumbing vents. Then inspect roof-to-wall transition areas where flashing takes the place of roofing, such as dormers, valleys, and eaves.

Many times owners think they have leaks, when actually their roofs just do not have adequate ventilation. If this is the case for your, look for al...

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