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The last roof you will ever need
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Looking for ways to make your roof more energy-efficient? Try these tips. http://ow.ly/SZH630kqiyt
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The Impact of Hail on Your Roof We recently just had 2 huge hail storms in a month in Colorado, and with these storms comes damages to your roof. During severe storms, the shingles can be damaged and may require replacement or repairs. Basically, what you…
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Trying to pick a roofer? Go for a local company with a solid reputation in the community, and someone who is dedicated to customer satisfaction. http://ow.ly/W0u330kqiyn
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Roof inspections are vital if you want to avoid the potential for horrific damage and expensive repairs. The fact is that roof damage is very gradual. Like a frog in cold water on the stove, you probably won’t notice the danger until it’s too late. The…
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Yes, you can lay new shingles over old ones. Should you, though? http://ow.ly/qqRx30kqiyr
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The winter is when you’re more likely to experience roof damage, but you can prevent this happening by preparing it well in the summer. One of the biggest issues that can occur during cold winter is ice dams around your roof and gutter. If you spot…
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It's not uncommon for many questions to come up as you prepare to get a new roof. The answers in this article might be useful to you. http://ow.ly/QYLp30kqiyp
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Summer weather can cause some serious damage to your roofs. Is yours ready to stand up against the rough weather conditions? http://ow.ly/8gxp30kqiyl
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Roof ventilation is often overlooked by homeowners, but if you’ve ever spotted mold or icicles in your attic, it’s likely because your roof is poorly ventilated. Icicles could ultimately cause serious damage to your home, while mold could even cause…
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