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How Do I Choose the Right Asphalt Shingles for My Roof

Asphalt shingles have been made widely available in a nearly endless variety of styles and color options, which help to make them one of the most popular roofing materials available today. The wealth of options available can make it difficult for homeowners to know which styles or colors to choose, and what things to take… read more

What Components of My Roof Need to be Replaced

Your roof is made up of more than just an attic and some shingles – below your roof’s surface, there are various components that make up your roof and protect your home from weather damage and exposure to the elements. If you’ve come to the realization that your roof needs to be repaired, it can… read more

The Guide To Dealing with Your Insurance Company on a Roof Claim

Dealing with your insurance company after discovering that your roof has been damaged can be a stressful and complicated ordeal, involving a long process of filing an official claim with your insurance company, getting an estimate for the damages, and hiring a roofer or another service company to repair the damage. During this time, it’s… read more

Why Consider a Concrete Tile Roof?

Choosing materials for your new roofing project or renovation can be difficult, especially for those who aren’t aware of the pros and cons of various types of roof materials. There are a variety of factors you’ll want to keep in mind such as durability, availability of options, weather resistance (impact resistance), and cost, among others.… read more

Who do you call first when hail hits your roof?

Most homeowners call the insurance company first, but they really should not. Here is why. Understanding insurance companies If 1000 people pay $10 into the insurance pot and 10 people need to take $1000 out the insurance company makes no money. If the insurance company can pay someone $500 to convince everyone to take only $500… read more

How roof ventilation saves you thousands of dollars

If you have an upstairs bonus room or bedroom that gets uncomfortably hot in summer, consider adding more ventilation to your home’s roof system. Restrictive low flowing attic spaces create pockets of super hot air under your roof deck. You want a balanced, positive, high-flowing ventilation system to vacate superheated air out of your attic… read more