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Four Ways to Prepare Your Home for Summer Storms

Summer is here in full swing, and with long, hot days come Summer storms. High humidity and rising warm air are the perfect recipe for frequent thunderstorms. As your home’s first line of defense, regularly inspect and maintain your roof to ensure it is prepared to withstand wind, rain, hail, and other environmental factors. A visual inspection every six months can help you notice issues quickly. Catching small issues...

Most Common Roofing Questions

Buying a new roof or needing repairs on one may be an unfamiliar process for the average residential customer. To better familiarize our customers with the process, we sought help from Peter, one of our Residential Sales Managers. He helped us brainstorm commonly asked questions. How long will work take? Once we know what type of roof and the size of your home we can estimate the duration of...

More Common Metal Roofing Myths Debunked

One of the most recent changes in residential roofing is the introduction of the metal roof. Previously reserved only for commercial properties, metal roofing is quickly become one of the most popular choices for homeowners today. Unfortunately, widespread misconceptions about metal roofing may prevent some homeowners from considering this option. Read on as we separate myth from reality. Metal Roofs and Rain A common fear about metal roofing is...

The Importance of Recycling Asphalt Shingles

As a reliable roofing company, we are committed to sustainability. As the largest provider of manufactured shingles, GAF has recognized the importance of eco-friendly roofing practices and strongly encourages their certified roofers like us to recycle old asphalt shingles. Find out why this is important. The Issue With Shingles Today When you install tile, metal or asphalt, you use up several composite ingredients for roofing, including fiberglass, wood fiber...
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