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3 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Commercial Roofer

Your roof is one of your main sources of protection when it comes to your commercial business. It is your first line of defense when it comes to the weather. Having a durable roof helps you keep your business operational. As a result of this, the commercial roofer you choose is important as well.

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Spring Cleaning: Roof and Siding Repair or Replacement Options

As spring approaches, you put away winter decorations and prepare for summer. You clean the house, perhaps getting ready for entertaining guests, or else simply assuring the house stays nice for you and your family. But how do you feel about the outside of your house? It’s the first thing you see upon returning home and the last thing you see when leaving; it deserves as much attention as the interior and the lawn receive.

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Flat Roof Spring Cleaning

If you have a building with a flat roof, you probably already understand the need for regular inspections and maintenance to keep the roof functioning efficiently. You want to catch potential leaks before they become a problem which leads to further damage throughout the building. Spring is typically a good time to set a routine schedule to keep your roof properly maintained.

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Eliminating Mold and Mildew Following a Roof Leak

If you have recently dealt with a roof leak, then it’s possible that you have to contend with mold and mildew now. Beyond the smell, you must get rid of mold and mildew to secure the structure of your home. Without your immediate attention, mold and mildew can lead to the deterioration of the wood in your home.

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3 Ways Roof Leaks Affect Your Home

Your roof is central to your home’s stability. When you have a leak, it’s more than a nuisance; it jeopardizes the stability of your home. In Minneapolis, roof leaks can cause a host of problems, including the following:

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Repairs after Winter Weather

Winter weather wreaks havoc on the roads, on your car, on your lawn, and especially on your house or any other building you may own. Experienced contractors are aware of what types of damage typically occur due to winter weather and know how to repair said damage. After the winter weather breaks is a good time to have an inspection so any damage can be fixed before it becomes a bigger problem and to assure you can continue to enjoy the daily function of your home and office.

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Top 4 Tips to Find a High-Quality Contractor

Your Minneapolis home will probably be the largest monetary investment you make in your entire life. When it needs work -- whether this means routine maintenance or something must be repaired -- you might feel a bit lost when it comes to finding a high-quality contractor. While not inclusive -- and you still need to do your due diligence by checking references -- the following tips can provide you with a strong foundation onto which to base your decision. 

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Tips for Replacing Your Hail Damaged Roof

Hail damage to roofs is becoming increasingly more common. With the winter months here, it’s important for homeowners to know how to recognize hail damage, and what to do if they experience hail damage. The following tips will help you ensure that your roof is up to par this winter.

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Roofing Projects and Winter Weather

Winter weather can take a toll on your roof. The roofing materials are designed to defend against rain and snow, but they also wear over time and require regular inspections and maintenance. Freezing weather in winter makes them become brittle and more susceptible to being damages in an ice storm or by the extra weight of snow accumulation rather than rain runoff.

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How Wind Can Damage your Home and Roof

Whether a summer thunderstorm or winter snow, the weather can take a toll on the exterior of your house. The building is designed to withstand the elements and wind as it provides shelter for you and your family, but it is also designed to have regular maintenance work conducted and occasional repairs. Beyond the obvious storm damage your house may be subjected to, wind can cause its own damage which you should be aware of.

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