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Refreshing a Building Exterior

Building exteriors are designed to withstand the elements and weather according to the specific locality, and yet part of the design requires ongoing maintenance along with eventual replacement. Typically, siding and roofing performs their structural functions long after they are ruined cosmetically. The best plan toward keeping your building beautiful and functional is to refresh the exterior when it needs cosmetic upgrades, which typically happens shortly before further damage occurs due to a functional failure in the materials used to build the outside of the structure.

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4 Types of Storm Damage You Need to Know About

If you're like most homeowners, you depend heavily on your home to provide you with shelter. Not only does this mean that you count on it to give you a comfortable place to come home to each evening but it also does so during inclement weather. There are certain types of damage that can result from storms that you need to be particularly aware of so you can take steps to address it, if needed. 

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When Roofs Can't Wait

A leak in your home’s roof is always important to fix as soon as possible. The leak is an inconvenience and distraction unless it’s so small you aren’t aware of it, but it’s going to cause more damage and further expenses the longer you allow it to remain. It’s important to conduct regular inspections along with routine maintenance and preventative repairs because some living arrangements simply don’t allow you to wait until a roof leak becomes a problem before you fix it.

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3 Ways to Protect Your Roof in the Heat

As a homeowner, you know that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. You realize it’s more cost-effective to protect your home than it is to replace or repair your home. One aspect of your home that needs year round protection is your roof. The following are tips you can employ to protect your roof from scorching sun rays.

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Roofing for Multi-Family Residential Buildings

Roofing for multi-family residential buildings may resemble that of a house more than a commercial or industrial building, but takes on a different meaning when it comes to repairs or when it’s time to conduct a full replacement. The obvious difference is the sheer size of a roof covering multiple residences, but there’s also a different set of expectations as to the functionality of the roof. With a single family home, options are available to save money “right now” while planning for more extensive repairs later; for a multiple family dwelling has to remain in good working order according to everybody’s expectations.

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Roof Leaks: Repair or Replace?

If you’ve ever had to deal with roof leaks at your home, you understand just how frustrating they can be. By the time you realize there’s a leak, your house has likely suffered further damage in the form of rot or mold in the attic along with water damage to drywall. Regular inspections are the best way to prevent such damage but looking back at what you could have done isn’t very comforting. More important is to address the problem as efficiently as possible to avoid more problems in the future. The first consideration is whether to repair the leak or replace the entire roof.

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Residential Roof Replacement: Shingles

As with everything else in your house, eventually the roof can wear out to an irreparable status and needs to be fully replaced. If you’re like most homeowners, you don’t look forward to the day this happens. However, there is a bright side to the situation. You can change the roof color and the appearance of the outside of your home, or you can upgrade the roofing material. Upgrades can be made for increased durability, an eco-friendly aspect, or simply for cosmetic appeal according to your needs and desires.

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To Gutter, or Not to Gutter? That Is the Question

Minnesota weather can be a big challenge for homeowners. Between the hail and rain of summer and the snow and ice of winter, your home is under nearly constant siege. One common way to deal with rainwater is to add gutters to your roof line to redirect the flow away from your house. These are so common that you may not even notice them, but roofers will tell you that they're a mixed bag that can do more harm than good if not considered carefully.

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3 Ways to Protect Your Commercial Roofing

If you own a small business, then you know that everything seems to break at the worst times. When it comes to matters of money, small business owners can’t afford constant repairs. With money being an important factor to continual operations, small business owner must take precautions to ensure that their commercial roof is safe.

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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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