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Tips for Replacing Your Hail Damaged Roof

Recognizing hail damage to your roof can save you money.

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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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4 Amazing Benefits to Having a Metal Roof

Your next room should be a metal roof if you don't want to have to worry about roof repairs and upgrades.

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You Have a New House. Now What?

Buying a house is an exciting process. It’s likely the largest expenditure and investment you’ve ever made, and it’s the place you and your family are going to spend the majority of your time over the next few years at least, if not for the rest of your lives. In order to maintain the house to your expectations, there are going to be additional expenses, each of which is well worth it to maintain the value of the house whether as a short term home and investment or as the place you plan to to raise children and always invite them after they have grown up and bought their own houses.

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Need a New Roof? Things to Consider

When you buy a house, you consider the value of the existing roof and your appraiser confirms its value and how it should affect your bid. After you make the purchase, you probably don’t think much about replacing the roof. An unfortunate aspect of life is that all roofs have to eventually be replaced. When that time comes, think about the choices you have to make for a part of your home that is going to be both a structural and cosmetic decision that lasts for years and decades.

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What to do When an Ice Dam Forms

Unlike people who live in the South, you probably enjoy the winter weather that comes with living in a Northern state. It provides a traditional winter that can only be appreciated by seeing the beauty of morning snow across a lawn and the footprints of children, along with the ice angels and snowmen who are bound to appear later in the day. Unfortunately, winter weather can also cause additional stress on the structure of your house’s design. Ice dams are a particular nuisance you should be aware of and prepared to address as needed.

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Identifying Storm Damage to Your Roof

Winter isn’t coming, it is here already. And with winter comes the winter storms and potential damage to the roof of your home. Weight of snow or ice along with sleet and freezing rain can cause damage to your roof, but with insurance and a good relationship with a local professional contractor it doesn’t have to be a heartbreaker. Roof damage may be a nuisance, but doesn’t have to be a problem if you are prepared and know how to deal with it.

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How to Handle Extensive Hail Damage

Hail storms are fairly common in the United States, extensive damage isn’t a regular issue. Unfortunately, there are occasions in which hail can cause a lot of harm to your home. You hope insurance will pay for it, but whether it does or not, you want to assure the repairs are completed properly and in a timely manner to prevent further damage and so you can get back to your daily life.

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Benefits of Cedar: Roofing and Siding

If you’ve ever noticed a house or building with cedar siding and roofing shingles, you understand how beautiful cedar is as a building material. Were you also aware it’s a natural insect repellent with weather resistance matched by few other woods which makes it a great material structurally as well as cosmetically for the exterior of your home. With regularly scheduled maintenance, cedar will last as long (if not longer) than other materials and can in fact look even better as it ages.

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