how to extend the life of your roof

Fascia Boards: Wood, Composite, Or Vinyl?

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The fascia board is perhaps one of the most important style elements on the outside of your home. It is a key visual style line that is extremely noticeable. But, the fascia board also has an important structural job. If the fascia is not structurally sound, the overhang on your roof might sag. So, you need to mindful of this when it comes to choosing the best material for the fascia on your new home. Read More»

3 Tips To Help Get Your Roof Prepared For The Winter Ahead

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Soon, winter weather will be here and your roof is going to need some maintenance. The sooner you get prepared for winter, the less likely it is going to be for your roof to need repairs. Some of the things you will want to do include checking for damage, insulating the attic and protecting against ice dams. Here are some tips that will help you get your roof ready for the winter months: Read More»

Changing Your Roof Design For The Better During Replacement Projects

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Eventually, you will need to have a new roof installed on your home, which means it is also time for repairs and maybe even a few improvements. There are some improvements that can change your roof for the better when you have it replaced, such as getting rid of water traps or adding natural lighting with dormers or skylights. Here are a few ideas to change your roof design for the better while you are already spending money to have it replaced: Read More»

5 Signs That You Need A New Roof Or Roof Repair

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If your home is looking dilapidated and worn you might need to start looking it over for home repairs. Whether you think you can do without various states of electricity or even hot water the importance of a roof over your head will affect you more that your realize. A roof, no matter how simple, is built to keep the elements away from you while you’re indoors. Whether you have a completely insulated home or not the roof is your key. Read More»

An Energy-Efficient Flat Roof

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Whether you are concerned with using less energy to save the environment or simply to save money, you should make sure that your commercial building is designed in an energy efficient fashion. To this end, you should consider heat gain as your enemy, for the hotter your building gets, the harder your AC equipment has to work to cool it back down. And where does most heat enter your building, through your roof by way of your roofing material. Read More»