How To Care For Your New Clay Roof

Posted on: 25 April 2019
You've just had a clay roof installed on your home and you want to protect this costly investment. After all, your clay roof took a lot of time to install and you want to maintain its beauty and unique allure as long as possible. You chose this type of roofing structure for its longevity and visual appeal as well as the energy savings you can have by the way this material works with sunlight.
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4 Tips To Help You With Care And Repair Needs Of Your New Solar Roof Installation

Posted on: 22 March 2019
If you are wanting to invest in solar energy for your home without installing large, unsightly panels, solar roofing is the solution you are looking for. These are attractive roofing materials that have the solar cells integrated into their design. Solar roofing also needs maintenance and occasional repairs. The following tips will help you with the maintenance and repairs for your new solar roof is going to need. 1. Choosing the Type of Solar Roofing to Install on Your Home
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Three Extremely Durable Roofing Materials

Posted on: 23 January 2019
The durability of your roof plays a central role in determining just how much maintenance, cleaning and repair work you'll have to complete over the course of its lifespan. Understanding the benefits and drawbacks of the three most common types of highly durable roofing solutions can help you pick the one that is best suited for your home's needs. Metal Roofing Metal roofing can come in either larger panels, which can be installed much quicker, or in shingles, which can recreate the classic appearance of asphalt roofs.
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Commercial Roof Protection Tips

Posted on: 24 December 2018
Check Flashing Commercial roofs aren't as barren as residential roofs. In addition to shingles, your commercial roof is likely the foundation for the building's main HVAC unit and might have protruding chimneys or similar objects. For that reason, thin metal strips or panels, called flashing, have been laid around these protrusions to support them and prevent substantial leaks at those points.  However, flashing can wear down like anything else might. Corrosion is a possibility, as is loosening of individual metal strips.
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