Let A Roofing Company Eliminate Your Bat Problems By Fixing These Common Areas

Posted on: 25 August 2015
While no one wants to think about the possibility of bats living in their home, it happens more often than you think. Sure, they don't like you any more than you like them, but that doesn't make them any less of a threat. Bats have the potential to carry rabies, which is quite dangerous to humans when they are bit or scratched. If you think you might be dealing with bats in your home, there are a few places you might need to look to get rid of them.
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Prepare for Winter Early: Fall Home Maintenance You Should Get Started On

Posted on: 25 August 2015
The autumn season is just around the corner, and as the weather changes so do your priorities in home maintenance and preparation. With the coming of fall comes the promise of winter, a time of year that can wreak havoc on your home if you are not well-prepared. So, as the weather begins to turn crisp and the fall leaves begin to change color, get to know some of the home maintenance tasks you should get started on to make your winter season uneventful (when it comes to home maintenance and repairs, at least).
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Three Tips To Help You Repair Small Leaks On Your Roof

Posted on: 24 August 2015
If you have an older roof, there may be some repairs that you can do yourself. Things like patching a nail hole or replacing a loose shingle are simple repairs that you may want to do yourself. Doing these repairs correctly will ensure that you do not have leaks and damage that lead to costly repairs. Here are some tips to help you with some of the small repairs you may want to do yourself:
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2 Benefits Of Reroofing By Applying New Asphalt Tiles Over Existing Asphalt

Posted on: 24 August 2015
When a significant portion of your roof is impaired, repairing may be either too expensive, not feasible due to its overall condition, or both. Therefore, you will need to reroof most or all of the entire area. Fortunately, reroofing does not mean that you must remove the damaged portions of an asphalt roof before you replace it with new materials. In most cases, you can apply new shingles over the damaged units and save yourself time, money and frustration while getting the benefits of a new roof.
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