Rock On! The Benefits Of Slate Roofing

Posted on: 29 June 2018
If you are looking to replace the roofing on your home, you will quickly find that there are many different roofing options available to you. Trying to determine which one is best for you may seem like a daunting task. However, looking at the advantages of different types of roofs can help you zero in on the roofing option that has the benefits that make the most sense for your situation and needs.
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What You Should Know About Using Seamless Gutters for Your Home

Posted on: 12 June 2018
Has the time finally come to replace your home's gutters? If so, you may be looking to switch to seamless gutters to eliminate the problems that the old ones had. Here are some things to know about using seamless gutters. Seamless Gutters Still Have Seams Don't be misled by the name since seamless gutters still have seams in them. The catch is that there will just be fewer seams along the gutters.
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What Every Homeowner Needs To Know About Hail Damage & Protecting Their Property

Posted on: 8 May 2018
A hail storm can cause a massive amount of damage. In fact, Colorado had an enormous hail storm that initially resulted in 1.4 billion dollars in damages to homes and vehicles, but a year later the estimates were closer to 2.3 billion. This is because, sometimes, damage from hail isn't readily seen immediately after a hail storm. If you live in an area that has had a hail storm or is prone to hail storms, it's important that you understand the types of damage hail can cause to roofing and siding.
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3 Step Guide To Safely Removing Vines Growing On Your Shingled Roof

Posted on: 23 February 2017
If you have ivy growing on your home's roof that has gotten out of control, you may worry that the vegetation may start breaking up the shingles. If you want to remove the ivy without causing further damage to your roof, use the three steps below. Step 1:  Cover Any Important Plants Near Your House During the first step, you need to cover any important plants that are growing along the side of your house.
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