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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Spring Is Almost Here: Tips For Cleaning Your Roof After A Long Winter

Posted on: 8 February 2017
Winter can wreck havoc on your roof. Once the rain stops falling and the ice has melted from your roof, you can clean your roof and the surrounding areas, helping to protect your roof and remove any hazards that winter may have brought to it. Here are a few tips for cleaning your roof in the spring. Trim Back Tree Branches Strong winds and heavy rains may have damaged tree branches.
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What Should You Do About Exposed Nail Heads on Your Roof?

Posted on: 25 January 2017
When your roofing contractor installs your roof, they should be careful to place the top layer of shingles directly over top of the nails in the bottom layer of shingles. This way, the nail heads are protected and water does not seep in around them. However, roofing companies do sometimes make mistakes—or a previous homeowner may have made some DIY roof repairs that are not quite up to snuff. If you look across your roof and see exposed nail heads, this is an issue you'll need to deal with.
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