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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Four Tips For Going Off Grid By Having Solar Panels Installed On Your Roof

Posted on: 4 January 2017
If you are someone who wants to live off of the grid, finding the best way to supply power to your home is important. Solar panels are often a great option to consider because they allow you to use the energy from the sun to provide power to your home. Depending on where your home is located, getting direct sunlight to the solar panels may be difficult if you simply have them set up at ground level.
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3 Tips To Protect Your Damaged Roof From More Leaks And Water Damage When Storms Keep Coming

Posted on: 19 August 2016
Weather patterns can sometimes be unpredictable, which can include storms that damage the roof of your home. When your roof has been damaged, you may want to have it quickly repaired.  When the weather does not provide a break in the rain, it can be difficult to get repairs done and your home may be exposed to leaks and further problems like water damage. Here are some tips to help you deal with roof damage when the rain just keeps on coming:
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3 Storm-Damage Repairs Hidden Beneath Roofing Damage That Need to Be Addressed

Posted on: 18 August 2016
Storm damage is something that can affect your roof, but when you have a roofer do repairs, other problems may get uncovered. When estimating the costs of repairs or filing an insurance claim, you may want to know about some of these possible repair needs. Here are some storm-damage repairs that may be hidden beneath your roofing. 1. Issues with Water Damage from Unaddressed Leaks in Roofing When you have storm damage to your roof, it can lead to leaks.
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