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Top 5 Roof Types to Consider for Your Home

Top 5 Roof Types to Consider for Your Home

Getting a new roof installed is a great way to increase the property value and curb appeal of your home. And while variety is usually a good thing, the sheer amount of options when it comes to roofing materials may become daunting for a homeowner. To help you on your...
What to do In the Event of a Roof Leak

What to do In the Event of a Roof Leak

When you notice a random paint bubble or a dark spot on your ceiling, your roof most likely has a leak. Roof leaks can cause a LOT of damage if they aren’t fixed quickly. What seems to be “just a spot” cannot just “get fixed later.” Here’s what you need to do when you...
Hidden Perils of an Old Roof

Hidden Perils of an Old Roof

From wind, storms, rain, hail and Father Time, roofs take a beating. A roof that’s been installed for over 20 years has diminished over time and cannot protect your home as well as it once did. Many insurance companies will not cover an old roof for this very reason...
Ice Dams: What Are They and How Can They Be Prevented?

Ice Dams: What Are They and How Can They Be Prevented?

While it may be fun to build a snowman this winter, snow (and ice) bring some not-so-fun things for your home. Ice dams are not only a wintertime nuisance, but they can be very damaging to your home. The good news is that they can be prevented before they cause a lot...
Will Homeowners Insurance Cover Roof Damage?

Will Homeowners Insurance Cover Roof Damage?

Roof damage isn’t something most people have to deal with often. In fact, roofs are designed to last for at least 20 years, so problems could be few and far between. When a problem does arise, many homeowners have questions, especially when it comes to insurance...
FREEZE! Top Tips For A Repair-Free Winter

FREEZE! Top Tips For A Repair-Free Winter

With so much happening in the month of December (shopping, holiday parties, Christmas) most people put off any and all home maintenance tasks, especially the ones outside. After all, who wants to be out when it’s freezing outside?!   The only problem? Small...
Can Your Roof Handle Santa’s Sleigh?

Can Your Roof Handle Santa’s Sleigh?

It’s hard to imagine what Santa goes through on Christmas eve. According to one source, after all the toys are loaded up his sleigh weighs more than 2 million tons and he has to travel about 1,800 miles every second! With so many homes to get to, it’s important...