Pigeons On Your Roof & The Damage Their Droppings Can Cause

28 July 2018
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There's a superstition that suggests if a pigeon drops poo on you it's supposed to be good luck. When a flock of pigeons drop poo on your roof and in your gutters and chimney, it's definitely not good luck and could lead to costly repairs as well as health risks for you and your family members. Here are a few ways pigeon droppings can destroy your home and create health risks. Read More 

3 Helpful Things To Look For In A Residential Roofing Contractor

16 July 2018
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Having work done to your home's roof should never be taken lightly. Difficult repairs should always be left up to qualified roofing contractors. If you're in need of such a service and want to ensure this experience goes smoothly, you need to look for these three things in one of these roofing specialists. 1. Positive Reviews   When looking for one of these contractors, the most natural place to start is online where you have access to many customer reviews. Read More 

Homeowners Guide To Wood Roofing: 4 Things To Know Before Installing Shakes Or Shingles

25 June 2018
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If you want to have an attractive lightweight roof for your home, wood is a great option. Depending on where you live, there are different types of wood shakes and shingles available. Even though the roofing is real wood, it is very durable and can outlast asphalt shingles with good maintenance. Here are some things that homeowners should know before having wood roofing installed. 1. Underlayments To Protect Against Water Damage And Wood Rot Read More 

Moving To A Storm Prone Area? How You Can Avoid Serious Roofing Damage

5 June 2018
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You don't necessarily have to reside in a full-on tornado zone to understand what it's like to live in a place that gets a lot of storms. When the winds start whipping around your house so roughly that you believe the impact will take out your windows it can be very scary. However, if you've taken some precautions by boarding up the glass panes then you don't have to be as worried as the unprepared. Read More 

How To Repair A Hole In Your Roof

14 May 2018
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A hole in the roof can happen from a few different things. Things such as the weather - storms can damage your roof if a tree branch or other large object hits your roof. You could also end up with a hole in your roof from a leak that over time has caused the wood below your shingles to rot away. You could also have a hole in your roof after removing vent pipes or chimneys from your roof. Read More