Maximize Lifespan

12 Ways to Maximize The Lifespan of Your Roof

Residential roofing systems are the first line of defense in protecting your home, family and belongings from the outdoor elements.

While often taken for granted, a well-maintained roof can typically last anywhere between 15-50 years depending on the materials, installation and upkeep methods used.

Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for a neglected roof to deteriorate long before its expiration date; as constant exposure to rain, wind, snow, ice, UV rays and a wide variety of pests, birds and/or animals can wreak havoc on the integrity of its internal structures.

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DIY Roof Inspections

8 Simple Tips for Seasonal DIY Roof Inspections (3 Bonus Points Included!)

We all know that regardless of how much we’d like them to, roofs just do not last forever. There comes a time when replacement or repair is necessary, but with that being said, there are ways to ensure you are protecting your residential roof and taking proper care of your shingles in order to extend the life of your home’s roof as long as possible. After all, your roof is your home’s first line of defense against the outdoor elements!

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10 Important Questions

10 Important Questions to Ask a Potential Roofing Contractor Before Hiring Them

The decision has been made – the time has come to replace your home’s roof, you’ve done your research and have collected a list of various roofing contractors, and now you’re seemingly left with more questions than answers.

What’s the next step? What sets these roofing companies apart from each other, and how do I make a choice that’s going to benefit both my wallet and my home’s integrity in the long run?

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