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2 Possible Reasons Why Your Home Roof’s Shingles Are Buckling

8 July 2021
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While looking at your roof from the ground, you may have noticed that it has taken on a wavy appearance. Upon closer examination, you may have found that there are areas on the roof where the shingles look like they are buckling up in the center. If your roof's shingles are buckling, this means that water is most likely seeping under them. There are a couple of possible reasons why this buckling is occurring, both of which requiring a professional to fix the issues. Read More …

Roofing Repairs That Stop A Leaky Ridge Vent

7 July 2021
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If you have an asphalt shingle roof, it probably has a ridge vent. A ridge vent runs along the peak of your roof and it allows hot air from your attic to escape to the outdoors. A ridge vent might be made of asphalt shingles or metal. Like the rest of the roof, the vent might start leaking due to age, storms, and sun exposure. Here are some roofing repairs that may be needed to stop a leaky ridge vent. Read More …

Signs To Look For Indicating Your Business’s Flat Roof Needs Professional Attention

6 July 2021
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If the flat roof on your business's building has quite a few years on it, you may worry that it could start leaking at any given time. However, whenever you walk around on it to inspect it, you may not be able to detect any damage in dry weather, leading you to believe that it is still in good condition. However, there may be indicators of damage that can only be seen during or directly after it rains. Read More …

5 Benefits Of Built-Up Roofing

30 June 2021
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If your building needs a new roof, consider a built-up roof (BUR). These roofs are made of durable membranes covered in thick layers of bitumen, a material similar to asphalt.  1. Fire Resistance Fire can be a real concern, particularly in densely populated industrial settings or in more rural settings with wildfire risks. In this case, BUR systems are ideal because the thick layer of asphalt provides protection from blowing sparks and embers. Read More …

5 Things That Can Impact Your Roof Replacement

29 June 2021
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A roof replacement is not always as simple as tearing off old shingles and nailing on new. There are several things that can impact the process of putting in a new roof.  1. Interior Leak Damage Before replacement begins, your roofer should inspect the interior of the attic for signs of leak damage. If roof leaks have caused damage to insulation or mold on the wood framing in the attic, then you will need to replace the insulation and repair any damaged rafters or trusses at the same time as the new roof installation. Read More …