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Roofing ABCs - Roof Construction

Over the years, roof construction technology has evolved to a point where roof life can last over 100 years. This is quite an impressive feat when you consider the amount of weather a typical roof can be exposed to. It must be able to withstand rain, snow, hail, constant sunshine, moss, tree branches and more. As building professionals have tested what works and what doesn't, they've come up with some very reliable materials and designs that give homeowners added assurance that their roof will not leak and that it will last for years to come...Read Full Article

Should You Hire Roofing Contractors to Repair or Replace Your Roof?

The question of repairing your roof or replacing it is one of the most common uncertainties among homeowners faced with a leak.  To get the most accurate answer, your best bet is to contact a professional roofing contractor to evaluate your situation.  Nevertheless, we also have some pointers to keep in mind about your options.  Being that the roof is one of the most important components of your home, you want to make sure you do your homework unless you want to have pots and pans throughout your home collecting drips of water every time there is a rain storm...Read Full Article

Roofing Materials: Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt Shingles are the most common type of roofing material. If you were to look at the majority of the homes in the United States, it is estimated that nearly ninety percent of them would have some type of asphalt shingle roofs.  So why do so many people choose them?  Is it their look and style?  Is it durability?  Is it simply a price issue?  In reality, the answer is that it's a combination of all of these things. There are two main types of asphalt shingles.  The first is a fiberglass shingle which has a base mat made of glass fibers that are coated in ceramic mineral granules.  The benefit of the fiberglass shingle includes being more light weight, more fire resistant and are more resistant to cracking...
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