You made an unwritten promise to your family to keep their home warm, dry, and cozy. A leaky roof shatters that promise. You feel helpless: mold and mildew begin to produce their distinct, unpleasant smells. Possessions and family heirlooms become heavy with moisture. Your children’s health suffers. Avoiding the agony of a leaky roof begins with knowing what causes leaks, and moves on to stopping those leaks. Continue reading “How To Avoid The Agony Of A Leaky Roof”
Two times stand prominent in deciding when to get your Minnesota roof repaired: when it is damaged, and when it is accessible. Continue reading “How To Know When You Should Get Your Roof Repaired”
Having a reliable roof on your home is important in order to protect your home from water damage and other types of damage. A timely roof replacement when needed can go a long way toward keeping your home safe. If you’re concerned about cost, keep the following information in mind. Continue reading “How to Make Sure Roof Replacement Doesn’t Blow Your Budget”
Roof replacement is no easy job. It’s also not cheap. As such, it’s important that you find a reputable contractor that’s up to the task. A poor roof replacement will leave your roof vulnerable to future damage and can shorten the expected lifespan as a result. Unfortunately, identifying whether a roof replacement was done properly or not can only be done once the roof starts exhibiting issues. Continue reading “What You Need to Know About Excellent Roof Replacement”
Your home is undeniably one of your biggest and most cherished investments. You love your family’s haven of security and you want to keep the family warm and dry. So, don’t wait for a leak to cause you to think about the roof overhead. Preventive maintenance, inspection, and roof replacement at the right time saves valuable money. It also affords you peace of mind. Need a little more incentive? Here are three reasons you can’t put off replacing your roof.
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Roofs seem simple at first. However, closer examination shows them to be far more dynamic than many imagine. Shingle roofs, the most common type in use today, have been carefully refined over the years to provide excellent reliability and stability. When it’s time for a shingle roof replacement in the Twin Cities, MN, area, knowing a bit more about your roof can help you make the process smoother. Here are a few facts about shingle roofs and what’s involved in the replacement process. Continue reading “Everything You Need To Know About Shingle Roof Replacement”
Your home’s roof has served you well for many years while acting as the first line of defense against the weather and other issues. Eventually, however, there comes a time when you’ll need to replace it. Continue reading “How To Know You Should Replace Your Roof”
Roofing felt is used as a base over wood rafters and then shingles are laid upon it. The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) includes roofing felt in its recommendations for roofing and waterproofing. Building codes also commonly require this material as a layer between the roof deck and shingles. Here are some things you may be wondering about roofing felt. Continue reading “Rainy Roofing: Why The Felt Can Be Wet”
You have taken the bold step of getting your house reroofed. It took a lot of planning, financing, and worry, but you have made it here. What will a reroofing project look like? How should you prepare, both inside and outside your home? Continue reading “What You Need To Know When It’s Time To Reroof Your House”
Most roofs will last a long time, especially if homeowners schedule regular maintenance with a professional roofing contractor and keep a close eye on their roof’s condition. All roofs need to be replaced eventually, however. Especially when repairs become cost prohibitive and it’s clear a new roof is necessary. The question is, how long should your roof last? Also, how can you tell when it’s time to replace your existing roof? Here are some things to consider.
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