Choosing A Good Roof In A Hurricane Zone

Posted on: 8 December 2022

If you live in a hurricane zone, or even in a place that receives tropical storms from time to time, you need to make sure your roof is up to the task. In regions such as these, building codes usually require that roofs meet certain standards as far as strength and design go. But simply meeting the building code requirements is the bare minimum. You can and should pay close attention to the type of roof you're getting to make sure it offers excellent wind and water resistance.
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Replacing Your Home's Aging Roof

Posted on: 1 December 2022

Your home's roof will eventually reach the point where it will have to be replaced. If you are not familiar with this type of home improvement project, you could be at a disadvantage when you need to manage this major project for your house.  Replacing The Roof Can Involve More Than Replacing The Shingles And Tiles Some homeowners might think that a roof replacement is only done to remove the worn-out shingles or tiles so that new ones can be installed.
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What Makes Architectural Shingles Better Than 3-Tab?

Posted on: 28 November 2022

If you're installing a new roof on your home, there's a good chance you're going with some form of asphalt shingles. Asphalt shingles are more common than other roofing types in the United States, but this category isn't monolithic. Instead, asphalt shingles come in two broad categories: 3-tab and architectural. You've probably heard that 3-tab shingles are a more luxurious and higher-end product, but what makes them so good? Is the extra cost worth the benefits you'll see from installing architectural shingles over lower-cost 3-tab options?
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Tips For Getting An Estimate From A Roofing Contractor

Posted on: 21 November 2022

If you need to have your roof replaced, or even if you need major repairs, then you will need to start by getting an estimate. This is a pretty simple task from the perspective of the customer. The roofing contractor usually looks over your roof and home, and then they tell you about how much they will charge if you decide to have them do the work. There are, however, a few simple things you can do to ensure the estimate you get from your roofing company is accurate and complete.
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