Preparing for a Roof Replacement

Congratulations! You’ve taken all the necessary steps to get a new roof. Your contractor will be showing up in a few days to start working. But how do you prepare? How do you get ready? Here a few things you can do to be ready …

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Signs It’s Time For a New Roof

Not sure when the right time is for a new roof? Check out these signs your roof shows when it’s time for a replacement. It is leaking If your roof is leaking or has a hole in it, it is time for a new one. …

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Roofing Terms Simplified

Searching for a roofing contractor can be stressful enough on its own. Add in complicated roofing terms and it gets confusing. Confusion about the terms makes it difficult to understand what you’re getting. Aggregate? Weep holes? Not sure what any of these mean? No worries! …

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Winter Home Survival Guide

Winter is finally here and snow is not too far away. Check out these tips to make sure your home pulls through the winter in one piece. Gutter Cleaning Ideally, your gutters should be cleaned out in the fall to avoid debris overflow. Before the …

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4 Ways You’re Killing Your Home

There are many things a homeowner can do to keep their home healthy and looking good. However, sometimes going overboard with too many changes can hurt rather than improve a home. A healthy home is a happy home.  Here are some things that hurt rather …

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Roof Maintenance

The roof is an essential part of your home that sometimes tends to be forgotten about. Out of sight out of mind right? Unfortunately, you can’t just put a roof on and forget all about it. Regular maintenance and inspections are necessary to make sure …

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Weekend Home Improvement

Home improvement projects can take some time and be hefty investments, but once complete it can be worth the effort. Home improvement projects can help to brighten up your home, help your home feel less cluttered and even improve the resale value of your home. …

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Roofing In New England

Long Winters, New Roofing? Not Quite Yet When living in New England the life expectancy of your roof is anticipated to be a bit lower when compared to homes in dryer or more temperate parts of the US. According to the National Roofing Contractors Association the …

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