The Perks Of Synthetic Tiles

Posted on: 27 December 2017
If you want to upgrade your home, you should focus on the roofs. That is, roof replacement is a costly investment, but it is the type of project that is ultimately going to add a lot of value to your home. A new roofing material can also improve the insulation of your property, and decrease your monthly bills. Obviously, some materials are more energy efficient and have better insulation ratings than others.
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4 Common Problems With Commercial Flat Roofs

Posted on: 14 December 2017
While some homes are built with flat roofs, this type of roofing is much more popular for commercial buildings, such as warehouses, office buildings, and retail stores. While commercial flat roofs can last a long time, they do develop problems. If you own commercial property that has a flat roof, be diligent about watching for the following problems: Leaks One of the most common issues with flat roofs is leaks. Unlike slanted roofs where water can run down, a leak in a flat roof can lead to water seeping into the building or dripping directly through the ceiling.
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Protective Roofing Plans For Areas Prone To Storms

Posted on: 2 December 2017
Do you live in hurricane alley or tornado alley? Has the last two or three decades changed the way you look at storms, or are you a first-time home buyer wondering why older homes lack protective materials when storms are a yearly, regular issue? A lot has changed in just a few years as weather patterns shift, but it's not difficult to pick and place materials that can protect your building throughout multiple homes--or at least be good enough to convince your insurance company to give a discount.
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3 Parts Of Your Roof That May Fail First

Posted on: 17 November 2017
If your roof is getting more advanced in age, you need to keep a close eye on it. There are parts of your roof that may start to age before other parts, so you will need to keep a closer eye on those parts. Doing maintenance on the parts of your roof that age more quickly will extend the overall life of your roof and allow you to replace your roof when you have the funds to do so.
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