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Roof Replacement Timeline: How Long Does It Really Take?

Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home. It protects you from the elements and keeps your home safe and dry. But what happens when your roof starts to show its age? If you’re thinking about replacing your roof, you may be wondering how long it will take. The amount of …

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Is It Time To Replace Your Gutters? 7 Signs You Can’t Ignore

Are you concerned that it might be time to get new gutters for your house? Are you curious to find out whether your gutters are on the decline or not? If so, then you might want to inspect them for yourself. Many people think it takes a roofing expert to inspect your gutters and see …

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Roof Repair: 9 Common Issues and the Easiest Way to Fix Them

Not all roofs last forever. But sometimes, what you think merits a replacement only needs a repair. It’s essential to keep an eye on your roof and find a reliable roofing contractor to make repairs before installing a new roof becomes unavoidable Many homeowners aren’t aware of some of the most common things that can …

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Common Roof Problems and How We Fix Them

When roofing issues begin to appear, sometimes it’s hard to identify the problem. Here are some of the most common roof problems and how they can be dealt with. Leaks and Ponding Water Dealing with a leaky roof is never fun, unfortunately, this is the most common type of roofing problem. Leaks and ponding water …

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Are Holes In Your House Leaking Heat?

Recessed lights are often “open systems” that allow heat and moisture to pass from the living quarters to the attic. Furthermore, because of the heat generated by the light bulb, some recessed lights are not designed to allow for insulation to come into contact with the can because of fire hazards.

Does Your House Shiver and Sweat?

Insulation comes in many forms, the most common of which are shown below. Ideally, there is a vapor barrier between the house and the insulation to minimize moisture entering the attic from the house. This vapor barrier can be attached to insulation batts or is installed separately.

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