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Why You Should Check Your Roof for Wind Damage Right Now

Why You Should Check Your Roof for Wind Damage Right Now

June 21st, 2017

Homeowners depend on their roofs to protect the house from the elements like the sun, rain, snow and ice. But your roof has little or no protection from one of its worst enemies: high winds. While the elements can damage your roof over time, strong enough winds can instantly damage even the newest roofs. Just… Read More

There’s More to Your Roof than Shingles

There’s More to Your Roof than Shingles

June 10th, 2017

When most homeowners think about their roof, they usually think about the roofing tiles and hope that the tiles won’t leak. It’s easy to only about the shingles because, when you look at your roof, they are 90% of what you see. But your roof is actually system of components that, together, help protect your… Read More

What’s the Difference Between Architectural & Regular Asphalt Roofing Shingles?

What’s the Difference Between Architectural & Regular Asphalt Roofing Shingles?

May 29th, 2017

If this is the year you’ve decided to get a new roof, you’re no doubt well into comparing of quotes, and wondering what’s included in each one and how to compare ‘apples to apples’. First, if the roofing companies you asked to quote are worth your business, they’ll be happy to answer your questions. And… Read More

3 Advantages of Fibreglass Roofing Shingles

3 Advantages of Fibreglass Roofing Shingles

May 17th, 2017

When it’s time to repair or replace their roofs, homeowners always wonder about the different roofing materials available and which one they should choose. Roofing shingles are by far the most popular choice, but you must still choose between the different types of shingles. In a previous post, we mentioned that the best choice of… Read More

How to Paint Your Vinyl Siding

How to Paint Your Vinyl Siding

April 22nd, 2017

If your home is clad in vinyl siding, you probably don’t give it much thought. Vinyl is famous for its durability and low maintenance that can see it last for decades. Even better, if you feel that your siding is looking a little weather-beaten, you don’t necessarily have to replace it. Unless there is actual… Read More

Avoid ‘Low-Cost’ Roof Replacement if You Really Want to Save Money

Avoid ‘Low-Cost’ Roof Replacement if You Really Want to Save Money

April 7th, 2017

You’re wise not to waste money. You work hard for it and you deserve to get the highest value for all your efforts. Unfortunately, getting good value from a purchase is not always a simple, straight-line ‘pay less’ proposition. In other words, if something has a lower price now, but costs you more in repair… Read More

How to Choose a Shingle Colour for Your New Roof

How to Choose a Shingle Colour for Your New Roof

March 22nd, 2017

What do I want for breakfast? Do I want to use the grey belt or the black one with my outfit? Shall I pass the car in front of me? While these questions don’t seem related, they are the sorts of questions that are part of the estimated 35,000 decisions that each adult makes every… Read More

Spring-Cleaning Tips or Your Roof

Spring-Cleaning Tips or Your Roof

March 13th, 2017

First you need to clean-up the house, then you need to clean out the garage and set-up the patio furniture, get the garden going, fertilize the lawn and point up the mortar. The last thing you’re looking for is yet one more thing to do this spring. But this one’s particularly important. It you don’t… Read More

3 Ways to Get Rid of Ice Dams

3 Ways to Get Rid of Ice Dams

February 24th, 2017

We mentioned in our last post, and in many others before it, about ice dams and the damage they can cause to your roofing shingles and even inside your home. As spring approaches, the warmer temperatures and more frequent fluctuation between above and below freezing temperatures are a prime environment for ice dam formation. While… Read More

The Winter Tales Your Roof Can Tell

The Winter Tales Your Roof Can Tell

February 10th, 2017

We’ve said it many times, but few homeowners spare a thought about their roof until it’s too late. At no time of year is that more true than in winter. Unless you’re walking around buckets under an umbrella in your house, you’re not likely to pay any attention to your roof when it’s freezing outside…. Read More

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