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Roof Problems You Can Learn in a Quick Walk Around Your House

Roof Problems You Can Learn in a Quick Walk Around Your House

November 30th, 2017

Especially if you own an older home, if you’ve been a homeowner for more than a few years, you might have become a bit of an expert in certain areas of home maintenance and renovations. Maybe you’ve had to fix small roof problems, a leaky faucet, replace a window screen of simply try to grow… Read More

How to Check Your Roof from Inside Your Home

How to Check Your Roof from Inside Your Home

November 27th, 2017

We’ve told you before that most homeowners don’t pay enough attention to their roofs. There it is, the thing that protects the house from wind, rain and cold, and when’s the last time you gave it a second thought? OK, we know. Roofs tend to not need too much attention. So, who would bother to… Read More

How to Protect Your Roof and Attic from Mold, Mildew & Fungus Growth

How to Protect Your Roof and Attic from Mold, Mildew & Fungus Growth

October 31st, 2017

The roof on your home has a tough job to do. Not only must it keep you and your family warm and dry for many years, but it needs to do so while being completely exposed to the harshest weather conditions. And the weather conditions here in Toronto and the GTA can be one of… Read More

A Fall Eavestrough Maintenance Checklist

A Fall Eavestrough Maintenance Checklist

October 12th, 2017

Your roof is more than just asphalt shingles. Yes, roofing shingles are the first line of defense in protecting your home against moisture and the elements, but without the other parts of the overall roofing system, you could still suffer as much water damage as if you had leaking shingles. Your eavestroughs play a crucial… Read More

4 Basic Safety Precautions When Working on Your Roof

4 Basic Safety Precautions When Working on Your Roof

September 28th, 2017

In our last post, we talked about the importance of making sure your eavestroughs are clear in the fall, before temperatures drop below freezing. We’ve also stressed the importance of roof inspections as a way to spot early signs of trouble and to help extend the lifespan of your roof. So we got to thinking,… Read More

Why Fall is the Most Important Time to Check Your Eavestroughs

Why Fall is the Most Important Time to Check Your Eavestroughs

September 20th, 2017

Like just about everything else in your home, from your garage door to your furnace, regularly inspecting your roof can add years to is lifespan. By spotting signs of trouble, before they actually become trouble, you can prevent premature wear and tear on your roof and damaging leaks into your home. In addition to checking… Read More

4 Tips for Maintaining a Cedar Roof

4 Tips for Maintaining a Cedar Roof

August 25th, 2017

You probably first thought of installing a cedar roof because of the charming character it adds to any home. Then, when you looked into, you found out all the other advantages of cedar roofing, including its incredible insulating properties, which help you reduce emissions and energy costs; and its weather resistance and overall durability. So… Read More

4 Signs of Potentially Serious Roofing Problems

4 Signs of Potentially Serious Roofing Problems

August 24th, 2017

We’ve told you before that the best way to avoid roofing problems is to regularly check your roof for signs of damage. But there are some signs of roofing troubles that may not necessarily seem urgent, but they could be signs of a significant roofing problem. Aside from the fact that it keeps the wind,… Read More

4 Signs of a Well-Installed Roof

4 Signs of a Well-Installed Roof

August 16th, 2017

There is a lot to like about getting a new roof installed. Aside from the fact that it makes your house look great, it also means you probably won’t have to worry about roof repairs for at least as long as the shingle warranty, which is usually 20 years or more. But you can rely… Read More

Why it’s Crucial to Inspect the Roof Before Buying a House

Why it’s Crucial to Inspect the Roof Before Buying a House

July 24th, 2017

While there are signs that Toronto’s record-setting real estate market is starting to cool a little bit, the recent months of consistent double-digit increases and bidding wars forced some bad habits out of home buyers. Until the market started heating up beyond expectations, a home inspection had become an almost standard part of any offers… Read More

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