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Talk about being haunted by the shades of high school geometry past but when it comes to figuring out roof pitch, you do actually owe a debt of gratitude to your math teacher
Critters taking over your attic? Get the roof repair experts to stop them in their tracks.
Roof repair specialist for all types of homes, no matter how large or small!
Dealing with home insurance claims after a roof repair disaster can be like salt on a wound.
Roof repair is as good for your brick siding as it is for your asphalt shingles.
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The trick to this kind of roof repair is to make sure the collar fits snugly on the pipe and the edges where it touches the shingles are well-sealed with roofing.
Modular homes are like Lego sets; preformed sections of houses that mix and match. As a child, most of us loved those bright yellow, blue and red pieces of plastic with holes and nobbies sticking out.
Roofing a DIY project should not be taken on even if you're in great shape, have some roofing skills and plenty of time. Hire a licensed, certified and insured roofer, you'll be happy you did!
When researching roof repair companies, there are a few basics to keep in mind to make sure that you end up with a good one.
You won't necessarily be able to see a rotten fascia board, but you can see its effects. Fascia boards are the ones attached to the ends of the rafters holding up your roof.
Calcium chloride is ice melt, those small white pellets like giant table salt that you throw down to melt ice on your sidewalk. Why do you care about ice on the roof when you're not walking on it?
Your roof is built with slopes for a good reason - to direct the rainfall away from your house but without a functional gutter system it pours over the edge, creating a mess of problems.
Doing regular roof cleaning helps to maintain the structural part of your home that provides its primary protection. When your roof in not in good shape, the rest of the house suffers.
You wonít like the results if you donít.