The Main Reasons That Roofs Fail

A new roof is one of the best investments that you can make in your home. It provides your home with great value and curb appeal as well as keeping you dry and other benefits. Because roofs are so important, it’s crucial to make sure that your roof was installed correctly. New England weather is […]

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4 Tips to Prepare Your Roof for Spring

The wind, rain, ice, snow and other natural elements that come with winter weather in the Northeast can create a substantial amount of wear and tear on your roof. While we bid farewell to winter weather and prepare for the warmer temperatures of spring, it’s important to check your roof to make sure it’s ready for the […]

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Winter Roof Damage to Look For

Winter weather can be hard to handle. When the temperatures creep below 30 degrees, it’s hard not to think about what can go wrong. This winter is the perfect time to perform easy maintenance that protects and keeps the cold outside. Prevent winter roof damage with these helpful tips. Prevent Ice Dam Formation An ice […]

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What You Should Know About Ice Dams

Between the holiday season and the glistening of freshly fallen snow, the winter months can be magical. But as much as we love the winter months, the inclement weather, cold temperatures, and snow can wreak havoc on your home, roof, and drainage system. One of the most common winter-related issues New England homeowners experience are […]

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Winterizing Your Roof

As winter approaches, homeowners often associate this time with the end of outdoor chores. And while this is true to a large extent, there are still some tasks outside the home that need to be handled before winter sets in, specifically to protect your roof and your home from damage. Clean out your gutters No […]

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How Cleaning Your Gutters Can Prevent Ice Dams

It’s no secret that winter weather can be rough on your home. With snowstorms, sleet, and even heavy rain, houses can really take a beating. Because of this, it is important to take preventative measures to make sure that your house is winter-worthy and ready to hold up against cold-weather specific problems. One of these […]

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Why You Should Remove Snow from Your Roof

Snow removal can be exhausting: start too early, and you’re looking at repeat trips outside throughout the storm, start too late and several inches of snow can be frozen over. Did you know that besides the driveway, porch, and deck, you had another place to consider snow removal? When enough snow piles up on your […]

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Preventing Ice Dams in Your Roof This Winter

With freezing temperatures on the horizon and the first major snow still to come, the threat of ice dams forming on your roof is still strong, especially after a freezing rain. Ice dams can cause significant damage to your home, and performing proper maintenance throughout the winter will prevent them from forming. Keep Your Gutters […]

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5 Roof Maintenance & Repairs for Winter

With the weather changing rapidly from day to day, it’s easy to think that winter is almost over and you can simply move on to spring home improvement projects. However, it is as likely to be in the mid-forties some days as it is to snow. While waiting for the spring to arrive, take the […]

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Ice Dam Prevention & Removal This Winter

Winters in New England can be difficult between bitter temperatures and never-ending snowfall. The effects of winter can cause tremendous wear-and-tear on your roof. As snow accumulates on your roof, ice dams may form, which can cause leaks. What is an Ice Dam? Ice dams form on the edges of your roof as the snow […]

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