Roof Maintenance Tips to Prepare for Fall

For most New Englanders, “fall” calls to mind sweaters, hot cocoa, and colorful leaves. However, for homeowners, it should bring to mind some much-needed home maintenance – specifically on the roof. Here are 5 essential tips homeowners need to follow to prepare their roofs for fall.  1. Get a roof inspection. Many homeowners often forego […]

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Two Weather Factors that Affect Your Roof in Summer

After a long winter, you may think that potential issues affecting your roof are in the rearview, not to be thought of until the next cold front hits. However, there are several issues that can arise during summer weather, affecting the stability of your roof and requiring emergency maintenance or repairs. Make sure to keep […]

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Why You Should Schedule a Roof Inspection This Spring

Over the winter, you probably went through and made a list of home improvement projects to undertake this spring and summer in order to make sure everything is performing at its peak and will be able to withstand another year of rapidly changing weather. Is a roof inspection on your list? You should be having […]

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How to Tell if Your Roof Needs to be Replaced

Replacing your roof can be an intimidating prospect: you may not want to turn your home into an active construction site, and you may not feel the need to fix a roof that is not leaking or displaying any signs of needing repair. However, replacing your roof and having it inspected should be a part […]

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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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Prepare for Winter by Having Your Roof Inspected

Winter is quickly approaching, with rain soon to turn into heavy snow weighing down your roof. As leaves fall and land on your roof and in your gutters, the time to have your roof inspected is here. You should be having your roof inspected at least twice per year, but the number will vary based […]

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4 Roof Maintenance Tips for Fall

Performing roof maintenance in the fall is important to preparing for the unpredictable New England winter. If your roof needs repairs or needs to be replaced, now is the time to schedule work and maintenance. Follow these tips to get your roof ready this fall and protect your home throughout the winter. Trim Your Tree […]

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Why is My Roof Failing?

A quality roof is built to last nearly 25 years with the proper care and routine maintenance. However, it is not engineered to last forever, and you may begin to notice signs of failure. If you are unsure why your roof is malfunctioning, take the following factors into consideration. Maintenance Schedule or Neglect If you’re […]

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Taking Care of Your Attic This Summer

As the summer heat continues to beat down on your roof this summer, you will want to make sure it is doing its part to keep your home cool in the rising heat, particularly when it comes to your attic. Your home’s attic can reach extreme highs during the summer and even absorb the cool […]

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Selecting the Best Shingles for Your Roof

  When it comes to picking out new shingles for your roof, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the variety available on the market between composition, style, and color. Living in New England means you will also have to take durability into consideration since your roof has to hold up against unpredictable weather patterns. Consider […]

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