Inspecting Your Roof After A Winter Storm

Winter weather, especially in Massachusetts, can be extremely damaging to your roof. What might start as a small problem or leak caused by a storm could end up becoming a very costly and extensive fix if it’s not addressed in a timely manner. Throughout this winter season, make sure to keep an eye out for […]

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5 Things to Know Before You Replace Your Roof

One of the most important components of your home is your roof. It keeps water and other weather out and keeps cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter inside. While no one enjoys paying thousands of dollars on a roof replacement, it is one of the unfortunate necessarily evils of homeownership. […]

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Types of Maintenance to Perform on Your Roof This Fall

Fall is the perfect season to perform maintenance on your home’s roof. As the leaves fall from the trees, you’ll need to keep up with cleaning and repairs to make sure your roof is ready for winter and the cold, wet weather that accompanies it. Here are a few maintenance tips to perform on your […]

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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 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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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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Signs Your Roof is in Need of Repair

As you look around your home to determine what improvement projects need to be completed first, you may be wondering if any work needs to be done to your roof. There could be some signs of damage that require a closer look. Shingle Damage Your shingles will be the most visible damage done to your […]

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3 Signs Your Roof Needs Replacing

As the snow melts away, you may begin to notice signs of wear and tear on your roof. Making sure your home is structurally sound is important to your safety, and your roof is the first line of defense you have against the elements. Here are some signs that your roof is in need of […]

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Why You Should Have Your Roof Inspected This Spring

After a harsh winter complete with back-to-back storms, the promise of milder weather and warmer temperatures is looming on the horizon. As the snow begins to melt, you’ll be provided with an ideal time to check your roof for any problems that may have formed under the pressure of heavy snow and high winds over […]

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