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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What Makes Roof Insulation Energy Efficient?

As temperatures begin to climb for a few days at a time, you’re going to start thinking about installing your air conditioners around your home to keep the air moving and comfortable. Adding insulation to your roof can help make your home more energy-efficient, lowering your heating and cooling costs! What Makes Insulation Energy Efficient? […]

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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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How Often Should My Roof Be Inspected?

Your roof is constantly working to keep your home safe from the elements, but that doesn’t mean it is not susceptible to damage. Depending on materials, weather conditions and age, the number of times you should inspect your roof may vary. The National Roofing Contractors Association recommends at least two self-checks per year, but that […]

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How Can I Tell If My Roof Has Suffered From Wind Damage?

Strong winds can cause damage to your roof, even without rain, snow or hail. Winds can develop stress points along your roof, which can eventually compromise the structure over years of pressure. Maintaining your roof and replacing fallen shingles is crucial to immediately protecting the interior of your home, but having your roof inspected at […]

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