making decisions about roof replacements

making decisions about roof replacements

  • Strategies To Protect Your Roof From Copper Thieves

    Finding a cat in a tree is one thing, but coming home to discover a copper thief can't get down from your roof is a whole different matter. Shockingly, theft and vandalism to roofs is more common than most people realize. Copper fetches a good price at no-questions-asked scrap yards and thieves desperate for money are willing to tear out copper from the top of your home to get it. Taking preventive measures to curtail copper theft is a must or else you could become a victim of a bizarre - and costly - crime.

  • Tips To Help Keep Your Shingle Roof From Buckling

    Having buckled roof shingles is usually enough to destroy the aesthetic appeal of a home. Add to this the high costs of repairing such a roof, and the increased risk of blow-offs that buckling presents, and you end up with a problem that most homeowners would rather not deal with. The best way out of a roof-buckling problem is to prevent it. Here are tips that will help you do so.

  • How To Prevent Ice Dams From Forming On Your Roof

    Ice dams occur when water freezes on your roof, forming a physical barrier that prevents water from melting snow and ice higher up on your roof from flowing down through the gutter system. When this happens, water can pool on your roof, and soak through your shingles and into your home, causing interior damage and posing the risk of mold and mildew growth. Thankfully, there are a number of things that you can do to prevent ice dams from forming on your roof:

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    making decisions about roof replacements

    Is the roof on your home ready for replacement? If so, do you know what type of roofing you are going to have installed to replace it? Will you have the existing roof removed, or just have the home re-roofed? You will face several decisions while you work to replace the roof on your home. Scroll through my site to find a great list that can help you decide what product and method of installation will be best for your home. Hopefully, the information provided will take some of the confusion and stress out of this big, important home improvement project.