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Why do you need a strong roof on your home? To support Santa's sleigh, of course! In a more realistic sense, however, a strong roof is important for your home's protection. It keeps the wind and rain outside, and it also insulates your home against the chill of winter and the heat of summer. Most people think of roofs as being made from shingles, but roofers can make a strong roof from slate, tile, metal, or an array of other materials, too. We hope that as you read this roofing blog, you gain a lot of knowledge about the profession and about roofs in general.

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The Benefits Of Selecting A Saltwater Pool Over A Chlorinated Pool

If you are looking to have a new pool installed, one of the decisions that you need to make is deciding whether to have a chlorinated pool or a saltwater pool. Both chlorine and salt can be used to sanitize the pool and prevent algae growth. A pool installation business will need to know what type of pool you prefer, as the equipment, such as the pump and filtration system, used for chlorinated versus salt pools is different. Read More 

A Commercial Concrete Pressure Cleaning Service Can Make the Entry to Your Building Clean and Fresh

One of the best ways to clean concrete is with pressure washing. The force of the water can remove ground-in dirt and stains, so the concrete looks much lighter and newer. You get used to seeing the front of your office building, so you may not even realize how bad the concrete looks. You will probably be surprised at how much better your entry looks after pressure cleaning. Here are some important things to know about commercial concrete pressure cleaning. Read More 

4 Instances When You Should Consider Flat Roof Replacement Services

Every homeowner or commercial building owner will come to a point where they will have to decide whether their roof needs to be repaired or replaced. Many factors play into this decision like the age, condition, aesthetic appeal, and functionality of the current roof. Depending on the severity of the damage and the age of your roof, repair may be a more viable option. However, there are certain circumstances when replacement is an ideal solution. Read More 

2 Types Of Damage Roofing Contractors Look For After A Bad Storm And Repairs They Might Make

If you have an asphalt roof that appears to have received damage from a bad storm, you should probably call a roofer as soon as you can since they may be getting many calls and will book up fast. Roofing contractors are especially busy after a big storm, so don't wait too long to call for a roof check. While you wait, you can talk to your insurance agent about how to proceed with the roof check and file a claim so you can take quick action if the roofer says your roof needs to be repaired or replaced. Read More 

How Noticing Small Roofing Problems In Time Will Save You Money

A commercial roof wears out like all other roofing systems, and a minor issue can become bigger if you are not keen on inspections. As the building owner or manager, you should form a habit of having the roof inspected regularly. Timely discovery of problems will help you get the needed repairs. Here are ways that a timely roofing problem diagnosis can save you money.  Ponding Water and Drainage Issues Read More