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Home ventilation myths debunked

We’re coming up on that time of year once again when you need to protect the inside of your home from the rapidly dropping temperatures. But don’t fall victim to myths and advice that can actually hurt your home!

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Why is roof maintenance important?

You may have a roof over your head. But what is keeping that roof up and running? Have you invested in a roof maintenance plan to keep everything in ship shape? There are several reasons why you would do just that in order to protect not only your home or commercial property, but your wallet as well.

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What goes under shingles?

The outer layer of your roof is just the first line of defense against light, heat, rain, and whatever else nature throws your home’s way. There is much more going on up there than just some asphalt tiles nailed to the top of a house. Let’s take a look at what is under the shingles you see.

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When should you replace roof insulation?

Your home needs insulation. It is part of what goes into making a home comfortable to live in. If you want to have a healthy house, you will need to know a little bit about insulation or at least when you should go about replacing old materials.

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Caring for your roof in stormy weather

Severe weather in Oklahoma is an unfortunate eventuality. Luckily, a high-quality roof that is maintained with proper upkeep has the ability to stand against rough conditions for a long time. So what should you do if you are in an area recently hit by strong storms?

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How does wind damage a roof?

 Wind is a well known destructive force in Oklahoma. But how exactly does strong wind damage your home’s roof? And what does it look like? Severe weather can cause damage to a roof in two ways. One is by way of throwing debris up against the roof itself. Anything moving fast enough can remove shingles,…

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Why roof ventilation is important

 Roof ventilation is an important and necessary part of your home’s functionality. Without proper ventilation, energy bills can rise and your home can be seriously damaged. Ventilation in your attic allows air to pass in and out of your home. This keeps your home from getting too hot and from collecting too much moisture. The…

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What roofing material is most energy efficient?

 You can have a roof covered by asphalt shingles, metal, slate, clay tiles, and more. But which material is the most energy efficient? If solar tiles or a “green” roof are allowed by your homeowner’s association, they may be able to offset energy costs while working to protect your roof.  However, there are other ways…

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