Residential Roofing

What’s the process if my roof is damaged?

By Kirsten Land / January 2, 2018

When a roof sustains damage from a storm, it’s usually not the only thing damaged. Hail and high winds can also cause damage to your gutters, siding, garage door, exterior paint, and more. Sometimes roof damage results in leaks that affect the interior of your home, too.

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How a roof maintenance program can save you money

By Kirsten Land / December 5, 2017

When considering whether to invest in a roof maintenance program, many homeowners think they don’t need it because they don’t have any tree limbs near their roof. But tree limbs aren’t the only roof hazards that can cause major problems. When it comes to roof maintenance, having an expert set of eyes regularly on your roof can save you lots of money.

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Don’t sweat it: simple summer prep for your home

By Kirsten Land / May 16, 2017

As spring turns into summer, now’s the perfect time to do a few simple chores that will prepare your home and yard for warmer weather and spending time with friends and family.

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Fortify your roof and home against severe weather

By Kirsten Land / May 2, 2017

We frequently get called out to repair or replace roofs that were damaged after severe storms. High winds and hail—those are two things you never want to see in a forecast.

But, weather happens.

What can you do to protect your home from potentially damaging storms? One way is to fortify your roof and your home. Here’s what that looks like.

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Spotting springtime leaks in your roof and gutters

By Kirsten Land / April 18, 2017

April showers bring May flowers. They also bring something else: the chance for you to check your gutters and your roof for leaks.

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Let your roof breathe

By Kirsten Land / August 2, 2016

We often work on roofs that have been improperly ventilated. This happens for any number of reasons, but there are some common issues that occur whenever a roof isn’t ventilated enough.

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Be careful when you DIY!

By Kirsten Land / May 17, 2016

Lots of people love to be handy around the house. It gives you a sense of satisfaction and can save you money in the short term. But if it’s something that’s dangerous or requires special training, consider doing a risk analysis before attempting it. Imagine this…

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Who pays for your roof damage?

By Kirsten Land / May 3, 2016

Imagine this: You switch carriers for your home insurance in May. In June, several of your neighbors are hiring roofers to repair spring storm damage, so you decide to do the same. But once your roof’s been inspected by a roofer, you realize there’s significant damage that happened while you were covered by your previous insurance agency. Your new insurance carrier won’t pay for that damage!

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Prevent insurance headaches with these 4 tips

By Kirsten Land / January 5, 2016

Ice and snow are beautiful to look at, but they sure can wreak havoc on our homes! Pretty as it is, ice and snow can be very heavy and damaging. And the result can be quite expensive and time consuming. Thankfully, our homeowner’s insurance usually does a pretty good job of helping put us back together after any kind of storm causes damage to our homes. But is there a way to limit your need to file those pesky claims? What if taking just a little bit of time around your property could save you from those insurance headaches?

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Pre-winter roof maintenance

By Kirsten Land / November 17, 2015

While it seems like fall just started, winter is now around the corner. And that means it’s roof maintenance time! While that does mean we’re going to bedding our bi-annual roof inspections for our Roof Maintenance clients, it also means it’s a good time for you as a home owner to do the same. So…

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