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Walter Smith

How To Prepare For Roof Installation

If you have been having roofing problems for some time, then installing a new roof in your home can be exciting. However, for the roofing contractors to efficiently install your roof, there are a few things that you need to do to prepare yourself. Take a look at some of the things you should know about roofing installation before a new roof is installed on your home.

3 Ways You Can Void Your Roofing Warranty

After you install a new roof, you get a manufacturer's warranty that covers roofing components and a workmanship warranty that covers installation errors. These warranties ensure that you don't pay out of pocket should anything happen to your roof.  However, some actions can invalidate your warranty even when you mean well. Here are several missteps that will lea

Why You Want Commercial Roofers On The Job

If you have a commercial property that has a roof that has seen better days, you will want to consider hiring a commercial roofing property for a replacement. Sure, you might be interested in doing the work on your own, but that is usually not advisable unless you have a great deal of roofing experience. If you do not have a lot of roofing experience, it is best to le

Flat Roofs For Homes And Other Uses Beyond Conventional Commercial Roofing

Flat roofs have become a more common roof type due to their design flexibility and low maintenance options. Flat roofs have been used for centuries in architecture and work well with contemporary designs and additions. They are designed to withstand heavy snowfall, lower thermal conductivity, vapor barriers that prevent moisture buildup and require little maintenance

Two Types of Roofing That Could Provide Better Protection Against Storms Than Three-Tab Shingles

Once you've been through a bad storm that destroyed your roof, you might wonder if you should install better roofing on your home when you have repairs done. You may not have much choice if your insurance company is paying the bill, but if you're looking for roofing more durable than three-tab shingles, take a look at metal or high-grade asphalt shingles. Here's why t