Keeping the Rain Where It Belongs: An Homage to Roofs

Roofing Repairs Your Roof Might Need When The Asphalt Shingles Form Blisters

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If you notice small bumps and craters on your asphalt shingles, you should have them checked by a roofer. You might have hail damage or roof blisters. These problems look similar, but they are different kinds of damage, and a roofer can tell them apart just by looking. Roof blisters are fairly common, and they could indicate the need for roof repairs. Here’s the difference between impact damage and blisters and what a roofer may do for the problem.…

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Roof Leak Troubleshooting: An Introduction

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When you’ve got a leaking roof, it can be tough to identify the actual source of the problem. Unless it’s a glaring issue, like a visible hole or obvious roof damage, you’ll have to do some investigation to isolate the source in order to seek the proper repairs. If you’re getting ready to trace the source of your roof leak, it’s important that you have a good idea of the most common culprits.…

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A Few Things To Know About The Sheathing, Underlayment, And Shingles That Form Your Roof

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If you’re having your old asphalt roofing replaced or repaired, you may be wondering what the process entails. You know the shingles have to be replaced, but you may not be familiar with what’s underneath the shingles or how a roof is built. An asphalt roof consists of three basic parts: the sheathing, underlayment, and shingles. Here’s a look at how they form a roof and what a roofer does to them when replacing or repairing your roof.…

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