Repair or Replacement? Getting Advice from a Roofer

Four Tips To Help You Do Your Own Roof Tear-Off And Repairs

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If you have an asphalt roof, it will eventually need to be replaced. One of the major costs of a roof replacement is tearing off the old shingles. This is why you may want to do this work yourself if you have a roof that is low-pitched and easy to get on to. You may also want to do repairs to decking and other problems before you have a new roof installed.…

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Repairing a Damaged Cedar Roofing Shingle

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Cedar is a beautiful material to use in a home. For one, it is natural material, and when harvested in a sustainable way, it will not create problems for the environment. Moreover, when your roof reaches the end of its purpose life, you can use the shingles for other projects like bird houses or folk art, but you can also put them in a landfill with the knowledge that they are completely biodegradable.…

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Three Ways To Green Your Roof Without Getting A Roof Replacement

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If you’re not planning on replacing your roof anytime soon (for example, if you have a metal roof that’s expected to last another 45 years), you may wonder what you can do to improve its eco-friendly properties and save on cooling bills. Never fear; there are a number of things you can do to an existing roof to make it cooler and more earth-friendly. Here are four options, some non-invasive and some more complex, that can transform your current roof into a more eco-friendly one.…

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