Repair or Replacement? Getting Advice from a Roofer

Metal Roof Options For A Cottage-Style House

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A cottage-style home may bring to mind quaint Victoriana homes or slightly wild English cottages. Yet, a metal roof, with its durability and low maintenance, may still be a desirable addition to your cottage. Fortunately, there are more options than just the angular standing seam metal roof. The following guide can help inspire your next roof choice. Scalloped or “Fish scale” Scalloped shingles are sometimes called fish scale due to their shape.…

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3 Things To Add To Your New Roof

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Discovering that your home needs a new roof installed can be frustrating. With the cost of an average roof replacement running between $4,663 and $8,951, you may be tempted to try and reduce your roofing replacement costs in any way possible. While scoring a great deal is important, there are some add-ons that shouldn’t be overlooked when replacing your home’s roof. Here are three things you should consider adding to your new roof in the future.…

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Important Considerations When Choosing A Roofing Material For A New England Colonial Home

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New England Colonials were named for the region where British settlers originally built the home styles between the early 1600s and mid-1700s. The homes typically combine rustic simplicity with medieval Europe-inspired accents. Features include combinations of brick and wood siding, a large centered chimney, and simple windows accented with diamond shapes over the panes. A saltbox roof, which has a shorter segment in front and a steeper sloped longer rear section, tops off the structure.…

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