Roofing Safety - Sudbury, MA 01776

Roofing Safety: What Homeowners Need to Know

When your property becomes a contractor’s work site, safety becomes a top priority, and roofing safety is paramount. The safety-trained roofing contractor will inspect and double-check the work site for potential dangers and resolve these issues before starting the job. During installation, the roofing company that properly trains its employees will demand that all roofing safety precautions be taken. After the roof is completed, all tools, nails, and debris will be properly removed to prevent injuries or damage to car tires. Roofing safety before, during and after the job protects the roofing contractors and the homeowner.

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Massachusetts Roof Replacement Cost

Roof Replacement Cost in Massachusetts

As a homeowner, the number of times we need to replace our roofing system is minimal. In fact, with today’s lifetime warranties, many homeowners may only need to go through this project once. But when your home is in need of a roof replacement, what is a fair estimate for a roof replacement cost in Massachusetts?

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Matterhorn Metal Roofs

Pros and Cons of Metal Roofs

Today, there are metal roofing products available to fit every architectural style, whether a Spanish Colonial in Southern California or a Victorian in New England. Metal roofs in shingle, shake, slate and tile styles have reinvigorated the metal roofing industry, and have become the second-most popular choice, about 11% of the roofing material market. Here are the pros and cons for metal roofs:

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Replacing Your Roof Before You Sell

Replacing Your Roof Before You Sell

Having a new roof installed not only makes your home more durable, but it can also add to the value of the home if you should put it up for sale. All Weather Tite shows you how replacing your roof before your sell can increase your home’s resale value. Contact All Weather Tite for a free roof inspection at 877-328-4001.

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Roofers Working After Storm

Business Expansion or Stormchasing: What’s the Difference?

After a disaster strikes, some contractors decide to expand their businesses to where their services are needed most. Others fly into a disaster area, grab as much work as they can, and then head back home to another state when the work is done, or sometimes when it is not. This practice, called “storm chasing,” often leaves the homeowner with no one to stand behind the work or correct problems if they arise.

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Roofing Project Inspection

How to Plan Your Roofing Project

As a homeowner, you want to make sure that you are buying high quality and precision-cut roofing materials and hiring the right people for your roofing project. Here are a few things to consider when planning your roofing project. Contact All Weather Tite for a free roof inspection and estimate.

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Leaking Roof – A Homeowner’s Nightmare

Leaking Roof – A Homeowner’s Worst Nightmare

The sight of a water leak from above makes most homeowners shudder. When water starts pouring down your walls or through your ceilings, you may feel helpless. By the time you see the leak, a considerable amount of damage may have already occurred and a roof repair will be necessary. However, homeowners can take proactive steps to mitigate the damage from a leaking roof. Contact All Weather Tite for a free roof inspection and estimate.

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Roofing Warranties- What Do You Really Get?

Whether you are buying a home or replacing a roof, roofing warranties are very important. You should know the warranty for the roof on a home you intend to purchase, and also carefully consider roofing warranties when contracting to replace a roof.  In this Podcast, Kelly describes the 3 different types of warranties you’ll find […]

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When and How to Inspect Your Roof

When and How to Inspect Your Roof

Thunderstorms, blizzards, heat waves, or high winds often occur in New England, and in Florida, hurricanes are also a concern for residential roofs. After harsh weather, ensure that your roof has been cleaned of dirt and debris and inspected for damage. A residential roofing system that has not been properly maintained, repaired after harsh weather or regularly inspected by a professional can quickly fall into disrepair. In order to prevent this, hire an expert roofer to inspect the roof of your home.

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