Roofing

Roof Replacement: Tear Off or Roof Over?

Roof Replacement: Tear Off or Roof Over?

Should you shingle over the existing layer or tear off the existing roof and install the new one directly to the roof’s deck? In many ways this is a question of now verses later. Learn which camp you fall into, and the pros and cons of either choice.

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Protecting Against Wind Driven Rain

Protecting Against Wind Driven Rain

Have you seen occasional stains on your ceilings or upper floors after a rain storm? It could be that you have developed a leak. However, if it only happens after a really big storm, you might not actually have a leaking problem. Instead, it’s probable that the high winds created a rare situation which caused the water damage.

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Common Roofing Problems of Old, Unmaintained Roofs

Common Roofing Problems of Old, Unmaintained Roofs

Common roofing problems that arise from lack of maintenance can surface at the most inopportune times. If you have ever had to deal with a total roof failure during bad weather, or just a small leak that is in the worst place possible, you realize how important it is that your roof be in good condition.

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