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Knowledge Base

Top 5 Warning Signs: How To Know if Your Shingle Roof Needs to be Replaced or Repaired

Wondering if your shingle roof needs servicing? Check for any of these five warning signs…

Common Roofing Terms Defined & Explained

See a list of terms or phrases commonly used in the roofing industry. Each term is accompanied by a brief definition.

What To Do When Your Roof Suffers Storm Damage

An Ice Dam is a hump of ice that forms at the edge of a roof under certain wintertime conditions. An ice dam can damage both your roof and the inside of your home. It will put gutters and downspouts at risk too.

MOST COMMON ROOFING PROBLEMS

Taking care of your roofing is one of the most important tasks as a homeowner. It can be easy to neglect and forget about your roofing because it is a sort of out of sight, out of mind approach. Plus, too many homeowners think that they will be able to easily spot a problem with their rooftop.

ICE DAMS: Several quick fixes but only one cure.

As a homeowner, you rarely can predict when your home will be hit by damaging weather. It is important to have a clear understanding of the proper steps that should be taken when the roof of your home has been damaged.....

Roof Leak Repairs: 5 Steps To Handling Ice Dam Damage

Ice dams are a fact of life in Western New York – and across America. They can cause major water damage to the exterior and interior as gravity pulls water inside of your home through the wood, insulation, and drywall, causing major structural damage and mold growth.

ICE DAMS: Several quick fixes but only one cure.

As a homeowner, you rarely can predict when your home will be hit by damaging weather. It is important to have a clear understanding of the proper steps that should be taken when the roof of your home has been damaged.....

Roof Leak Repairs: 5 Steps To Handling Ice Dam Damage

Ice dams are a fact of life in Western New York – and across America. They can cause major water damage to the exterior and interior as gravity pulls water inside of your home through the wood, insulation, and drywall, causing major structural damage and mold growth.

Roof Tear Off vs. 2nd Layer of Shingles: What You Need to Know

Here is a scenario we hear about all the time: “this contractor told me I don’t need to tear off my existing shingles when we re-do our roof.”

We get it. Replacing a roof is not what many people want to spend their hard earned money on. It is important to remember that homeowners do enjoy the benefits of having a sound roof over head every day.

Your roof is debatably the single most important element of your house. If you don’t have a sound roof, the problems with your house are going to multiply rapidly. It protects everything under it and it needs to be done right.