Archive for the ‘Roofing’ Category

Green Wednesday: Are Wooden Roofs FSC-Certified Nowadays?

June 18, 2008 in Roofing

Wooden shakes were one of the original roofing materials, but with the invention of more advanced materials, they have become less common. When selecting your roofing material, is wood even an option anymore? Wooden shingles are typically... read full post →

Re-Roofing Can Lower your Energy Bill

May 26, 2008 in Roofing

Does your roof need repair? Warning signs that indicate it’s time include ceiling spots, blistered, curled, or missing shingles, cracked flashing, granules in the gutter, and peeling paint. Last but not least, problems with your... read full post →

Gutter Repair and Replacement

April 28, 2008 in Roofing

Spring has settled in this year and flowers, trees, gardens are basking in her tepid showers. We all enjoy watching our gardens sprout and the joy of long-awaited, temperate sunny days. Yet there are dangers for your house inherent in those... read full post →

Will Your Roof Survive the Winter?

September 18, 2007 in Roofing

We’ve all heard the one about the guy who doesn’t think of having his roof fixed when it’s sunny outside, only to realize that it leaks when it’s rainy, or snowing and cold. Winter months and rainy seasons can be... read full post →

Common Roofing Problems

February 01, 2007 in Roofing

Hopefully it doesn’t take a leak to motivate you to inspect your roof and look for potential problems. We have created the following guide to help you identify problems with your roof and what you should do about it. Be advised, this... read full post →
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