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The Few and the Fearless: A Blog About Roofers

Not just anyone can be a roofer. To excel in this profession, you have to be bold and strong. You must be able to heave a heavy bundle of shingles up a ladder, drive nails into a hard surface, tell the difference between minor and severe damage, and so much more. Roofers do not always get enough credit for the work they do, but one thing is for certain: their work is essential. As you read the articles on this website, we ask that you pay close attention to the vast nature of the work that roofers do. The next time you see a roof, you'll have even more appreciation for it.

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Homeowners, Is A Residential Roof Replacement In Your Near Future?
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Many homes in the United States have roofs made of

Two Reasons To Install A Gas Fireplace In Your New Home
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Residential Roof Replacement Tips To Extend The Durability Of Your New Roof
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A roof replacement project can protect your home f

2 Things A Roofer Will Check For When Inspecting Your Roof
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Without proper drainage, the rainwater that falls

Homeowners, Is A Residential Roof Replacement In Your Near Future?

Many homes in the United States have roofs made of either 3-tab asphalt or architectural shingles. Many of those homes may currently have serious roofing problems their owners have not yet discovered.   Obviously, when you see shingles in your yard after a storm, you know your roof has a severe problem. However, there are many other early signs a shingled roof is failing and will soon require replacement. Some of the most common symptoms you should be watching for include the following: Read More 

Two Reasons To Install A Gas Fireplace In Your New Home

Building a custom home can seem like an incredible adventure. There are lots of choices to make at every turn but each decision takes you one step close to living in a house that has everything you need for maximum comfort. You get to choose all of the fixtures as well as decide the placements for each room so that you can navigate throughout the residence with ease. While you are picking out your faucets and deciding whether or not to get crown molding, check out a couple of reasons why you should have a gas fireplace installed in your new place. Read More 

Residential Roof Replacement Tips To Extend The Durability Of Your New Roof

A roof replacement project can protect your home from structural damage and save you money in repairs for several decades. Replacing your old roof also allows you to invest in energy-efficient materials that can significantly lower your energy bills. It also increases the curb appeal of your home and boosts property value. However, you must observe the tips below to extend the durability of your new roof.  Remove All the Old Materials Read More 

2 Things A Roofer Will Check For When Inspecting Your Roof

Making sure that your roof is in good shape is really important. Your roof does all kinds of jobs for your house. Not only does it keep moisture out of your house and keep it from being damaged by water, but it can also keep your house square and plumb because it helps to tie everything together. Because your roof is so important, it makes a lot of sense to have a roofer come check your roof out yearly so that your roof stays in good shape as long as possible. Read More 

4 Effective Ways To Maintain Your Residential Gutters

Without proper drainage, the rainwater that falls on your roof may enter your home, causing a flood and subsequent water damage. Your gutters help cushion against this by directing roof runoff into your stormwater drain or rainwater harvesting system. Keeping them in tip-top shape should be high on your home maintenance priority list. Here's what you can do to take proper care of your gutters. 1. Clean Your Gutters  During storms, the rain and wind can bring fallen leaves, twigs, and other loose debris into your gutters. Read More