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When Should You Have a Roof Replaced Instead of Repaired

When Should You Have a Roof Replaced Instead of Repaired

When your roof is damaged, it’s understandable if your first instinct is to have a roof repair job done instead of an outright replacement. After all, it is possible that whatever issues you’re dealing with can be solved with a simple patch job or be much cheaper a replacement. Unfortunately, there are some instances when […]

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What You Should Do If Your New Roof Starts Leaking

What You Should Do If Your New Roof Starts Leaking

Whether it’s a residential or commercial roofing system, leaks are a problem that can be stressful for everyone, especially if the roof is new. After all, if your new roof is encountering leaks, you can’t leave it unattended for too long or its structural integrity can be compromised. Thankfully, you don’t have to wait for […]

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Roofing Underlayment: What is it and why is it Important?

Roofing Underlayment: What is it and why is it Important?

Your roofing system is composed of numerous important parts that allows it to protect your home from the elements. There’s the shingles as the outer layer, the roof deck where the shingles are attached, and even the flashing that prevents leaks from infiltrating your roof. These are all vital parts of your roof but there […]

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DIY Roof Repair Risks

DIY Roof Repair Risks

Many homeowners are choosing DIY projects to cut back on their expenses. It’s gotten to the point where they may even think professionals are a needless expense. It’s not a bad idea, but not all projects around the home should be DIY, especially roofing. Oftentimes, you end up spending more than you would if you […]

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How to Avoid IAQ Problems During Roofing Projects

How to Avoid IAQ Problems During Roofing Projects

Air emissions from commercial roofing work can cause indoor air quality (IAQ) problems. Odor and health complaints from building occupants can cause delays and increase costs. The building management, contractor and occupants should communicate and plan together. Furthermore, they should all include measures to avoid IAQ problems as terms of the roofing contract. Sully-Jones Roofing describes these […]

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