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Can Pigeons Ruin Your Roof?

We’ve all come outside in the morning to find a pigeon or two on the roof of our car. We scurry them off and hope that there are no droppings lingering about. Nobody wants pigeons on their vehicle, mainly because they will either scratch it or poop on it. The same goes for the roof of your house, however the roof is a little more difficult to call. You can’t really scurry them off of your roof, and it’s hard to be motivated to when the damage isn’t right in front of you.

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Is Your Roof at Risk?

Roofing is a delicate art, and aside from appearance, it can be difficult for homeowners to tell what’s right or wrong about a roof. Since it is your shelter and protection from the outside elements, you want to make sure that nothing is wrong with it, but you may not have the right information to know if it’s okay or not. This is unfortunate, but it’s not necessary to stress about the well-being of your roof. There are things you can look out for to put your mind at ease and focus on other things in your life.

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Building Owners: 4 Things You Should Know About Your Roof

Commercial roofing is a whole different ball game. The size and scope of your building’s roof is much larger and more complex than the average residential roof, so you need to make sure everything is running smoothly. Obviously, choosing the right roofing contractor is the first step in making sure that nothing goes wrong, but there are some things that you should know about your building’s roof if you are to keep it going strong. Here are four things you should know about your roof.

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5 Roofing Terms You Should Know

It seems like all trades have their own language. Plumbers have one, electricians have one, landscapers have one and so on. Roofers are no different. Roofing is unique enough of a trade that it requires its own terms to describe its various aspects. Although you are probably not a roofer, if you happen to be a homeowner, then you’ll want to understand the more important parts of roofing language - since you do also own a roof after all. Knowing these terms will help you make better decisions when it comes to things like roof maintenance and roof purchasing. Here are five roofing terms you should know:

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How to Avoid the Intimidation of Buying a New Roof

When you’re dealing with a task as large as replacing the roof of your home, almost every aspect of the project is at least a little overwhelming. There are a lot of factors to take into account, but that’s true to any home improvement project. They’re all usually a new experience with a lot of new information. Everything from roof type to roof contractor needs to be done correctly to get the most out of your investment. Organization is the key to avoiding the intimidation of buying a new roof.

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Top 3 Reasons Your Roof Caught On Fire

While all the kids of the world talk about “raising the roof” and making the roof “catch fire,” homeowners know that fiery roofs are something that could actually happen. In other words, setting the roof on fire is a valid concern. It’s something we all need to consider and make sure we take the necessary cautions to prevent. The only question is, why do roofs catch on fire? Is there some kind of significant roofing flaw that we all need to look out for? The truth is that there are a few things that cause roof fires more than others. Knowing them is key as you practice prevention. Here are three top reasons your roof caught on fire:

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