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Should I Repair or Replace My Aging Roof?

An aging roof is basically a disaster waiting to happen. Although nothing seriously perilous is likely to occur, you could start to see leaks springing up or shingles begin to fall into disrepair and come loose. So the question becomes: can I patch up my roof, or is it time to replace the whole thing?

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Replacing a Roof in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Area

The Dallas-Ft. Worth area is a very interesting place to live. We’ve got a nice mixture of big city atmosphere with Texan sensibilities, and the sun shines 232 days per year here. And even when the sun isn’t shining in the winter, at least we have the Dallas Cowboys to warm our hearts (BTW, thanks for re-signing Dez Bryant, Jerry Jones!).

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3 Problems With Asphalt Shingle Roofs

We install a ton of asphalt shingle roofs here at Crosby Roofing, which makes sense; it is the most common roofing material in America. However, just because something is common doesn’t mean it’s good––it just means it’s popular. Although we think shingle roofs are perfectly fine, they aren’t for everyone. If you’re having some doubts about installing a new shingle roof, then read on to discover some of the problems associated with them:

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Picking a Texas Roofing Contractor

There are few states in the union like Texas. Not only are we one of the biggest states in the country, we’re also one of the most unique. For instance, Texas is one of the few places in the world where you can experience tornadoes, tropical storms, floods and hurricanes – and all in the same year!

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How Can I Preserve My Roof So it Lasts Longer?

There are few things you will purchase in life that will last as long as a new roof. A new television may last you a decade, and a new car could last 15 years; but a brand new roof can easily perform its job for the next 30 years, and that’s with asphalt shingles – the cheapest roofing material on the market!

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5 Things You Need to do if Your Roof Has a Hole

The first rain after a long dry spell is always interesting. For starters, drivers always seem to act like they forgot how to drive in a rainstorm. You’ll also have oil rising up from the street when the rain first begins, rendering the roads slick and a bit more dangerous. And finally, it might be the first time you discover a brand new hole in your roof.

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