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Three Signs Your Roof Might Have Serious Hail Damage

I have very mixed feelings about winter, as I’m sure many people do. On one hand, it’s a great time for things like sports and family gatherings: We’ve got fantastic holidays (Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas) and it’s football season! Plus, since everybody is wearing so many layers, it’s OK to put on a little weight at this time – who’s gonna’ notice?

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Commercial Roof Material Comparison: PVC vs. Metal Systems

Commercial roofing sometimes feels like a completely different world when compared to residential roofing. For starters, many folks try to install residential roofs themselves. And honestly, I’m sure most have done a fine job. But installing a commercial roof on your own is pretty rare, because commercial roofs are a different animal altogether.

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Commercial Roofing in Fort Worth, Texas: Four Things To Look Out For as a Property Owner

You don’t have to own commercial real estate long in the Fort Worth area to know environmental conditions prove hard on roofing material. From extreme heat in the summers to devastating hail storms in spring storms, you’ll most likely need the attention of a professional commercial roofing service at some point. However, knowing signs of damage to look for often saves owners more expensive repairs down the line. Smart owners know to check for the following on a regular basis:

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Do Most Residential Roofing Contractors Offer Commercial Projects?

If you’ve come here from Google in search of answer, I have to assume you’re a relative novice when it comes to roofing. But there’s nothing wrong with that – in fact, it’s one of the reasons we have this blog. We like to answer questions for our customers and website visitors, so they can make smarter roofing decisions.

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Three Reasons You Need Residential Re-Roofing

If you’re unfamiliar with roofing installations, I want to share a possibly mind-blowing fact with you: you can actually install a new shingle roof directly over an existing shingle roof. It’s true: you can just slap some new shingles right on top of that decrepit old roof and make it look good as new. This is a process known as re-roofing.

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If Your Roof is Leaking, This is What You Should Do