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Should I Be Worried About Moss on My Roof?

Mossy Roof
Moss might give your home a touch of fairytale charm, but it can be an indicator of water damage or other roofing problems — not what you need when you’re looking to live happily ever after. Here’s what to do if you see moss on your home’s roof. Does Moss Always Mean a New Roof Design Is in Your Future? If you notice moss or algae on your roof, don’t panic. Moss doesn’t always mean ...Read more >

How Where You Live Affects Your Roof

Four Seasons
You probably already know that weather can take a toll on your home’s roof. But you don’t have to live in snow country or the heart of tornado alley to experience roofing damage. Each part of the country has its own home roofing challenges. No matter where you live, you're likely to face one of these common roofing maintenance issues. We've broken down the most common roofing wear and tear problems for each major region ...Read more >

Should You Replace Your Roof Before You Sell?

Roofers at work
If you’re thinking about putting your house on the market, you may be wondering if you can list your home as-is, or if you should shell out the cash to replace your roof. It probably goes without saying that you want to get the highest price possible. On the other hand, it doesn’t always make sense to make major upgrades if you won’t get a good return on your investment. If you’re on the fence ...Read more >

Why Are Asphalt Roofs So Popular?

If you’re considering replacing your roof, you may wonder which type of roofing materials you should use. While slate and tile are both beautiful and durable, they are far less popular than asphalt. Similarly, metal and wood can be used to create stunning roof designs, but they can’t beat the cost-effectiveness of asphalt. Asphalt shingles are the most common roofing material by far, but why? There are several reasons why the majority of homeowners choose ...Read more >

Should I Repair or Replace My Roof?

When it comes to your home, an ounce of prevention is most definitely worth a pound of cure. In other words, regular maintenance is good for both your home’s appearance and your wallet. Putting off needed repairs might save you in the short-term, but it will end up costing you a lot more in the long run. However, not all home improvement decisions are cut and dry. For example, it’s sometimes possible — and entirely ...Read more >