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4 Best Practices for Commercial Roof Management

Property owners and facilities managers should prioritize certain best practices for managing and maintaining their commercial roofing systems to preserve the property’s long-term value. Otherwise, it could become a costly investment, especially once leaks and subsequent interior damage start to emerge. Today, we share four of the management best practices for commercial roofing systems. … read more

4 Reasons to Get Your Roof Replaced This Spring

As winter draws to a close and spring approaches, it’s a good time to consider what home improvement tasks to prioritize in the months ahead. That said, a roof replacement is something worth your consideration. If your roof is already past its lifespan, now is the perfect opportunity to invest in a new one. Here… read more

The 4 Most Common Causes of Clogged Gutters

Gutters are essential to keeping your property dry and damage-free. They divert water away from your home, preventing moisture damage to your siding, foundations and landscaping. Like most components of your home’s exteriors, they must be cared for regularly to ensure they are working as intended. … read more

Sagging Roof: Causes and Solutions

A sagging roof can be a major source of concern. While mild sagging does not always indicate imminent collapse, you should address the issue as soon as possible. Continue reading to learn why roofs sag and the best solutions for fixing the problem based on the cause. … read more

What to Do With Leftover Roofing Shingles?

Roofing materials are measured per “square”, with one square measuring 100 square feet. Each roofing square is broken down into three bundles each. When you hire a roofer for a roof replacement, the team will estimate how many squares are needed based on their initial inspection, with an extra 10% to 15% that could go to waste.… read more

Basic Rundown on K-Style Gutters

Gutters are one of the most important parts of your home since they protect your home against rainwater accumulation. They channel water away from your foundation, doors, windows and exterior walls to keep them functional and beautiful. One of the most popular gutter styles is called K-style gutters. … read more