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They may not be the most interesting things to talk about, but your home is probably the biggest single investment you’ll ever make.
You owe it to yourself and your family to get the best roof protection you can afford. And, if that new roof just happens to look drop-dead gorgeous, you can even increase the resale value of your home.
So do your homework and shop around. We’re here to help, whether you decide to do the job yourself or hire a professional roofing contractor to do it for you.
Just click on the links below to get started by learning the basics. Then we’ll build from there!
It’s Monday morning. You’re facing a pile of work and are just about to start digging into a new asphalt shingle installation project. Then, the phone rings. A client is asking you to return to site to look at something that’s not quite right with their new roofing system.
As a roofer, you’ve probably spent years perfecting your craft. You’ve studied the best techniques, determined which roofing products work best under which conditions and worked hard to install attractive, lasting roofs for your clients.
As a residential roofer, your tools are an important part of everyday life. When used properly and chosen carefully they can help keep you safe, make the job go more smoothly and allow your work to really shine.
Are you optimistic about your roofing business’ prospects and potential, yet concerned about delivering results because of a skilled labor shortage?
Experienced roofing contractors are a great source of information when homeowners need a straight answer about their roofs. But where do contractors get their facts?
If you have more roofing projects than you have qualified workers to complete them, here are some helpful tips for finding, hiring and keeping the right people.
Every roof has to start somewhere, and that somewhere is at the appropriately named starter shingle (also called starter strip). Starter shingles are the initial shingle products installed on the roof, just before the first course of the finish shingles, which will comprise the visible parts of the roof.
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