How to Choose the Best Material for a Residential Roof

Posted on: 20 July 2015

Before you have your home's roof replaced, or if you're having a new home built, you'll want to give some thought as to the material you choose. While asphalt shingles are very common, they are not your only choice. There are other options for those who are Eco-conscious, or who are looking for something more attractive overall. Note a few tips for how to choose the best material for a residential roof.
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Which Roof Gutter Guard Is Best for Your Part of the Country?

Posted on: 8 July 2015

How essential are roof gutter guards? For homeowners in areas prone to bushfires, they are arguably a vital added protection for your home. In other areas, they're just darn handy since your gutters will no longer be clogged with leaves. This means that your gutter drainage pipes will not become blocked, which is something you really want to avoid. You don't want a blocked pipe or drain to cause excess water to flow back towards your roof, where it has the potential to find a way inside your ceiling cavity where it can cause significant (and expensive) damage.
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Metal Roofing: Tips for Proper Care and Maintenance

Posted on: 22 June 2015

A prolonged lifespan is one of the primary advantages of choosing to install residential metal roofing. However, you must carry out regular maintenance work to prevent accelerated wear and tear of the surface. Moreover, proper care and usage will help in preserving the aesthetic appeal of the roof and, subsequently, the entire home. Here are some simple tips on promoting the longevity of metal roofing. Clean the Roof You should blow off or sweep the roof regularly to prevent accumulation of debris.
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What To Expect During A Roof Restoration

Posted on: 15 June 2015

If your roof is in bad shape, you can opt to have a roof restoration done, instead of undertaking a complete re-roof. A roof restoration service is much cheaper and will take less time to facilitate. Unlike a re-roof, your current roofing will not be taken out so your home will remain protected at all times. Through a roof restoration, you can bring back the integrity of your roof, as well as its looks.
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