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Prepare Your Roof for Winter

Dropping temperatures; leaves turning red, yellow, and brown; and pumpkin spiced drinks and pastries mark the arrival of autumn. Responsible for protecting your home from harsh weather conditions, the roof requires special care, and autumn is an ideal time to prepare your roof for winter. Here are five things you can do to prepare your

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The Basics of Roof Maintenance

Don’t wait until your roof leaks! Extend its life by taking a proactive approach to roof maintenance. Maintaining the roof now can prevent costly roof leaks, moss and lichen growth, and ice dams. Continue reading for the basics of roof maintenance. General Inspection Check the condition of your roof twice a year, once in the

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Eco-Friendly Roofing Options

Living an eco-friendly lifestyle appeals to millions of consumers. This is evidenced in the movement towards plastic bans (bags and straws), recycling, and installing programmable thermostats. They also typically choose environmentally friendly and/or energy saving products. Many of today’s homeowners look for sustainable roofing materials as well. If you’re in need of a new roof,

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4 Warning Signs of a Failing Roof

Ceiling stains, loose granules, cracked vent pipes, and damaged shingles are just four warning signs of a failing roof. If any of these problems present themselves, contact a professional, licensed roofing contractor in your area for roof repair or roof replacement. Keep in mind, though: If the roof is nearing its life expectancy – 20

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Spring into Home Maintenance

A homeowner’s to-do list can seem endless – especially come spring. As the weather warms up outside, prepare to donate items you don’t need, disinfect all the room in your house, free your gutters and downspouts of debris, and assess what repairs may be needed. Completing home maintenance tasks during the spring season will ensure your

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Spring Events Happening in Denver

There is no better way to welcome spring than to get out in nature and enjoy some of the spring events happening in the Denver area. At some of these events, you may even find inspiration for DIY projects, as well as advice on professional home repairs and renovations. Here are a few spring events

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Out with the Old and In with the New Roof

  Year after year, Americans resolve to exercise more often, manage their time better and/or pad their savings accounts. New Year’s resolutions are certainly a great way to make a positive change (or two) in your life! Another good New Year’s resolution? Vowing to make some home improvements – whether minor or major – in

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Holiday Lights: Dos and Don’ts

The holidays are less than four weeks away! Before you begin stringing holiday lights and hanging garland, there are a few dos and don’ts you should keep in mind, ensuring you don’t damage your roofing system in the process. Do Inspect Holiday Light Sets Carefully inspect previously used light strings and extension cords. Frayed or

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Winter is Coming: Prepare Your Roof Now

  Winter is one of the toughest seasons – especially for roofs. Protect your roof from snow, ice, and dips in temperature using the following advice. Inspect Your Roof Doing a roof inspection on your own is easy. According to GAF, the United States’ largest roofing manufacturer, you should check your roofing system twice per

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