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In the spring, there are seeds and small limbs, perfect for squirrels to snag and sneak into attics for nests. Summer storms leave branches and birds’ nests. Fall winds can mean whole limbs find their way onto the roof. And then winter arrives, ready to freeze it all down into the gutters, eaves, an...

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The Opportunities for Roof Insulation Ever wonder why some roofs in town are clear of snow in the winter and some have a blanket? The answer is usually roof insulation. The more well-insulated the house, the more the heat conserved, and the snowier the roof. A well-insulated roof also means lower e...

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Your roof keeps you warm, dry and protected against critters. This is one of the reasons why it’s so important to remain vigilant about its maintenance in the event of a strong storm. Repairing your roof after a storm is a task best left to professionals, but there are a few warning signs you can sp...

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Your roof does more than just keep the rain out — it protects your home from all kinds of weather and natural forces while giving you a definitive look. Matching your roof shingles to your house is the icing on the cake. It makes your house feel like a home. Choosing the right roof shingle can be...

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Our Northwest Indiana winters offer beautiful, snow-capped landscapes, chimneys piping smoke on cold nights, and the company of loved ones enjoying holiday festivities. Unfortunately, these comforts can come at a price if you experience a strong storm that leads to roof damage. Your home’s roof is...

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Whether there’s water seeping up from your foundation, water coming in from your windows or water coming in through holes in your roof, leaks can lead to long-term, costly damage to your home. Therefore, it is important that you don't leave them untreated. Signs That Your Roof Is Leaking Your ro...

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Choosing the right roofing product for your low sloped roof may be difficult. Rubber is very efficient on flat up to a 3/12 pitch, while metal and shingles can be an effective option from a 3/12 pitch to anything steeper. Metal roofing systems are popular because of their longevity and durability. R...

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