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Tips for Getting Your Roof Prepared for Winter

Winter can be damaging to your roof. Rain, snow, ice and freezing temperatures can all cause damage different types of damage. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help reduce the odds of winter wrecking havoc on your roof. Here are a few of the different ways you can work to have your roof prepared for winter.

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How Insulation Saves You Money

Many people don't have the slightest clue as to how much they can save when it comes to insulating their home. Thankfully, we're going to explain why insulation saves you money and where you can put it for maximum efficiency.

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How to Prepare Your Gutters for Winter

Summer is coming to an end, and before you know it, winter will be here. Winter can be rough on all of the elements that are outside of your home, including your gutter system. It is exposed to many outdoor elements that can be harsh and damaging, such as ice and freezing temperatures. Here are a few of the steps you can take to help your gutter system make it through the winter months.

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Roofing 101: How to Spot 5 Common Types of Shingle Damage

The shingles on your roof form an elaborate system that protects your home from the elements. When one or more shingles are damaged, your roof becomes much more susceptible to moisture getting in and causing leaks. That’s why it’s very important to fix broken shingles as soon as possible after spotting signs of damage.

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