Blog Posts

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The Importance of NRCA Certification for Quality Roofing Work: Benefits for Companies, Individuals, and CustomersThis article highlights the benefits of NRCA certification for companies, individual roofers, and customers in the roofing industry, showcasing the importance of quality work and professionalism.Read
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How Long Does it Take to Replace a Roof?Learn about the factors that affect the timeline for roof replacement and get an estimate of how long the process may take for your home or building.Read
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Solutions for Common Roofing ProblemsLearn about the common roofing problems and how to stop them before they become catastrophic.Read
Interior of a damaged ceiling and roof.
Roof Leak Signs to Look Out ForRoof leaks might start small but can grow and cause significant damage. Look for subtle signs like stained walls and ceilings to catch leaks early.Read
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Roof Coating Systems: Silicone vs. ElastomericCommercial roofing coating helps your roof last longer and perform better. Learn more about silicone vs. elastomeric systems here.Read
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The Ins and Outs of Roll RoofingRoll roofing is best for commercial or industrial roofs. It’s usually made of different kinds of rubber or bitumen, but asphalt roll roofing is best for residential settings.Read
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Ice Dams: What They are, and How to Deal With ThemEven if your roof isn't significantly damaged, it still might need to be replaced due to its age. The most common roof type, asphalt shingles, last 20-30 years. Read