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Get Your Gutters Looking Good For Spring

Take care of your property by giving your gutters a little attention this spring. Some steps to getting your gutters looking good include: Trough clearing. You can use a plumbing snake to clear any debris out of the troughs of your gutter segments. Get leaves, dirt, and animal droppings out of each segment so that water can move freely through your gutter system. Spring cleaning. After clearing the troughs, get ready to clean your gutters before run-off and the rainy season. Read More 

Metal Roofing 101: 4 Eye-Catching Styles To Consider

Metal roofing is a wonderful option for many homes. But, if you are like most people, you probably think of a plain piece of metal over the roof of your home. However, metal roofing doesn't have to be so plain or boring. Contrary to what you might think, metal roofing can be very beautiful and aesthetically pleasing. Some of the more popular metal roofing styles for residential homes include: 1. Rustic Shingles Read More 

3 Benefits Provided by a Ceramic Roof

One of the best roofing options that you can consider for your home is ceramic, mostly because ceramic tiles can provide a host of benefits that many other roofing materials cannot. Listed below are three benefits provided by a ceramic roof. Long Lasting One of the most important reasons to consider getting a ceramic roof is the fact that ceramic tiles have a very long lifespan when compared to many of the other roofing materials on the market. Read More 

What Kind Of Roof Is Right For Your American Colonial Home?

American Colonial Homes are known for their high-peaked roofs, dormers, and use of natural materials like stone and brick. If you own a home built in this style, it would be a shame to cap it off with a plain, black, asphalt shingle roof. Here's a look at three types of more traditional-looking roofing that would be a better match for its architecture. Cedar Shingles If your American Colonial home has more of a rustic appearance and is in a country setting, you may want to consider cedar shingles. Read More 

2 Tips For Maintaining Your Roof

Keeping your roof in good shape requires regular maintenance and attention, which is something that many homeowners seem to overlook. This can be a major problem as a lack of maintenance when it comes to your roof can not only lead to a number of problems with your roof itself but it can also affect the rest of your home as well. Listed below are two tips that can help you keep your roof in the best possible shape. Read More