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Roof Maintenance
man cleaning a roof and gutters
When you move into a new home, you also have a new roof over your head, literally. You want it to last you as long as possible. Taking care of your roof is protecting your investment. Damage to your roof can quickly become damage to your entire home. You don’t want to wait to reach...
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Living in Minnesota, the weather can be quite unexpected. Whether you just had your roof replaced or repaired, you want it to last you as long as possible. That’s why it’s important to upkeep and anticipate the unexpected. To help in your preparation, we’ve put together some helpful tips and tricks for keeping your residential...
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Rain flowing off of a roof
Will I Be Able To Tell My Roof Has Damage After A Storm?   Your roof is one of your Minnesota home’s most structurally essential elements. It is responsible for insulating your home and keeping your family safe and dry. However, since it tends to be out of sight, many homeowners neglect to take proper...
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Should I Replace My Own Roof? The costs of construction materials, in general, are rising daily, it seems, which is why some people who are looking at roof replacement or a new roof start to ponder doing their own roofing to help reduce the overall costs of the project. However, unless you happen to be...
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 The Best Reasons To Work With A Local Roofer Local roofing companies offer more personalized service and have a more significant investment in the community than a big box contractor. Learn more about the benefits of hiring a local roofer for roof replacement in Minnesota for your home. Finding the right residential roofing company in...
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Shingles used in roof replacement.
What Fiberglass Shingles are Made Of  Have you ever thought about what goes into the shingles that go onto your roof? Shingle technology is what enables your roof to last up to 20 years, despite the sun, rain, and wind. Although fiberglass shingles, often called asphalt shingles, are the most common roofing material used in...
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Roofer on Roof in Safety Gear
Roofer Safety is a priority. We can prevent most accidents with careful planning and attention to safety protocols. The place to We can start is with proper training and knowing how to use roofing equipment safely. Proper Training and Safe Use of Equipment Safety training and follow-up training to refresh even the most seasoned roofers...
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Solar Panels on Roof
Solar Panel Benefits Solar power is an excellent source of low-cost (after your initial investment) energy. It’s renewable, so you can feel good about taking care of our planet. And with no harmful byproducts such as emissions, it is clean. And very little maintenance is required. But what is involved in getting solar panels? You...
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Ice dam on roof
What is an Ice Dam? An ice dam is a ridge of ice that has formed along the edge of your roof. Non-uniform temperatures on the roof cause this. For example, the roof may be warmer at the peak but below 32 degrees Fahrenheit closer to the roof’s edge. Snow on the warmer section of...
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Wooden shingles with roots grown in between them
There are plenty of reasons to wonder how long your roof will last. Your home’s roof is one of the most expensive things that will need replacement at some point. This is why the age and condition of a roof will inevitably arise in home sale negotiations. If it is a newer roof, the seller...
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