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Roof Maintenance
Twin Cities Hail On Pavement
Twin City Hail Storms are fairly common this time of year. Recently, the Twin Cities was hit by severe thunderstorms. Non-stop lightning punctuated the skies throughout the night. Gusts of wind reached 61 mph, and over 10,000 homes in the south and west metro were without power.  It was the hail that left a lasting...
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Brown shingled roof
Roof replacement is done primarily for one of two reasons, damage or aging. While the need to repair a damaged roof is usually obvious, aging requires a little more knowledge and inspection. Knowing how to do a proper inspection can be the difference between an affordable repair or a more expensive total replacement. Look over...
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Man on top of a roof
Have you ever driven through a neighborhood and seen a home with black streaks running down the slope of its roof? Perhaps you have even seen this on your roof and wondered what it was. These dark streaks are a living organism known as roof algae—Gloeocapsa magma. They often appear beneath overhanging tree branches and...
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Woman working on a roof holding a hammer
It’s essential to prioritize your health during the COVID-19 outbreak and beyond. It’s also important to keep your home in good shape. A sound and comfortable home can encourage you to stay there during this critical period. Your roofing project is something that cannot wait. If you have any problems with your roof, having it...
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Red House in Winter
Winter is a charming season, delivering blankets of snow and holiday treats.  Remembering to winterize your roof will help ensure colder temperatures are free of unnecessary headaches and unplanned repair bills. To help you prepare your residential roofing for the cold months ahead, we’ve put together this 7-step guide that’ll walk you through everything you...
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As we head into winter, it’s important to take proper care of your roof in order to avoid damage and leaks. The Impact Gutters Have on Your Roof Gutters aren’t just about curb appeal, nor are they just a nuisance that gathers leaves, birds, and rodents. Your roof sees its fair share of precipitation, and...
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