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Roofing Tips

Is Your Roof Reindeer-Proof?

It’s the end of December, and temperatures are dropping as quickly as holiday lights are being hung. This time of year always means the three S’s are on their way– storms, snow and Santa (with all eight of his reindeer). Make sure your roof is Santa-ready by checking for these warning signs that it’s time to contact us.

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‘Tis the Season for Ladder Safety

It’s November 24, and the only remaining signs of Thanksgiving are the tubs of leftovers in your refrigerator and the fact that your pants are now more snug. For many, this means one thing– it’s time to deck the halls! Before you set up your ladder and put yourself at risk, remember to follow these steps to keep things merry and bright.

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5 Things You Need to Know Before Replacing Your Roof

The front entrance of your home serves as a stunning “welcome home” sign to everyone who steps foot through the door. Your shingle colors? They reflect your family’s fun personality! Your impeccable landscaping even nearly rivals how perfectly decorated your interior is. With all of that in mind, we make this carefully thought out statement– outside of your family, your roof is the most important part of your home, both aesthetically and functionally. That’s why, even though nobody ever wants to pay for a new one, we want you to be educated in case that circumstance arises.

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How to Fall-Proof Your Roof

The kids are settling in to school, football has returned to television and pumpkin flavored everything is lining the grocery store shelves. This can only mean one thing– fall is back! Before you zip up your jackets and jump into a leaf pile, take a moment to assure your home is prepared for what the upcoming seasons are bringing.

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Your Roofing Dictionary

We understand that not everything we say in the roofing industry makes complete sense. Everyday words may have a completely different meaning in the roofing business, and to the untrained ear, it may even sound like we’re speaking gibberish. As a home owner though, you should be “in” on our roofing lingo, so you’re fully aware of your roof’s needs. That’s where our roofing dictionary comes into hand.

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Ice Dams: How to Beat Them

Arkansas winters can be unpredictable. One day it’s warm and sunny, and the next it’s snowing or sleeting. Freezing temperatures can cause ice dams that trigger havoc to your home’s roof and interior if you’re not paying attention. Ice dams usually occur after a heavy snowfall or sleet and several days of freezing temperatures.

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Roofing Resolutions for 2017

We make New Year’s resolutions for everything. A new diet. A new exercise routine. A new personal development plan. A new professional development goal. But what about your house? More importantly, what about your roof? How do you keep it healthy and vibrant for the long haul? Here are some simple suggestions. Make sure your plan for 2017 takes your home’s roof into account.

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Key Terms to Know to Help Your Roofer

Every industry has its jargon which can make it seem like people in the industry are speaking a different language. This is especially true with industries that we don’t engage with on a routine basis. But what happens when there is a problem with your roof? When it is time to call the experts, are you equipped to effectively and concisely explain the issue? Here are some key terms to know when talking about your roof. Continue reading