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The 3 Main Differences Between a Commercial Roof and a Residential Roof

When you are in the market for a new roof, it’s important to understand the difference between a commercial roof and a residential roof. While both types of roofs have their benefits, there are

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Does Home Insurance Cover Roof Leaks?

In most cases, yes. Roof leaks and other forms of roof damage are covered by homeowner’s insurance, provided that the damage was not caused by a condition specifically excluded from the coverage.

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Hail Damage: A Major Concern for Most Roofs and What Should You Do Next

When it comes to houses, protection is the name of the game. Indeed, people are concerned with every aspect of their home, from the basement to the drywall and everything in between, as well they should.

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Standing Water Can Create a Major Problem on a Flat Roof

It’s impossible to deny that standing water is one of the flat roofs’ major flaws. Standing or pooled water creates a potentially significant problem because it can lead to mold and mildew

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Synthetic Slate Roofing

A Guide to Choosing the Best Synthetic Slate Roofing for Your Home The look of a slate roof is iconic. The slate roof is one of the most prominent roofs in the world, and its appeal has been noted by many.

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Cost of Metal Roofs – Factors to Consider

What are the factors to consider when buying a metal roof? The cost of a metal roof is higher than that of an asphalt roof, but the benefits outweigh the price. Many manufacturers offer a 50-year warranty.

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Can I Keep Insurance Money For Roof Replacement?

This question is a common one for homeowners and can be a confusing one for insurers. In most cases, insurance companies will pay the replacement cost of a damaged roof in its current condition. However,

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Does homeowners insurance cover roof replacement

This type of insurance covers the cost of home repairs or replacing parts of your home.. However, roofs that are less than 10 years old are often completely covered.. However, your insurer will not pay

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Roof Shingles Types

Traditional shingles are also called 3-tab shingles or strip shingles.. It’s important to understand the differences between each type of roof shingle to choose the right product for your home..

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Shingles vs Metal Roof

The metal panels themselves not only cost more than asphalt shingles, but a metal roof also requires more skill and labor to install. The metal panels themselves not only cost more than asphalt shingles,

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