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The Best Time to Install a Roof in Northeast Ohio

16th Aug 2018

It is well known for those that have lived in Northeast Ohio that we deal with a mixed bag of weather year-round.  However, there is one time during the year that may be better when deciding to install a new roof – late summer, early fall.  The timing of your roof replacement can be influenced by a lot of factors, such as cost, availability, and of course weather.


Risks of DIY Residential Roof Repair

26th Apr 2018

Every homeowner is always looking for a way to save money when it comes to home repairs, however, residential roof repair in Northeast Ohio is not something you will want to tackle.  While there are many repairs around the home that you can handle, you should be aware of the risks of DIY residential roof repair.


5 Residential Roofing Myths You Need to Know

19th Apr 2018

You already know that your residential roof is your first line of defense against environmental elements here in Northeast Ohio, and protecting it is important.  Maintenance, repair, and eventual replacement of your roof are all important for you to understand, yet so many myths exist regarding your roof, you may be confused on what you truly need to look for.  Here are 5 residential roofing myths that you need to know:


How to Know if You Need to Repair or Replace That Roof

12th Apr 2018

Your roof is all that stands between you and keeping the elements outside of your home.  When it is taken care of properly, it can last 15, 20 years, and in some cases even longer.  However, here in Northeast Ohio, we are often prey to crazy weather during the year and your roof might get damaged.  Here are a few tips to keep in mind so you understand and know whether you need to repair or replace that roof!


What Is Underlayment?

5th Apr 2018

Perhaps you have heard the term underlayment when discussing your roof, but what is underlayment?  While it may be referred to by many names, felt, tar paper, or asphalt, it is simply a water-resistant layer installed under your main roofing material (usually shingles).