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Roof Inspections. Are They Really Necessary?

As a homeowner, you have plenty of routine things to do to keep your home in top shape.  Changing lightbulbs.  Trimming the shrubs.  New air filters for the HVAC.  Knocking down that pesky wasp nest.  It can seem never ending. That’s why many homeowners take their roof for granted.  It’s always there doing its job. …
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Poor Ventilation Can Damage Your Roof

The move toward more energy-efficient homes, while good for the environment and the utility bill, is having an impact on the integrity and lifespan of our roofs. Energy-efficient homes seek to create an air-tight interior that can lock in moisture leading to condensation on your windows, mold problems and roof failures. That’s why proper ventilation is…
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Haag-Certified Roof Professionals

If you’re ill and need a reliable diagnosis, most people want the best physician they can find – someone who not only has basic skills but who has gone the extra mile to obtain the specialized medical training that can make the difference in your condition. In much the same way, for roofing contractors and…
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Protect Your Roof from Scammers

The most important trait a business person can possess is integrity.  The most successful and long-lasting companies are owned by those who are true to their word and have built a reputation for honesty and professionalism over a long period of time. That’s true in all businesses, but perhaps nowhere is it more important than…
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Your Roof’s Life Expectancy

If you have a roof that is expected to have a long life and it is not holding up, it should be inspected by a roofing expert to determine whether it was put on properly. This inspection will also be able to determine if the roofing product is prematurely failing due to manufacturing problems. This…
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Roof Inspector Detects Hail Damage

We get our share of storms in East Tennessee.  Sometimes they can be severe with damaging hail that can ruin your roof. When we think of destructive, severe thunderstorms, twisters often come to mind. But, as Matthew Capucci writes in The Washington Post, hail can do much more damage. Most tornadoes are 330 feet wide…
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