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3 Roofing Repairs You Should Have a Roofing Plumber Handle

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When it comes to basic roofing repairs, like broken or missing shingles, then you may know exactly who to call. But there are some other roofing repairs that may not be so cut and dry. These repairs may lead you to question if you should use a roofing contractor, general contractor, or roofing plumber. Here are a few roofing repairs you should always call a roofing plumber to handle and why. Read More»

Why Opt for Plasterboard Versus Drywall?

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Many homeowners mistakenly think that plasterboard and drywall are the same product, since both are applied over the frame of a home to create walls. Drywall is actually gypsum sheets that are screwed into the wall studs, and drywall tape is put between the sheets to cover up the seams or gaps. Plasterboard refers to a plaster compound that is applied over a board piece, called blue board, and which then dries and hardens. Read More»

Signs You May Need the Services of Roofing Contractors

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One of the most overlooked areas of the home is the roof. This is quite unfortunate considering that the roof is what provides your entire household protection against the elements. Due to its constant exposure to the changing weather patterns, your roof is likely to suffer from wear and tear. The trick to ensuring that you do not need a complete roof replacement is spotting any damages early and having them repaired before they become exacerbated. Read More»

Choosing the Right Roofing Material for Your Home's New Roof

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When your home needs a new roof, you might take the opportunity to consider the materials available to you. Asphalt shingles are typically the most popular choice for a home’s roof, but they’re not the only choice. Other materials may be better for the environment and more durable overall, and they may even look better. Note a few choices you have for roofing materials so you make the right decision for your home. Read More»

Two Ways To Repair a Sheet Metal Roof

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Sheet metal roofing is widely used by property owners due to the material’s inherent durability and strength. However, like all materials, the metal roof can suffer from occasional damage. For example, a tree may be blown over and strike a section of the roof. If this happens, it is much better to assess and fix the problem immediately, in order to prevent the damage from becoming worse. This article looks at two ways to repair damage like small and larger cracks in a metal roof. Read More»