What to Expect From a Roofing Inspection

You probably know that your roof got an inspection before you purchased your house and that you’ll have to get another one prior to selling it. You may know that it’s recommended that you get your roof inspected after severe weather, especially if you suspect there may be damage to your shingles, flashing, fascia, soffit, or that you may have weak spots that could give way over time. You may not...
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Watch Out for These 4 Areas of Your Roof

When it comes to roof leaks and weak spots, a few areas tend to be more susceptible to damage than others. To avoid a huge headache, property damage, and a lot of expenses, you should work casual inspections of these areas into your normal housekeeping schedule. You don’t have to check your fascia and soffit every week, but doing a visual inspection of these areas, along with your chimney and...
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Syl-View Health Care Center

We had the pleasure of working with the fine folks at Syl-View Health Care Center in Sylvania,...
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Blythewood South Carolina

When your roof is more complex then your neighbors you better not risk it with the other guys!  You should always have your roof inspected after bad weather, because even though the shingle looks good it could be damage from hail causing your entire roof to be compromised.  We use a felt paper and an ice/water shield to protect your roof for years to...
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Why You Should Get Your Roof Inspected After Severe Weather

When your roof is visibly damaged during a storm, whether you have an immediately noticeable leak or not, you know that you need to get a roof inspection and have a trusted national roofing contractor, like American Roofing, come out to inspect your roof and do any necessary repairs. If you don’t, you risk your homeowners insurance company refusing to pay for the damages because you did not do...
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Advantages of a Metal Roof

Most homeowners have for many years selected asphalt roofing shingles, whether for a new house or for re-roofing an existing house. As the name implies, these shingles are a petroleum product and, as such, thus adds to our dependence on fossil fuels. Their lifetime is about 15-20 years, resulting in some 10 million tons of waste per year in the US. While these shingles are recyclable, it...
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