How to Prepare Your Roof for Winter

It may be summer now, but in the words of one very popular television show, “Winter is coming.” Cold weather, snow, and ice may be the farthest things from your mind right now, but in a few months, you could have a serious problem on your hands if you don’t take care of a few simple things now and in the coming months. First of all, if you can’t remember the last time you had your roof...
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7 Tips for Evaluating Roof Shingle Damage from Wind or Hail

The Southeastern United States is sometimes subject to high wind velocities, often associated with severe thunderstorms, tropical storms and hurricanes. In those cases damage may occur to your roof that may or may not be visible. Many shingles carry a wind-resistance rating of 60 miles per hour, but laboratory tests don’t always correspond to actual events. Wind damage is caused by negative air...
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Case Study: Exterior Renovation in Savannah, GA

This is a great case study of a home improvement project by American Roofing. This home is located on Wilmington Island in beautiful Savannah, GA. We will refer to the homeowner’s as Mr. and Mrs. Jones to protect their identity. Mr. and Mrs. Jones have a history of home improvement projects with disastrous results. In the past, their experience with contractors was one of always paying upfront...
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