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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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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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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8 Tips for Evaluating Damage after an Ice Storm

With all the severe winter weather we have been experiencing in the Southeast lately, we wanted to share with you some quick tips for evaluating the damage to your home or business, and some steps to take after the storm. Avoid injury first and foremost! Do not get on the roof, or work beneath a roof that has a large amount of snow, especially on a ladder, as the snow could avalanche or you...
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Tips for Selecting a Reputable Roofing Contractor

For most homeowners, their house is their largest investment by far. So when it is time to make a major roofing upgrade or replacement, careful attention should be paid to evaluating potential contractors to ensure a professional job results. This means ruling out the typical “handyman” who may claim to be able to complete the job for less money than a roofing company. No matter how high the...
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