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Preventing Roof Damage before a Summer Storm

The last thing homeowners look forward to in summer are the storms that come along with the season. Their arrival can spell doom for your roof. Instead of fearing them, you can take preventive measures to ensure they do not damage your roof. Preventing roof damage is easy if you…
Kyle Carney
August 5, 2020
BlogRoofing

Heat Waves and Your Roof. What Do You Need to Know?

While there are many roofing problems to watch out for in the summer, heat waves expedite these risks. With the sudden increase in temperatures and with the temperatures being so extreme, heat waves can cause very real problems for your roof, particularly if your roof was not properly ventilated when…
Kyle Carney
July 20, 2020
BlogGutters

Signs You Need to Replace Your Gutters

Your gutter system is an important part of maintaining your home’s infrastructure. And if you recently purchased a home, you may not know when your system was installed. If you’ve built a home or do know when your gutters were installed, there are some things to look for. So, what…
Kyle Carney
July 6, 2020
BlogRoofing

How Does Mold Impact Your Roof?

Over the course of the lifetime of a roof, mold is likely to grow on the shingles at some point. The combination of moisture and sunlight makes a roof the perfect place for mold. When left on your roof, mold can wreak havoc and cause significant damage that can require…
Kyle Carney
June 12, 2020
BlogRoofing

Roofing Problems To Watch Out For In The Summer

While roofing problems are possible at all times of the year, there are particular issues that are more likely in certain seasons than others. The summer is one of these seasons, especially in New Jersey, as the summer temperatures are usually drastically hotter than the other seasons.  For roofers in…
Kyle Carney
May 18, 2020
BlogGutters

4 Tips For Safe Gutter Cleaning This Spring

With the weather beginning to turn and spring just around the corner, it is about time to get outside and clean the gutters. Fall and winter bring harrowing winds, freezing temperatures and lots of moisture; all of which can lead to clogged or filled gutters. Leaving your gutters this way…
Kyle Carney
March 16, 2020