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A Homeowner's Guide To Their Roof's Anatomy

3/23/2020


Your roof consists of several components, each a vital part of a well-functioning roof. By understanding these components, you can be better equipped to inspect and maintain your roof for the long term.


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Why You Should Hire a Roofer to Install Your Skylights

3/23/2020


Skylights provide an excellent source of natural light into your home. You don’t need to use any lamps or ceiling lights during the day, even if the room has no or few other windows. They help with your heating bills by utilizing solar heat for areas under the light. In addition, they can help with cooling bills by creating cross-ventilation when you have skylights that can open and allow air movement.

Some people feel they can hire a handyman or install skylights on their own. While the installation is not rocket science, and you or a handyman may be able to get the pieces securely in place, you have other things to consider that could affect your roof. Discover a few reasons to hire professional roofers to help you with anything pertaining to skylights and their installation.


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10 WAYS TO GET YOUR ROOF & GUTTERS READY FOR WINTER

11/29/2020


During the cold winter months, your roof should protect and insulate your home. Starting in the fall, you should have a plan for protecting your roof and gutters from damage. Is your roof and gutters ready for winter?

To prepare for the seasonal change, you should clear debris and any damage from the fall to keep your home warm and safe during the winter. Cleaning and inspecting your roof at least twice a year once in the spring and once in the fall could also help you maintain your roof’s warranty. Prepare your roof for winter with these 10 winter roofing tips.


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​​Can I Put A Second Layer of Shingles on My Roof?

2/7/22


“Can I put a second layer of shingles on my old roof?” You can, but you probably shouldn’t do it. This is known as a layover, putting a second or a third layer

of shingles on your roof is in most cases inadvisable and a job that HF Roofing is most likely to even turn down.

There are many reasons why you shouldn’t do spot roof repairs and should instead replace your roof entirely, but a layover has its own unique set of cons that merit investigation.




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Everything You Need to Know About Shingle Granules

3/23/2020


The vast majority of homes feature asphalt shingles on their roofs. Asphalt shingles are the most budget-friendly roofing option. What's more, they're highly durable. They also come in many colors, shapes, and even dimensions. However, unless you've ever inspected your roof closely, you might not realize the shingles feature a top coat of mineral granules.

Continue reading to find out everything you need to know about these shingle granules.


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3 Strategies for Cedar Roof Care

4/27/2020


Cedar shakes and shingles provide a long-lasting and attractive option for a roof. Cedar is naturally rot-resistant, so if it is cared for properly you face minimal chance for rot or leaks. Consider three main strategies that will ensure a leak-free and long-lasting cedar roof.


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Hail Damage and Your Roof

4/13/2020


An unexpected hailstorm can cause understandable alarm not only for drivers and pedestrians but also for homeowners. Hailstones don't have to boast massive sizes to do considerable damage as they pelt your roof. The resulting structural issues can leave you wondering what to do or where to turn.


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​​How to Take Care of Your Roof this Spring.

3/27/22

Once spring starts and the weather turns comfortably warmer, most homeowners start preparing their garden beds for planting, washing the grimy covers on the patio furniture, and cutting down trees that broke in half during a snowstorm. Hardly anyone thinks about checking in on their roof after the snow melts and runs off.

All throughout the frost season, your roof has protected you from the cold, freezing, and wetness. Non just a few months. A crack in the pipe boot is a simple and inexpensive fix. But failing to catch it because you skip regular maintenance can cause $400 or even up to $700 worth of damage to your ceiling.   

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