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Roofing Project: An Important Investment for Your Home

Monday, February 9th, 2015

Many homeowners tend to avoid roofing projects, as they think this type of projects create too much disruption in their everyday living. With proper planning, however, a simple roof repair can be an investment in your roof. (more…)

How to Save on Home Improvements

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

A simple repainting can give walls new life. A new set of furniture can add character to your interiors. A new roof can definitely redefine your home. Home renovation may seem overwhelming at times and costly at most, but with the right contractors, you can save money and reduce your worries. (more…)

Benefits of Hiring an Experienced Roofer

Monday, January 26th, 2015

Your roof is such an important part of your home’s protection and overall look that getting it repaired or replaced is going to be an investment. With a big home improvement project like this, you’ll definitely want a roofer who has all the credentials of a true roofing professional, with essential qualifications like expertise and, of course, experience. (more…)

4 Questions You Should Ask About Your Gutters

Monday, January 26th, 2015

Are you worried about the state of your gutters? This season is the perfect time for you to consult with professionals in roofing in Anderson SC. Here’s a list of questions based on common gutter problems homeowners encounter: (more…)

North Carolina’s Shifting Weather Patterns and Your Roof

Monday, January 19th, 2015

Because North Carolina is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, we regularly have to endure severe weather conditions. Summers can be really hot, while winters can bring freezing temperatures. Thunderstorms and even hurricanes that carry with them strong winds, rain, and hail frequent our state, especially during seasonal transitions. (more…)

Basic Mistakes in Gutter Installation

Monday, January 19th, 2015

Gutters are an essential part of the roofing system of a house, and their installation should be done correctly to maximize their purpose. Whether you decide to do the installation personally or hire professional roofers in Spartanburg SC, there are certain risks you may encounter if the installation is not done properly. There are various installation missteps that could result in structural damage and inconsistencies, which is why you have to be well informed on what makes bad gutters. (more…)

A Guide to Common Shingle Issues: What You Need to Know

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

Your home’s primary barrier to protect itself from the weather is the roof. However, because of the continuous exposure of your roof to the elements, there may come a time when deterioration and damage becomes inevitable. (more…)

The Roof Roof Analysis™ Process: What’s in It for You?

Friday, January 9th, 2015

Roof Roof, the leader among roofing contractors in Charlotte NC and the surrounding areas, has been the go-to roofing specialist since our company’s establishment way back in 1995. This is because we are committed to providing all of our customers with superior services, quality workmanship, and the best products available today, as most of our previous clients can attest to. (more…)

Haag Certification: A True Mark of Professionalism

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

We all know that the roof is a vital part of any home. A new roof is, as you might expect, going to be a big investment. That’s why, when it comes to your Charlotte roofing installation and repairs, you can’t settle for just any roofer out there. You have to be sure that you hire a professional—a company that has the experience, the expertise, the reputation, and the credibility in the roofing industry to ensure that your new roof will be expertly installed. This is where Haag Certification comes into play. (more…)

The Dangers that a Roof Leak Can Cause for your Home

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

Your roof is your primary means of protecting your home against the weather. It needs to be able to keep rain, snow, wind, and other environmental elements at bay. (more…)