The autumn season is best known for its changing foliage and the celebration of Thanksgiving. But this can also be a time of harsh weather and severe storms.
Compared to residential roofs, flat roofing systems are a bit harder to maintain and keep in top form. This is because they’re more susceptible to various forms of damage, especially moisture damage due to their lack of slope. With that in mind, as a homeowner, it’s in your best interest to learn as much as you can about the problems that often plague flat roofs.
In this post, Patriot Roofing LLC discusses the usual issues that you’ll see in flat roofs and how you can fix them.
When a particularly strong storm hits your area and has passed, it’s important that you check the condition of your roofing system as soon as you can. This is because storms can cause major damage to your roofing system and while some can easily be spotted, there are a few that are so difficult to see from ground level that they’re practically hidden.
In this post, roof repair experts from Patriot Roofing LLC discusses the hidden signs of storm damage that every homeowner should look out for.
Sprucing up your home is a difficult task for any homeowner but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to do. In fact, there are numerous ways to do it and one of the most popular methods of breathing new life into your home is repainting your vinyl siding. However, this isn’t a task that one should jump headfirst into. The truth is, there are actually numerous things you have to know before commencing the project.
In this post, roofing pros from Patriot Roofing LLC discuss the five things you need to know before you paint your vinyl siding.
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Having a roof repair or replacement project done for your home is a significant task, especially if it’s an emergency. After all, you will need a the funds to get the job done. This is where deductibles come in. For those who are unaware, deductibles are a set amount that homeowners themselves will have to pay toward the cost of their insurance claim, such as a roof replacement. If your new roof costs $8000 and your deductible is $1500, your insurance provider will pay the remaining $6500 for the roof.
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