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Should You Have Your Metal Roof Grounded for Safety?

Should You Have Your Metal Roof Grounded for Safety?

Metal may be one of the most dependable roofing options around, but some homeowners are worried that it’s dangerous because of one thing – metal conducts electricity. Out of fear of being a fire hazard when hit by lightning or a severed power line, some people think that metal roofs should be grounded, but is that really necessary? 

4 Common Myths About Asphalt Shingle Roofs, Debunked

4 Common Myths About Asphalt Shingle Roofs, Debunked

Asphalt shingles are, without doubt, the most popular roofing material in the country. However, myths about it persist, some of which are believable enough to discourage homeowners from enjoying its benefits. Today, we debunk some of the most common myths about asphalt shingles.  Continue Reading

Does Your Insurance Cover Snow Roofing Damage?

Does Your Insurance Cover Snow Roofing Damage?

The harsh winter weather can take a toll on your roof. While regular maintenance is key to keep it in the best condition, sometimes, the worst can still happen.  That being said, you need to watch out for legal liabilities, and check whether your homeowners insurance policy has got you covered to avoid dealing with… Continue Reading

Roof Shingle Color: Why It Matters

Roof Shingle Color: Why It Matters

Your roof is one of the most vital parts of your home’s exterior. In fact, its style and color is one of the first things people notice when they pass by your home. So, when it’s time to invest in a new roofing system, you must consider the colors you want to use. But why does the… Continue Reading

What You Need to Know About Slate Roofing

What You Need to Know About Slate Roofing

Slate roofing has been around for centuries. This material isn’t as popular as it used to be due to the availability of more affordable products. Nevertheless, slate still deserves consideration when installing a new roof. Here’s why. Continue Reading