Benefits Of Solar Roofing For Micro And Tiny Homes

Posted on: 12 February 2021
If you are planning long-term living in a micro or tiny home you may also be considering your power options. If you are traveling, electric power sources may be viable depending on your campsites and travel locations. However, electric power can be costly and may not always be available during your stops. One way to ensure you have a power source regardless of your travel plans or location is to use solar shingle or panel roofing.
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Four Ways Squirrels Damage Roofs

Posted on: 20 January 2021
Squirrels may seem like cute, harmless animals that scamper through trees and frolic in the yard, but these small rodents can actually cause quite a bit of damage to your roof. It's vital that you learn how to spot squirrel damage so you can plan for a quick roof repair. Trimming back trees so they don't overhang the rood can reduce squirrel access and prevent some damage, but you still must remain vigilant to potential trouble.
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4 Things To Know About Spanish Tile Roofing

Posted on: 29 December 2020
Tile roofing might be a good choice for your home when you want something more attractive than standard asphalt shingles. A popular type of tile roofing is clay Spanish tiles. However, Spanish tiles can be made from concrete too. These tiles are often orange, but you can also buy them in other colors. Here are four things to know about Spanish tile roofing. 1. Tile Roofs Have Natural Insulation Due to the shape of Spanish tiles and the natural qualities of clay tiles, there is more air circulation around the roof than is provided with other types of roofing.
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2 Tips To Help Keep Ice Dams From Forming On The Edges Of Your Shingled Roof

Posted on: 1 December 2020
Every time a major snowstorm moves into your area, you may notice that large chunks of ice form along the edges of your roof the day after. Known as ice dams, these formations occur when the snow melts during the day and refreezes at night. Because the sheer weight of the ice can cause damage to the shingles along your roof's edges, you may be wondering what can be done to prevent them.
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