Is A Foam Roof Worth It?

Posted on: 2 February 2017
If you're in the market for a new roof, you may have heard about foam roof coatings. There seem to be a number of myths floating around about this roofing type, but it's actually a great choice when compared to the alternatives. Here are some of the more common questions answered so you know if investing in a foam roof is worth it. How long do they last? This is where foam roofs really hold their own when compared to the competition.
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Tips For Easing Stress And Anxiety In Young Children When Your Roof Is Being Replaced

Posted on: 19 December 2016
If you have small children, you already know that any home improvement project can disrupt routines and prompt a host of behavioral issues. Having your roof repaired or replaced is no exception. But there are ways to minimize the disruption to your daily routines and reduce the stress level for your little ones. Gradually Change Routines Before the Roofers Arrive Children are creatures of habit and depend on their daily routine to predict what happens next.
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How To Locate Leaks In The Roof And Make Temporary Repairs

Posted on: 7 November 2016
Leaks in the roof can be difficult to pinpoint. Water stains or drips inside the home may appear at a distance from the actual leak, as the water may run down a beam or other structure inside the wall or ceiling before it surfaces where you can see it.  Follow these tips for locating a leak in your roof and making a temporary fix until you can arrange for the roofers to repair the roof.
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Lower Your Store's AC Bills And Keep More Of Your Profits

Posted on: 15 June 2016
Because it's responsible for keeping your customers cool and comfortable while they shop, air conditioning is a feature you can't afford to skimp on. If you can't keep indoor temperatures cozy throughout the day, chances are that your customers won't stick around for long to browse your store's shelves. While air conditioning expenses are inevitable, there are a few things you can do to make sure that they don't cut into your company's overall profit margins.
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