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If you have a sloped roof, you should have an underlayment, even if you have a low-sloping roof. This layer (which is the layer placed directly on the deck of your roof) provides further protection to your home. Today, we’re going to talk all about underlayments, including what they are and why we u...

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With summer in full swing (the summer solstice was on the 21st, by the way!), it’s officially the best time to have your roof repaired or replaced. It might come as a surprise to some, since temperatures can get sweltering, especially on top of a black-shingled roof. However, summer actually provide...

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Flashing provides protection for components of your roof, and it works in conjunction with your roofing material. Flashing is applied to roofing corners and valleys, as well as objects that jut out through your roof. So let’s talk flashing. What is flashing? How does it work? And where is it used?...

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If you’re redoing your roof, or if you’re constructing a new home, you know that your roofing material counts. It’s a serious decision, and there are so many options out there (including asphalt shingles, wooden shakes, slate tiles, composite tiles, and metal). So how do you choose which material is...

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