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Oftentimes our chimneys go overlooked. They can rest on our roofs unnoticed for decades on end. And if they do, it’s often only when the chimney has turned into a hazard that we perform any maintenance or repairs. However, with a bit of foresight, you can have tuckpointing performed on your chimney...

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While you may have seen flashing around your roof and the rest of your home, you may not know what it is and what it does. Well, this part of your home’s exterior is important in ensuring that the envelope of your home is sealed and protected from the forces of Mother Nature, even around your home’s...

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Whether you have a new roof over your head, or your roof is a few years old, it’s always worthwhile to keep it in tip-top shape, so you can rest assured that it will provide continual protection for your abode for years on end. After all, it is your home’s first defense against all that Mother Natur...

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As winter turns its coldest here in Massachusetts, we’re always here to ensure that your roof remains protective for your home — even in the face of heavy snows that can put pressure on your roof, and ice damming, which can damage your roof prematurely. Today, we’re going to talk about those hazards...

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Whether you want to remove snow from your roof, you’d like to swap out a few damaged shingles, or you need to replace your whole roof, you really shouldn’t do it yourself. Your roof can prove to be a dangerous place, especially for those who are untrained, unexperienced, and don’t have the proper to...

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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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Sometimes it is rather obvious that your roof is failing. When things are really bad, you’ll see leaks penetrating the ceilings and walls of your home. And when things are really really bad, you’ll see exposed rafters — don’t let things get really really bad. Fortunately, when there’s a failure, t...

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