1. Holiday Lights on Home at Night

    Safety Tips to Install Holiday Lights on Your Roof

    ‘Tis the season to hang those roof lights. And along with holiday spirit comes the danger of heading up to the roof to hang those lights. Here at Red Dog’s Roofing, we’re well aware that the roof isn’t the best place to spend your winter. It’s steep, high above the ground, and in the middl…Read More

  2. Snow Falling on Home Roof

    Signs Your Roof Needs Repairs Before Winter

    With winter weather in the forecast, it’s time to batten down the hatches and prepare for blizzards and cold. Your roof is your home’s first line of defense against all that Mother Nature can produce this season, so it’s crucial to inspect your roof for any issues before they become major prob…Read More

  3. Wood Shake Roof With a Chimney

    Signs That Your Chimney Requires Tuckpointing

    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 chimne…Read More

  4. Corner Shingles Peel Up on Roof

    How to Detect Roof Leaks

    A leaky roof is a serious issue and it can lead to substantial, costly damage to your home. That’s why it's crucial to have your home inspected every year to ensure that leaks don’t crop up. In addition, you can take measures to ensure that your roof isn’t leaking in between inspections. Remai…Read More

  5. Rainfall on a Rooftop

    Our Roofing Maintenance Tips

    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 N…Read More

  6. Leak in a Home Ceiling

    The Unseen Dangers of a Leaky Roof

    Every homeowner knows that a leak is a bad sign when it comes to your roof. After all, if you have water pouring into your home, your roof simply isn’t doing its job. But how much damage is a leak really causing? Behind our walls and above our ceilings, leaks can be causing serious damage, especia…Read More

  7. New Home With Black Asphalt Shingle Roof

    Spring Is the Perfect Time for an Inspection

    As winter storms shift to spring showers, the season couldn’t be more perfect to take a look at your home’s roof. After a rough winter full of snow, freezing rain, and high winds, your roof could look a little worse for the wear. So, now that spring has rolled around, it’s a smart idea to have…Read More

  8. Heavy Snow and Damaging Ice Dams Banner

    How to Keep Safe From Heavy Snow & Damaging Ice Dams

    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 h…Read More

  9. Roofer Installing Composite Roofing Material

    Why You Should Leave Roofing Services to the Pros

    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 pro…Read More

  10. What Causes Roof Damage?

    What Causes Roof Damage?

    Your roof should be rugged. Preferably, it’d be impenetrable. Unfortunately, roofs aren’t perfectly impervious to damage. Even the most expensive roofing materials are prone to damage over time. So, what causes roof damage? And how can you avoid it? Well, today, we have the answers. As Massachus…Read More