Repair or Replace?

Repair or Replace?

Oh, the difficult decision. Should I repair my roof, or would it be better to completely replace it? So many factors are involved that there’s not always a clear cut answer. A repair will save you money in the short term, but a replacement might save you more in the...
Re-Roofing Tips

Re-Roofing Tips

Looking to re-roof your home? With so many roofing options available it can be hard to decide what works best. To start off, here’s some info on the three most common types of roofing materials: asphalt, slate, and metal: How to Choose From the Different Types of Roof...
Roof Replacement for Added Value

Roof Replacement for Added Value

 Are you looking to add value to your Arlington home? Some projects like kitchen remodeling or finishing the basement really do add value, while converting the garage into a playroom probably won’t. Replacing your roof, however, is pretty much guaranteed to increase...
Shingle Damage and Repair

Shingle Damage and Repair

Shingle roofs can be susceptible to storm damage. Once this spring snow lets up you really ought to inspect your roof for any damage done. Even a single storm can cause problems: Shingle Damage Caused by Storms: What You Need to Know It is no secret that storms wreak...
My Roof is Made of Tires?

My Roof is Made of Tires?

Did you know that some roofs are actually made out of recycled tires? No, I don’t mean that your roof will look like this: Rubber roofing is growing in popularity. The shingles, which often look just like ordinary asphalt shingles, are made from recycled tires, among...
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