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Summer is the ideal time to replace your roof, beating the fall rain and snow

The long days of summer are the ideal time to replace your roof. The extra daylight hours mean workers can start early and stay late, and no one has to worry about spring rains and autumn snow falls interrupting progress. How do you know if you need a new roof? The signs include damaged shingles, missing shingles and evidence of water leaking...

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If your home is located in the path of a recent hail storm, it’s essential that you have your roof inspected by a certified professional

In late March and early April, several bands of thunderstorms tore through Northeast Ohio sending golf ball-sized hail slamming into vehicles and rooftops. The horizontal swaths affected tens of thousands of homes in just about every community between Akron and Cleveland’s southern suburbs. If your home was in the path of one of these storms,...

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Ready your roof for spring

There are several signs that you may need a new roof, including damaged shingles, missing shingles and evidence of water leaking into your home. If you see these indications, don’t wait too long because the spring rains are coming. “If a roof is damaged, a little rain or melting snow may be all you need to finally see a leak,” says...

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Melting ice and snow can cause serious damage to your home if your roof is not in great condition

There are several signs that you may need a new roof, including damaged shingles, missing shingles and evidence of water leaking into your home. If you see these indications, don’t wait too long because the ice storms are coming. “If a roof is damaged, melting snow and ice may be all you need to finally see a leak,” says Roofsmith...

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Is your roof ready for winter?

There are several signs that you may need a new roof, including damaged shingles, missing shingles and evidence of water leaking into your home. If you see these indications, don’t wait too long because the ice storms are coming. “If a roof is damaged, a strong summer thunderstorm may be all you need to finally see a leak,” says...

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