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Understanding Roof Weather Damage and Roof Replacement

The roof of your home is one of its most important components. Your roof protects the inside or your home from rain, snow, wind, ice, hail, and other types of weather. This means that your roof is exposed to all of these elements and can receive weather damage. To keep your home in good condition your roof will need to be repaired or replaced occasionally. This article will talk about weather damage and roof replacement.

How Does Infrared Thermal Imaging Help Protect Your Roof?

Commercial roofs can benefit from thermal imaging technology. Read on.

How To Stay Safe When Working on A Fragile Roof

A short introduction to health and safety when working on a fragile roof. The article details some of the things to consider before embarking on any roof project and suggests ways to ensure workers avoid injury.

6 Ways to Minimise Thatch Fire Risks From Outside a Property

Even though the vast majority of thatch fires start inside of a home there are still a few outside fire risks that thatch roof homeowners should never ignore. These risks are all easily avoided with through simple common sense as can be seen by the six ways to minimise thatch fire risks below: 1. If ever a fire is needed to be lit, be it a bonfire or barbeque, it needs to be as far away as possible from the thatch dwelling.

How to Prepare a Roof for Hurricane Season

Between June and November is “hurricane season,” the time of year where storms with powerful winds and rainfall can come ashore off of the ocean and cause insurmountable structural damage to buildings. This article will give some helpful hints to secure your roof against these amazing forces of Mother Nature. Regular Maintenance Long before the winds start blowing and the waters start rising, check out the condition of your roof.

The Significance Of Proper Attic Ventilation

Proper ventilation of an attic is an often overlooked aspect of a home’s roofing. While the attic would seem to be nothing, but a closed up space it is much more than that and keeping it properly ventilated will help your roof and the inside of your home.

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