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Watch for These Common Spring Gutter Issues

After a long, cold winter, there’s nothing quite like those first warm days of the season. The air is pleasant, the early spring flowers start to bloom, and birds begin to greet every morning with their birdsong once more. Even pollen allergies can seem more bearable to some Michiganders when they’re grateful to finally be out of the cold.

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Spring Roofing Problems to Look Out For

It’s springtime in Michigan, which means it’s a perfect time to take advantage of the warmer weather and address home maintenance. Although winter can be rough on your roof, spring weather can also take its toll. Regular roof maintenance can help prolong the life of your roof and protect your home when difficult spring weather comes.

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Get a Cooler Summer Home With Attic Insulation Upgrades

With spring weather finally here, it won’t be long before we fire up our air conditioners for the season. If your air conditioning energy costs last season were out of control, you’re probably already concerned about how to keep that electric bill down this summer.

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Understanding Your Roof Warranty

When you install a new roof, you want it to last as long as possible. After all, for most people, their home is one of the most important investments they’ll ever make. That’s why it’s important to understand how your warranty works before you need to make a claim. At J&J Roofing, we partner with manufacturers like CertainTeed that offer powerful warranties to protect homeowners while they’re protecting their homes.

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Do This When Storms Damage Your Roof

Winter in Michigan can be hard on your roof. But after a long, cold winter leaving often unseen ice and precipitation damage on your roof, your shingles are more vulnerable than ever against spring storms. Unfortunately, without a complete roof inspection, you can’t be completely certain that your roof is up to the challenge.

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Attic Ventilation Issues to Discuss With Your Contractor

When you look at your roof, what do you see? Although a roof looks superficially like a simple construction of primarily shingles, it’s actually a complex structure with many components. In addition to your shingles, the flashing, hips, ridges, and even your attic ventilation system come together to protect your home. If any one of these components is compromised, your entire roof system is at risk along with the walls and interior structure of your home.

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Tax Credits and Your Roof

With tax season upon us, millions of homeowners are reaping the benefits of tax credits as they take advantage of ENERGY STAR savings. ENERGY STAR is a U.S. government program designed to encourage energy savings among homeowners and businesses to help reduce our overall environmental footprint. At J&J Roofing in Roseville, we know firsthand how crucial high-performance roofs can be when it comes to reducing your home’s energy footprint.

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Does Your New Home Have Hidden Air Leaks?

The key to an efficient home is creating a complete thermal envelope. Think of a thermal envelope as an invisible protective shield around the home that protects the living space from the elements.

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Architectural Designs and Landmark Shingles

Whether you’re in the process of building a new home or you’re thinking of replacing your roof, choosing the right roof for your home can be a difficult decision. At J&J Roofing, our Roseville residential roofers work with homeowners throughout Macomb County to design and install beautiful roofs every day. We partner with CertainTeed to offer a wide range of roofing designs including architectural and traditional shingles.

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Steps to Improving Your Home’s Efficiency

As residential roofing experts, our team is committed to more than just helping homeowners install and maintain good-looking roofs. We’re also committed to helping homeowners and building owners improve their indoor air quality, thermal comfort levels, and energy efficiency.

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