Top Spring Roofing Concerns

The residential roofer experts at J&J Roofing in Roseville, Michigan break down some of the top roofing concerns for homeowners. We talk about signs of roof damage and residential roofing repair solutions.

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Decisions to Make When Choosing Your Roof

The residential roofing team at J&J Roofing in Roseville, Michigan shares advice for choosing a new roof for your home. We talk about selecting the right material for your residential roofing installation and more.

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Why It’s Safer to Hire a Professional Roofer

When your roof needs repairs, one of the most important things you can do is address them right away. Failure to address even minor roof damage can lead to threats to your roof’s overall integrity and create potential disaster down the road. It can be tempting to hire an amateur roofer to save on your roofing costs or even handle simple roofing repairs yourself. But just because iaa roof repair seems minor doesn’t mean it’s a good idea to handle it without a professional.

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The Importance of Good Roof Insulation

A residential roof may seem like it has a relatively simple structure. However, a high-performance residential roof is actually a marvel of modern engineering, and central to its performance is quality insulation. Good roofing insulation is integral to your home’s comfort and energy costs. It also increases the lifespan of your roof.

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Is Your Roof Leaking? Here’s What to Do

The smell of the rain on the air can be one of life’s simplest pleasures, and there’s nothing quite like the sound of gentle raindrops on a spring afternoon. But when the thunder starts to roll and heavy clouds bring intense wind and strong rain, it’s a different story. Although your roof is designed to withstand all sorts of extreme weather from winter snows to spring storms, every roof has its limits. When hail, storms, and high winds put your roof to the test, it can begin to show wear and tear over time.

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Choosing Your Shingle Color

When you’re installing a new roof on your home, you want to choose a high-performance roof that can stand up to the worst of Michigan weather. But you’ll also need to make some important decisions about the type of shingles you choose to install. Because asphalt shingles can last for several decades, it’s important to choose a color you’ll be happy with years from now. The right color can add to your home’s value as well as curb appeal.

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What Does a Roof Inspection Involve?

When your roof is working well, it’s one of those things you probably don’t put much thought into. However, if you overlook routine roofing maintenance, a few major storms and a season of snow can be all it takes to cause minor problems you don’t see to become serious ones. Before you end up reaching for a bucket to address a ceiling leak during a rainstorm, it’s a good idea to know the signs of roof trouble to prevent serious problems.

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Can Asphalt be Layered Over Old Shingles?

One of the biggest investments you’ll make as a homeowner is in your roof. When your home needs residential roofing replacement, that means every bit of your original roof will need to be replaced for a new roof to be installed. One of the most common questions we hear from homeowners refers to layering asphalt shingles over your roof’s existing shingles. Homeowners look at this as an option that could save funds on the overall roof replacement by cutting some of the labor costs incurred when removing the old roof.

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Why CertainTeed Credentials are a Safer Roof Installation

Your roof provides some of the most important functions when it comes to protecting your home. A well-constructed roof can prevent moisture and air infiltration, preventing mold growth and helping to keep your home warm in the winter and cool on the hottest days. The best roofs combine high-performance products with excellent installation techniques to create a completely safe layer of protection on Michigan residences.

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Creating a More Energy-Efficient Home

From the moment winter weather first creeps into the first warm days of spring, the mercury can drop awfully low in Michigan. If your home has its share of drafts or cold spots, winter can be a miserable time. Even if your home stays fairly comfortable, your energy costs can still creep up during the winter. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to create a more comfortable interior space while improving your energy savings each month.

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