From category archives: JJ Roofing

Roof Inspection

What Does a Roof Inspection Involve?

Our home roof repair team at J&J Roofing in Roseville, Michigan discusses roofing inspections and how we can help. We talk about what is involved with our roof inspection process and how we can help with roof leaks in heavy rain, roof damage from wind, and more.

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Understanding the Life Cycle of a Roof

When a high-performance roof is well taken care of, it can last for many years and protect your home and family through many long seasons of extreme Michigan weather. But nothing lasts forever, and this includes even the best roofs. If you’re worried your roof may be nearing the end of its life cycle, you may be unsure of what to look for.

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What to Do if Your Roof is Leaking?

The residential roofing experts at J&J Roofing in Roseville talk about the warning signs that let you know your roof has a leak. We discuss the best way a homeowner can approach a leaky roof problem to get it repaired and back to protecting the home from the next big storm.

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Which Shingles are Right for Your Home?

The residential roofing contractors at J&J Roofing in Roseville, Michigan, talk about choosing the best shingles for your home and offer their best advice on the things you should consider when you’re deciding which shingles are right for your home’s new roof.

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What Does it Mean to Be a Certified ShingleMaster Company?

The residential roofing contractors at J&J Roofing in Detroit talk about what it means to be a certified CertainTeed ShingleMaster company and how certification benefits you when we install a new roof in your home.

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What You Can Learn from Our No-Obligation Inspection

The residential roofing contractors at J&J Roofing in Roseville talk about our no-obligation inspection, and discuss what you can learn from having our contractors come to your home and examine your roof to provide a roofing estimate.

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