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When you’re choosing a new home, the condition of its roof is important, but it is also just one of many important considerations that go into your final decision. Although you’ll want your roof to be in good condition, you may be willing to accept a compromise on a home’s roof in exchange for a great layout and other features. However, once you’ve purchased a home, it is important to understand the roof’s expected lifespan and plan ahead for necessary repairs and eventual roof replacement.
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After a summer filled with long, warm days, it’s hard to believe it’s already fall once more. As friends and neighbors begin to embrace the seasonal chance by lining their porches with friendly pumpkins, it’s a good time to look ahead toward winter. Planning ahead to make sure your home is well-insulated before winter hits can mean the difference between a comfortable home or outsized energy costs and cold spots.
Is there anything as magical as a snowy winter landscape? From snow angels to frosted trees and rooftops, snow can be absolutely breathtaking. But just like anything else, it is possible to have too much of a good thing. When winter storms hit, all of the accumulated snow can put your roof to the test. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to prevent the weight of all that snow from causing your roof to collapse.