My Roof Was Supposed to Last 20 Years Why Didn’t It?

Even though most shingle roofing is designed to last on average around 20 years, this is not always the case. There are several factors that will determine how long the roof on your home will actually last.

One of the most important factors is how often you inspection the roof. According to the NRCA (National Roofing Contractors Association), homeowners should inspect their roofs at least twice a year – once in the spring and again in the fall.1

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Spring Cleaning Tips: Don’t Forget Your Roof

As the snow melts away and the warmer temperatures of spring return, this is a great time to do some spring cleaning. As you are making out your “To Do” list of spring cleaning chores, remember to include your roof. Winter weather, snow, and ice can be your roof’s worst enemy, especially if there were numerous winter storm and several freeze-thaw cycles.

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Why Does My Attic Smell Musty?

Musty smelling attics are often an indication of moisture and improper attic venting. To ensure your roof lasts and performs for a long time, it is essential the ventilation of the attic and roof are sufficient.
Ventilation is accomplished using a variety of different roofing material products. These air vents are installed at key locations and areas of the roof. The objective is to create the right air flow into and out of the attic space. This air flow is what helps control the air temperatures in the attic space, as well as moisture.

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Roofing Systems 101: An Introduction to Roofing System Basics

Most Canadian homeowners will only replace their roofing systems once or twice during the entire time they own their home. Of course severe storms, excess snowfalls and other such natural causes can result in having to have roofs replaced or repaired several times over the period you own your home.

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Roof Problems with Ice Dams

Does Your Roof Have Problems with Ice Dams in the Winter?

Ice dams are a ridge of ice that forms along the edge of your roof during the winter typically after fairly decent snowfalls and long periods with temperatures remaining below freezing. Ice dams stop melting snow water from draining correctly off the roof into the gutters.

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