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How Much Does Sun Damage Actually Hurt My Roof?
How Much Does Sun Damage Actually Hurt My Roof?

Roofs are meant to protect your home from the elements, but the elements can do major damage to your roof. Extreme wind, hail, and heavy rains can give your roof a pounding, but so can the sun. How Does the Sun Damage Your Roof? The sun damages your roof in two main ways: It ...

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Blog posts in Seasonal Roof Tips

  • 7 Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Home’s Exterior

    Despite media depictions, spring cleaning isn’t just a chore for the interior of your home. Your home’s exterior can also benefit from thorough scrub ...

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  • Three Cold Weather Roofing Tips

    Although winters in the Seattle area are typically mild, the weather presents some challenges when it comes to maintaining your roof. To help you plan ...

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  • Repair Or Replace Your Roof?

    Repair or Replace Your Roof? If you're considering repairing or replacing it, there are many important questions to ask yourself and a qualified ...

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  • 4 Roofing Resolutions for the New Year

    Homeowners should consider roof maintenance for the new year. This is the perfect time to inspect the roof for signs of excessive wear, leaks mold and ...

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  • What is an Ice Dam?

    When you live in an area that gets frozen precipitation, such as snow, sleet, and ice, you need to be on the lookout for ice dams. These walls of ice ...

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  • Prepare Your Roof for Winter

    Old Man Winter will soon be headed to town. Before the icy weather arrives, be sure to prepare your roof. Cleaning your gutters is only one of the ...

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  • Don't be Afraid of Roofing in Winter

    Many people believe that building or repairing a roof is a job reserved for the long days of summer. Fearing that rain and cold weather will ruin ...

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  • Roofing Contractor's Tips for Winter Care

    Winter can often be a difficult season for many, but none more so than for home roofs. With the risk of environmental damage and climate changes, ...

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