Factors That Affect the Length of a Roof Replacement Project

Posted on: 3 February 2021

Are you planning a residential roof replacement project? If so, it's essential to know how long it may take to complete the project. This knowledge enables you to make relocation arrangements. Also, it allows you to calculate the estimated billable hours for the roofing crew. With this in mind, here are some key factors determining how long it will take to replace your roof. Partial vs. total roof replacement Are you carrying out a partial or total replacement?
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Understanding Re-Roofing

Posted on: 23 October 2020

Re-roofing is the act of installing a roof on top of an existing roof. This is usually done because it is cheaper and quicker than tearing off the old roof. Tear-offs/roof replacements are achieved when your existing roof is removed and replaced with a new roof. Here's what you need to know about re-roofing: Benefits/Advantages of Re-Roofing As indicated above, the main reason you would consider re-roofing is how cheap and quick it is when compared to roof replacement.
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4 Signs That It's Time for a Roof Replacement

Posted on: 27 August 2020

It's funny that the only time most people think of their roof is during its installation and in case it's damaged and needs replacement. Your roof is the barrier that protects you and your property against the harsh elements. It keeps intruders out, too. If you chose a great roofer in the first place, your roof should serve you for a long time. However, even the best roofs don't last forever.
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Adding a Skylight to a Metal Roof: Things to Consider

Posted on: 11 June 2020

Is installing a skylight on a metal roof going to be any different to installing it on a tiled roof? Not really. In terms of the logistics of installation, it can even be more straightforward to install a skylight on a metal roof. But will the nature of your roof make a difference in your subsequent enjoyment of your new skylight? Will it make the sound of rain hitting your roof even more pronounced?
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