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Roof Replacement: Why You Should Remove the Old Underlayment

2021-09-25T10:30:48-04:00September 27, 2021|Roofing|

Roof systems wear out over time, or they can get damaged from extreme weather events. Depending on material and quality, you can expect your roof to last for several years or even decades. Of course, proper maintenance is also a huge factor in determining the life span of a roof. But once the time has finally come to replace your roofing, it’s best to do a complete tear-off instead of reroofing. A complete tear-off usually . . .

How Does Moisture Damage Your Roof?

2021-09-25T10:30:48-04:00March 12, 2021|Roofing|

When your roof has leaks, you won’t think twice on getting it fixed to avoid water damage. But even without a roof leak, your inner roofing structure is still susceptible to mold and rot if not maintained properly. Expert storm damage repair contractor De Palma Construction explains what you need to know: . . .

Roof Vents: Should They Be Covered During Winter?

2021-09-25T10:30:49-04:00January 11, 2021|Roofing|

Roof vents are an essential part of your roofing system. Designed to circulate air through your attic and enable it to exit your home, they are quite instrumental in keeping your attic space from becoming cold — which prevent damage to your home as well as an increase in your energy use. . . .

Understanding the Claim Process on Storm-Damaged Roofs

2021-09-25T10:30:49-04:00October 21, 2020|Roof Installation, Roof repair, Roofing Contractor|

Most home insurance policies cover unexpected roof damage. If your roof was damaged in a storm or by fallen debris, then your home insurance should cover the cost of repairing your roof to its pre-loss condition. However, roof insurance claims from storm damage aren’t always that easy, especially for a storm damage repair. Some insurance policies have stipulations about the age of your roof and to help you understand how this works, De Palma Construction weighs . . .

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