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Important Tips to Ensure a Successful Roofing Project

2021-04-16T10:00:00-04:00April 16, 2021|Roofing|

Any roofing project is a major financial commitment; in fact, it involves processes that can be more complex than you might have thought. There’s more to a roof repair than just sealing gaps, just as a roof replacement involves more than just a shingle tear-off. Nowadays, reliable roofing is all about taking advantage of innovative roofing materials and a systematic approach that focuses on protecting your most important investment—your residential or commercial property. . . .

Breaking Down a Roof Estimate: Important Items to Look For

2021-02-03T09:21:00-05:00February 3, 2021|Roofing|

One of the most crucial aspects of the roof replacement process involves obtaining estimates from multiple contractors. As a homeowner, knowing its contents is imperative so you can avoid unscrupulous roofers that provide estimates that fall short of what they should be. Many homeowners fall prey to bids that are too good to be true, with a dollar amount and not much else.It all starts with a roof inspection carried out by the prospective contractor. . . .

3 Ways to Protect Your Roof From Winter Moisture Damage

2021-02-02T09:16:00-05:00February 2, 2021|Roofing|

We all know how winter weather can be particularly damaging to roofing systems, especially if proper precautions aren’t taken. To protect your investment from moisture damage caused by snow and ice, see to it that you give your roof the attention it deserves. DePalma Construction recommends the following steps you need to take: . . .

Roof Vents: Should They Be Covered During Winter?

2021-03-17T04:29:10-04:00January 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. . . .

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