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A Roofer’s Guide to Seasonal Risks: Spring

Spring is the season of roof inspections and minor repairs for New England property owners. Although the worst risks are behind you, it’s important to stay proactive about your roof’s health and look out for seasonal hazards, including heavy rains, wind damage, and mold.

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Roofing insurance vs. carpentry insurance

Learn about the differences between roofer’s and carpenter’s insurance to ensure your next roof replace or repair job runs smoothly. While there is a good deal of overlap, roofer’s insurance is specialized to support the unique risks and operational conditions of roofing work.

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The Best Roofing Materials for Massachusetts

Massachusetts properties depend on durable roofing materials that offer maximum protection through every season, but what option is right for your home or commercial building? If you’re looking to build or replace your roof, consider these popular roofing materials.

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A Roofer’s Guide to Seasonal Risks: Winter

Winter is a tough season for New England property owners and roofing contractors. To protect against the risks of severe weather, homeowners should develop a comprehensive roof protection plan that considers the basics of snow removal.

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How a Simple Roof Inspection Can Save You Money

Learn how a roof inspection can save you money by helping to identify minor flaws and major risks to your roof’s stability. Prepare for the rough New England winter by scouting out your roof, and protect against financial loss by fixing the problems you find. When in doubt, call in a licensed roofing contractor for a second opinion.

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How To Safely Remove Snow From Your Roof

It's that time of the year again in New England. The time of blizzards and winter storm warnings and constantly checking the local weather forecasts. But, we're used to it, right? We've been through it a thousand times. Six to fifteen inches of snow is a...

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How Often Do Roofs Need To Be Replaced?

If you’ve done just a little digging into this question, you’ve probably come across the “25-30 year rule” for replacing your roof. That figure is used as a benchmark. Most residential roofs need replacing within that window. However, there are quite a few variables to consider…

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