Category Archive: Roofing

Don’t Ignore A Leaky Roof

Don't Ignore A Leaky All-Nu Construction
If the drip drip drip of a leak has you on edge, it should! It’s rare that a leak is found as it happened.

Until you know the specific source of a leak, you can’t know the full extent of the damage the leak caused.

You should address the leak in your home as quickly as possible, if not, you could possibly create even more damage to your home.

 

 

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How To Safely Remove Snow From Your Roof

How To Safely Remove Snow From Your Roof All-Nu Construction
Winter is upon us, and if you haven’t had to battle severe winter weather yet, you know you will soon.
Once the white stuff starts flying, many of us give our first attention to clearing walkways and driveway.

Is Your Skylight Leaking?

What to do when your skylight is leaking? All-Nu Construction

In spite the beauty and purpose of the skylight, leakage on them can be a nuisance.

A leakage on these windows is a common indicator of a potential roof problem. At the first sign of a leak in your skylight, you should address the problem.

Not doing so can lead to more damage and risk a more expensive repair.

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Preparing Your Roof For A Winter Weather Event

Preparing Your Roof For A Winter Weather Event

Days are shorter and temperatures are colder. There is no way to avoid it. Winter is on its way. No doubt you’ll be counting on your home to keep you safe and warm during the darkest months. You will, quite literally, want a reliable roof over your head. But those colder conditions serve a serious threat to your home. Luckily, there are steps you can take now to prepare your roof for the upcoming weather.

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Tricky Winter Weather Damage To Roofs

Tricky Winter Weather Damage To Roofs

Winter storms will soon be gripping the region. You’ll be shoveling out your car, driveway, and sidewalks. But don’t stop there. Take a look up at your roof and check things out. A wintry mix of snow, sleet, rain, and ice is not only troublesome for driving conditions but can also cause serious damage to roofs. Here is what to watch for once Old Man Winter gets your roof in his icy grasp.
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What causes mold on my roof?

What causes mold on my roof?

As time progresses, there is a good chance mold will grow on your roof. If you leave roof mold alone, it will eventually damage your home. Let’s take a look at how you can identify mold on your roof, why it forms and what can be done to stop it from spreading.

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How To Fix Shingle Damange After A Storm

How to fix shingle damage after a storm

Harsh weather has the potential to damage shingles or even rip them right off your roof. You need your roof to remain firmly in place in order to protect your family and your valuables.

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Is Your Gutter Apron Missing In Action?

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Does your gutter seem to be a waste of money by collecting very little to no rainwater at all? If your answer is yes, then a gutter apron is definitely missing in action. A gutter apron is a specialized drip edge design meant to direct rainwater directly into the gutter. The apron is normally installed over the roof edge, while folded at about 120 degrees, and hangs into the gutter.

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Is an Exterior Renovation of an Old House Practical?

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In the search for the ideal home, finalizing a closure depends on buyer expectations and their finances. Today, there is greater focus on purchasing older homes for a variety of reasons:

  • Downsizing for families needing less square footage
  • Costlier exterior renovations in newer houses
  • Less cost for old house renovations and property upgrades

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