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Being an informed homeowner is a vital component of working with your contractor to ensure you’re not being taken advantage of.   1.) Reusing old flashing Flashing is an important step in weatherproofing your home. Flashing is a thin metal used around chimneys and along valleys to help stop water penetration. It’s an expense that...

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Ever wonder what is going to happen over your head during your roof replacement? Here are the steps your contractor will typically follow. 1.) PROTECT The first step is to protect your gardens, yard and other property by hanging tarps from the edge of your roof.   2.) STRIP OLD ROOF The next step is...

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It can be tough choosing a shingle color because a small sample doesn’t show the natural variation in color between shingles. How will it compute over a large area? With these tools, it takes guesswork out of the equation by giving you the entire picture.   Owens Corning Shingle Visualizer The Owens Corning shingle visualizer...

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Summer might immediately come to mind for your roof replacement but fall could be the better option. 1.) Cooler Weather = Efficient Labor Once the humidity and dog days of summer are over, labor moves a little smoother and definitely more efficiently. This means your roof replacement that may have taken two days during the...

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Creating the proper airflow paired with insulation within your attic is essential to prevent costly repairs down the road.   1.) Prevent Trapped Moisture Creating a clear pattern for proper airflow prevents air from entering your home and staying there. The trapped air and moisture will eventually cause rot, mold and decay in your attic...