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The change in seasons usually prompts us to spend extra time cleaning the inside of our home, fertilizing our yard, and mulching our flower beds. But it should also remind you to give some extra attention to your roof. Follow these 5 tips given by our GAF-certified roofers to make sure your roof is in perfect condition.
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Winter winds can threaten more than just plants and trees. A wind storm can impact your roof, and you may not even know it. Roof damages that go unattended can lead to a roof that leaks, rots, and needs replacement. But if you know what to look for, you can prevent long term damage and quickly reverse the effects wind has on your roof. Why Should I Worry About Wind Damage? Wind can damage your roof because it does not hit uniformly. Wind can rip off loose shingles or create loose spots aro...
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When it comes to the long summer months in Texas, you need more than a good AC and a cool swimming pool. You need a home that’s ventilated properly and a roof that promotes energy efficiency. Unfortunately, ventilation standards developed in the 1930s are still in play, leaving your home under-ventilated. While your AC is running strong, so is your energy bill. But you can beat the heat and reduce your energy bill when you rely on Alliance Roofing Company to meet your ventilation needs.
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Purchasing a new roof is a major decision and a big investment. Making good choices when replacing your roof will not only add curb appeal and value to your home, but will also provide your family protection and peace of mind for years to come. In the Gulf Coast area, a high-quality roof should last 15-25 years barring any major storm events such as hurricanes or hailstorms. We are often asked about roof warranty options, and this is an area of confusion when selecting a new roof. Here’s a brie...
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If you see hail in your yard, chances are it has also damaged your roof. What kind of damage? That depends on several factors - mainly how big the hail was and how long the hailstorm lasted.
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