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DIY has been a huge trend in the past few years, and it’s certainly recommended for simple at-home projects taken from Pinterest and sites like it. It’s great to feel proud of yourself for accomplishing a task and saving money at the same time. However, roof repair is one of the areas where DIY can cause more harm than good.
Reasons Not to Attempt a DIY Roof Repair:
Everyone loves a good before and after feature; the opportunity to see beauty blossom up from destruction. It’s an experience P.I. Roofing creates with their own hands for your roof. Today’s Before and After features a roof that needed more than just some TLC, so it’s a good thing P.I. loves a challenge.
Thunderstorms are in the forecast for the next 10 days – not an uncommon occurrence for a southern spring. We often hear about the danger of storms causing leaks, but what about the wind damage that comes rolling in with the storm? Your roof is the only defense between you and Mother Nature’s elements. It is important to be aware of the damage that wind can do to your roof and home.
Spring has sprung and summer is quickly approaching. It’s a time where most people are thinking of shedding some of that winter weight and heavily considering a gym membership. The commercials are all over the radio; gyms offering a package deal of weights and trainers and classes to achieve the results you’re looking for. What we often forget is that our home needs a similar type of attention after seasonal storms. Winter and spring might have dumped some extra weight on your roof and gutters. Consider a membership plan to help get your home in tip-top shape. And not just for the summer months, but all year long.
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By knowing the warning signs of roof problems that may lead to leaking, you can save yourself from facing more serious home damage and repair costs. Here are 5 signs that your roof could be in danger of springing a leak or two or three.
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