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Time to Replace Your Shingle Roof? How to Tell

By | December 4th, 2017|

  If you’re like most homeowners, you probably don’t look at your roof often, so you may not notice it has deteriorated badly until problems develop that cause costly damage to your home. If you can identify any of the following warning signs, it’s wise to have your shingle roofing inspected to determine if it needs replacement: […]

Shingles — The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

By | November 30th, 2017|

If your home’s roof is due for replacement, choosing a shingle is one of the most important decisions you’ll face. There is a wide range of shingle roofing products on the market today, and weeding out the good from the bad and the ugly can seem like an overwhelming task. Here are some considerations to help you find the ideal shingle that stands out from the rest: […]

Pick the Shingle that Works Best for Your Home

By | November 27th, 2017|

  If you’re planning to replace your home’s aging roof and you’ve been investigating the variety of shingles on the market, you know you’ve got a tough decision ahead to pick the one that’s going to work best for your home. Here are some key factors to weigh to help you make the best possible choice: […]

3 Reasons Shingles are a Great Choice

By | November 20th, 2017|

  Replacing the roof on your Des Moines home is a big expense that you’ll probably only face once or twice over decades of home ownership. If the time has come for a replacement, you have a number of different materials to choose from. When you’re comparing all your material options, be sure to consider these three reasons why shingle roofing is hands-down the best choice: […]

What You Need to Know about Roofer Certifications

By | October 2nd, 2017|

  When the roof on your home needs repairs or a replacement, you shouldn’t have to worry about sub-par workmanship, poor customer service or whether you’ll have warranty coverage if problems develop down the road. Checking for manufacturer certifications offers you a worry-free way to find well-qualified, dependable residential roofers. […]

How to Get Your Roof Ready for the Winter

By | September 28th, 2017|

The cooler days of fall have arrived, with winter nipping close at their heels. Whether you’re prepared for it or not, the snow and ice that accompany the season will soon be planting themselves on your roof. That can be bad news if you haven’t made sure your roof is ready for heavy loads of winter precipitation. Fortunately, there’s still time to make sure your roof is as prepared for winter as possible. […]

How to Make Your Commercial Roof Pay for Itself

By | September 25th, 2017|

Your goal as a commercial property owner or manager is to have the building assets pay for themselves. Managing your roofing asset skillfully can help prolong its service life and increase your ROI by postponing a costly tear-off and replacement. A properly maintained roof can also pay for itself by saving you money on other expenditures, such as: […]

How to Save Money on Your Roof Over Time

By | September 18th, 2017|

    How long will you be in your Des Moines-area home? A few years? A few decades? Saving money on your home’s roof can be either a quick turnaround or a long game. The choice of strategy matters when dealing with residential roofers Des Moines homeowners look to for roof work. […]

What You Need to Know About Gutters for Your Home

By | August 28th, 2017|

If you’re planning to invest in new gutters, you don’t want to settle for a mediocre product that leaves your home and landscaping vulnerable to rain damage. When you’re comparing different gutters, you’ll find easier to separate the good from the great when you know the key factors to consider: […]

Smart Ways to Decrease Fire Danger Around Your Home

By | August 21st, 2017|

As a homeowner, you’re likely very aware of the most common causes of house fires and how to prevent them. You probably get your chimney cleaned and combustion equipment like the furnace, gas range and water heater serviced regularly, and you take proper precautions with cooking equipment and space heaters, and use power bars and extension cords wisely. Here are some other smart steps that you can take to help reduce the risk of a house fire even further: […]