Recording at Home? Plan Ahead to Reduce Metal Roof Noises

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For some people, the pitter-patter of rain on their metal roofs is a comforting and welcome sound. For camera or sound operators who record video or audio files at home, loud raindrops can be a hindrance and a frustrating distraction. If you love the look of a metal roof and you still want one installed on your home despite the noise, here’s what you should know about how to lower any metal roof-related noises.

7 Ways to Extend Your Roof’s Service Life in Florida

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Florida is a harsh environment for residential roofs. Periods of intense wind, high temperatures, and long days in the hot sun can do damage to a roof over time. Knowing how to extend the service life of your roof can help you avoid roofing repair costs and a premature roof replacement. Many ways exist in which you can make your roof last longer, even in this difficult climate. Here’s what you need to know.

10 Questions to Ask Your Roofing Contractor Before Re-Roofing

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Getting a new roof is a big project that involves a lot of expense and planning. Staying informed and communicating with your roofing contractor can make the process go faster. These 10 questions can generate a productive conversation with your roofing contractor so that you can go into the project with a full understanding of what’s involved. 

Buying a House in Tampa? Shop for the Right Roof

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A good roof is essential in a place like Tampa, where hurricanes and tropical storms can deliver a beating to coastal homes. If you’ve never bought a home before, you may not know what to look for or how to identify homes with roof trouble. Educating yourself before entering the real estate market can help you find a home that will stand up to the weather and be safe to live in for years to come.

Why You Should Replace Your Roof Before Selling Your Home

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When you first consider selling your home, it’s natural to look around and see all the things you wish were different about the house. If you’ve been putting off repairs and upgrades, these may catch up with you now. For example, getting a new roof may be a necessary but big investment. Learn why you should replace your roof prior to putting your home up for sale.

6 Reasons to Invest in a Metal Roof

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A brand-new roof is one of the biggest investments you can make in your Florida home. Not only does a new roof protect your home against the elements, but the roof can also boost your home’s curb appeal and resale value. As with any major investment, you expect your roof to last for the long run.

How Long Do Clay Tile Roofs Last? An FAQ

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Clay tile roofs are popular in Florida because they’re especially effective in coastal areas. If you’re a homeowner in coastal Florida, understanding the benefits and downsides of a clay tile roof can help you decide if this type of roof is right for your home.

How Long Do Clay Tile Roofs Last?

With proper care, clay tile roofs can last over 100 years. This makes clay tile one of the longest lasting roofing types, along with slate tile.

Is Your Roof Ready for Hurricane Season?

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Hurricanes can produce winds as high as 150 miles per hour. This can do a lot of damage to your home and property, especially your roof. In the midst of a hurricane, a roof that is not fortified against high winds may lose shingles, felt paper, and even sheathing.

Hurricane season begins June 1. That may seem like a long way off, but time passes quickly. If your roof isn’t hurricane ready, your home could be vulnerable. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to protect your home from hurricane-force winds and rain. 

The Damage Heat and Humidity Can Do To Your Roof

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If you live in a subtropical climate like Florida, roof venting moves the heat that the sun produces out of the attic, or out from under the roof. A key benefit of ventilation in a warm-weather climate is to keep your home’s cooling system from overworking.

Another benefit of ventilation is that it prevents the damage that extreme heat and humidity can do to your roof. Therefore, it’s important to know what types of damage can occur and what a roofing contractor can do to correct the problem.

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