How to Prevent Roof Leaks in Concord

One of the most common and expensive issues that homeowners can face is a roof repair. It’s not uncommon for homeowners to have a new roof installed and figure that they don’t need to do anything to maintain it for the next 20 or so years. That is a huge mistake that can be costly in the end. Taking care of your roof to prevent leaks is easy if you follow some simple steps. By frequently checking the most likely roof leak spots you can stay one step ahead from a disaster. The most likely spots are the chimney, plumbing…
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The most common Roof Problems Concord Homeowners face

Your roof is exposed constantly to all the elements outside on a daily basis. No matter how good your roof may look with a pair of binoculars and your own eyes, your roof is still vulnerable to damage, and could possibly have damage that you can’t visibly see from the ground. All too often, roof system problems are discovered after leaking or other serious damage occurs. Periodic inspections, preferably twice a year, often can uncover cracked, warped or missing shingles; loose seams and deteriorated flashings; excessive buildup in the gutters or downspouts; and other visible signs of roof system problems.…
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Tips for Hiring a Roofing Contractor

When hiring a roofing contractor it is vital that you find a trusted professional to repair or replace one of the most vital structures of your building or home. Here are some helpful tips and reminders of key things to keep in mind when arranging such a project. Long term savings When deciding on a roofing contractor, you should always get multiple bids from many different companies. Of course, you will be tempted to immediately go with the lowest bid to save capital, but consider your long term savings. If one bid is significantly lower than the others, it might…
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Roofing Do’s and Don’t’s

From record drought to epic downpours, California weather has homeowner’s worried As a Californian you’re probably not surprised by the record breaking rainfall we’ve been experiencing as a state this winter, given the record-setting summer we just had the extreme weather is almost expected at this point for the Golden State. What you might not know however, is that your roof could be in danger of experiencing severe damage as a result of the recent weather patterns, especially cracks, leaks, and shingle damage. Believe it or not, there are also scams from fake contractors that you need to be on…
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Stylish Lafayette Roofing Can Restore the Look of Old Homes

An article on the Press-Enterprise website dated August 23, 2013 discusses the developments in Riverside's distinctive Twogood Lane and its immediate neighbors. The region is perhaps best known for its eclectic range of turn-of-the-century homes that have been renovated to fit modern living standards. The article notes that another classic home has been installed next to the area's existing houses, adding to its traditional theme. There's certainly charm in buying a house that bears vintage styling and architecture; there are a lot of such dwellings lying around in California, in fact. Although they look gorgeous and all, most will need…
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How Roofing in Walnut Creek, CA Can Restore the Glory of One of the City’s Historic Gems

The preservation of historic landmarks in a city is one undertaking that should be given more time and effort. The present generation (and succeeding ones) should be given a chance to glimpse the past, which paved the way for the birth of the society they know now. Walnut Creek City officials should consider this in light of an offer made to them by the Lar Rieu family: to restore the estate bequeathed to the city by their ancestor. (more…)
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Solar Roofing in Orinda, CA: Complying with New Energy Efficiency Standards

The Golden State will soon be in the running for another title: most energy-efficient state. According to an article that appeared in the Los Angeles Times, starting on January 1st 2014, California will be enforcing tighter regulations aimed at reducing energy consumption in heating, cooling, and lighting systems. These measures are designed to reduce wasted electricity and natural gas without sacrificing productivity or comfort. (more…)
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Roofing in Danville, CA: How Roofing Contractors Can Help You Weather the Storms

Roofing contractors who operate in counties that are being battered by severe weather conditions can expect their crews to be hard at work this year. The Amarillo Globe-News recently reported that the city building office in Amarillo, Texas issued 2,194 roofing permits this year. This sudden surge in roofing permits comes in the wake of a severe hailstorm which battered the city on May 28th, 2013. (more…)
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Solar Roofing in Concord, CA: Promoting Our Nation’s Energy Security

Across the United States, more than 6,000 operational power plants power the nation's economic, industrial, agricultural, and technological activities. While our nationwide electrical grid is relatively well-developed, America's reliance on transformers and substations exposes it to all sorts of vulnerabilities. Imagine what would happen if transformers and substations across the country came under fire; several well-placed shots could easily pull the plug on various cities and communities. (more…)
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A Mistake That Experts in Roofing in Pleasanton, CA and Elsewhere Should Never Commit

They say that the best things in life are free, but there are exceptions even to such a cliche. One would think that Linda Cox of Calgary is one lucky woman after a roofing company showed up without being asked to, until the roofer begins to tear her brand-new roof apart, shingle by shingle. What must be a dream for some quickly turned into Cox's nightmare after she was left wondering who will pay for the damages to her roof. Horrified, Cox confronted the roofer to understand his motives and had the displeasure of getting cursed at by the man's…
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