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7 Questions to Ask Before Hiring A Roofing Contractor

Choosing a roofing contractor can be an overwhelming task, and many people often make the mistake of going with the first contractor that comes knocking at their door. Your roof is a rather large investment, and it plays an important role in protecting your family, home, and wallet. It is […]

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Attic Ventilation & Your Roof

Although you may think of your attic as simply a storage space, it actually plays a vital role in your home’s roof system. A properly ventilated attic allows your roof to “breathe,” in a sense. Similar to breathing, ventilation allows your attic to “inhale” fresh air and “exhale” stale air. […]

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Before Selling Your Home: Should You Repair or Replace Your Roof?

When you are getting your home ready to sell, you might be considering making some home improvements to increase its value and speed up the selling process. When you hire a realtor, they typically do a home inspection first, to make a list of what needs to be fixed or […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Cool Roofs

Did you know that in the heat of the sun, the surface of your dark colored shingle roof can increase in temperature up to 190 degrees? Prolonged exposure to the sun can decrease the life of your traditional shingle roof and leave your roof vulnerable to leaks. Additionally, even if […]

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Signs Your Roof Has Storm Damage

As the seasons change once again, Texas weather just can’t make up its mind. One day it’s flooding, the next it’s hailing, we finally get a sunny day and nope, here comes a tornado. Through each of these storms, your roof works hard to protect you and your family. However, […]

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Choosing the Right Roofing Contractor

A storm blows through your neighborhood, leaving your roof damaged, to say the least. As you google “Roofing Contractors in College Station,” you are overwhelmed with options. Within a day, contractors are knocking on your door, each with a smooth sales pitch and a business card. Some of these roofing […]

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Online Reviews: How They Help You Hire the Right Roofer

Exercising due diligence is the secret to hiring the right contractor for your roof replacement project. A huge part of this is reading online reviews. As a matter of fact, it has become the norm. According to a 2017 survey, 97% of consumers read reviews for local businesses, and 89% […]

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Truth About Metal Roofing: Separating Fact from Fiction

Metal is the most in-demand roofing material today. In one year, its market share jumped from 11% (2015) to 14% (2016). Despite its increasing popularity among average homeowners, one can argue that its stock would be higher if not for the myths about it.

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How to Avoid Premature Modified Bitumen Roof Failure

Modified bitumen is one of the most sought-after flat-roof solutions. It shares the durability and ease of installation of built-up and single-ply roofing systems, respectively. While it may seem perfect on paper, it’s not completely immune to damage. Poor maintenance can affect its long-term performance and longevity.

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4 Smart Ways to Keep Your Roof in Superb Shape

Most roofs don’t the end of their service life on their own. Regardless of its material, your roof requires proper care and attention to stay in good shape. Otherwise, you may be dealing with leaks and higher energy bills.

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5 Tips to Ensure Stress-Free Roof Replacement

In a perfect world, roofing projects always go as planned. In reality, though, it’s pretty common to experience stress during a roof replacement. To reduce your chances of stress, follow these tips from the experts at Lone-Star Roof Systems:

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Why Metal Is a ‘Green’ Roofing Material

Metal is one of the most eco-friendly roofing materials in the industry. Its greenness is multidimensional, helping protect the environment in different ways. It’s little wonder that its market share nearly doubled between 2014 and 2016, at eight percent and fourteen percent respectively.

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