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Important Questions You Should Ask Your Contractor

Behind successful roofing projects are trustworthy and reliable roofers. So when it’s time for you to find the right contractor for the job, it’s important that you ask the right questions before installation begins. Lone-Star Roof Systems, LP shares what to include in your list of questions:

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4 Reasons To Switch To Stone-Coated Steel Roofing

4 Reasons To Switch To Stone-Coated Steel Roofing

Stone-coated steel roofs are one of the most popular variants of metal roofing available for homeowners. As its name suggests, it’s essentially your standard metal roof coated with stone chips attached to the steel using an acrylic film. The result is a modern roofing with a classic look that’s reliable, […]

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How To Address Commercial Roofing Leaks

Leaks are arguably the most common roof problems. Most roofing system issues can trace its roots to the “humble” leak, such as rotting roofing structure, temperature fluctuation, and moisture problems, to name a few. In a commercial setting, there are unique risks to leaving a leak unaddressed. Lone-Star Roof Systems […]

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Proper Attic Ventilation: Why It Matters

The attic is something that doesn’t immediately come to mind when it comes to getting the best performance out of your roof. On the contrary, the attic actually plays a big role in keeping your roof in its best possible condition. Before you start on your fall roofing maintenance project, […]

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The Importance Of Roofing Experience

This fall season is the best time to improve or repair your home, including roofing projects. Before anything else, though, you should prioritize your roof’s existing problems before winter arrives. While it’s tempting to do the roof maintenance project on your own, it’s smarter to hire a contractor. Lone-Star Roof […]

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Standing Seam Metal Roofs: Beauty and Protection

Metal roofing has become the material of choice for many homeowners. It’s a more durable alternative to traditional asphalt shingles and arguably more versatile when it comes to sheer aesthetics. Of its numerous types, the standing seam variety has taken over as the “traditional” metal roofing system, and it’s a great option if you want […]

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The Benefits of a Well-Maintained Commercial Roof

For many business owners, the roof tends to be that part of the property where the adage “out of sight, out of mind” applies. The truth, however, should be far from that. Regular maintenance of your roof is important as it’s more than just for looks – the roof protects […]

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We Answer Your FAQs About Emergency Repair

As your trusted local roofers, Lone-Star Roof Systems, LLC is the name you can trust to provide quick and comprehensive emergency repairs. When disaster strikes, you shouldn’t let your roof suffer any more damage than necessary. We answer your frequently asked questions about emergency repair.

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Lone-Star Roof Systems: A BBB-Accredited Roofing Contractor

At Lone-Star Roof Systems LLC, we’re proud to be an accredited Better Business Bureau roofing contractor. This accreditation is a gauge of trustworthiness and transparency, reflecting the feedback from customers themselves. Learn how our accreditation benefits you.

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Why Log Home Owners Love Metal Roofing

No one could really hate on metal roofing, especially log home owners. Because of its incredible set of qualities, a metal roof is perhaps the most worthy covering for your log home. Here’s why:

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Commercial Roofing Mistakes You Can Avoid With Us

The main benefit of using professional roofers is not dealing with the nitty gritty of the project. However, leaving the job to pros sadly doesn’t guarantee quality work. If you stop doing your due diligence after making the hire, your “newly” installed roof could be a disaster waiting to happen.

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5 Tips to Keep Your Roofing Project on Schedule

Keeping your roofing project on schedule means trimming your labor costs and minimizing its disruption to your routine. Since most of the factors that affect the job’s progress are out of your control, planning everything right helps prevent common causes of delay.

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