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Most Common Causes of Roof Issues – and How to Avoid Them! Part 2: Outside Influences

Recap: “Picture this: A person arrives home everyday to a warm, secure building that protects everything they love and everything they own. They sit down to dinner, watch a little television and maybe head to bed early. In the middle of the night they wake up to find the roof […]

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Most Common Causes of Roof Issues – and How to Avoid Them! Part 1: Improper Installation

Picture this: A person arrives home everyday to a warm, secure building that protects everything they love and everything they own. They sit down to dinner, watch a little television and maybe head to bed early. In the middle of the night they wake up to find the roof of […]

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Mid-tier vs. Upper-tier Shingles

Have you ever had a roofing salesman in your home start discussing “designer” or “luxury” shingles for your new roof and wondered what in the world they were talking about? Read on to find out!  

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The best roof systems are made with the best materials!

Here at Lone-Star Roof Systems we always prefer to use the highest-quality materials from the best manufacturers we can find. With companies like GAF, Sheffield, and DuroLast supplying our materials we are often able to guarantee our work for each customer is going to last for ten years! Since we […]

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Introduction to Slate as a Roofing Material

Slate is a type of stone that has been used for centuries in many different applications, including roofing, siding, interior and exterior walls, statues and even headstones. However, as “Texas Premier Roofer” we thought we would stick to the roofing application!

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Composition Shingles

Composition Shingles Composition shingles are the best option if you are looking for an attractive look at an affordable price. The two most common residential roofing materials are composition shingles (or asphalt shingles) and steel (or metal roof). As discussed in previous blogs, there are pros and cons to both. […]

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Fully Adhered EPDM and Gutters – Hospice Brazos Valley

Fully Adhered EPDM and Gutters – Hospice Brazos Valley Here’s a picture timeline of this little project we did for Hospice Brazos Valley (Bryan, TX). Contact Lone-Star Roof Systems, LP. or visit our office today! LoneStarRoofSystemsLLC.com 1-800-317-1939 Mailing Address 1511 South Texas Avenue, #172 College Station, TX 77840 College Station […]

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Noise Safety

Noise Safety Working in the roofing industry, noise is bound to be a problem.  From the hammering of nails, to the cutting of wood shakes, to even the bending and breaking of metal, damaging levels of noise are heard every day when you’re a roofer.  OSHA reports that every year […]

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Preventing Slips and Falls as a Roofer

Preventing Slips and Falls as a Roofer Falls happen in the roofing business. In fact, slips and falls actually make up the majority of general industry accidents; they are the number one cause of nonfatal injury. It is important to keep the working environment clean and safe. Slips and falls […]

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Wood Shakes and Shingles

Wooden Shakes and Shingles Wooden roofs aren’t for everyone. They are a little pricier than asphalt shingles, but they are very attractive! Wooden shakes and shingles offer a rustic and natural look with a lot of character. Normally wooden shingles are sawn and have smooth surfaces and a uniform thickness. […]

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How to Clean and Maintain Your Metal Roof

How to Clean and Maintain Your Metal Roof Since last week’s blog post covered the benefits of switching to a metal roof, this week we will dive into the importance of maintaining your metal roof!  Acquire all the materials ahead of time, so that you can be prepared for each […]

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The Pros and Cons of Metal Roofs

The Pros and Cons of Metal Roofs Living in Texas means that your home and roof will be under constant stress from the weather. Whether it be the scorching heat, or the tornado-like winds, your roof needs to be able to withstand extreme Texas conditions. Metal roofs are a durable […]

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