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Roofing in Annapolis

Asphalt Shingles Turned Green?

Category: Roofing


As Annapolis roofers, we constantly tear down old asphalt shingle roofs and then rebuild them. During our process, the old shingles are removed from the roof and disposed of. More and more people are taking a look at old used asphalt shingles for their Go-Green recycling projects. Asphalt shingles used to be thrown out and […]

How Long to Install a Dunkirk New Roof

Category: Roofing


Many Dunkirk New Roofs come with a life of up to 20 years and some more durable and hard wearing roofs will have a life as long as 40 or 50 years but if you don’t care for your roof and regularly have it checked and maintained you face a very real risk of substantially decreasing […]

Talk Like a Pro: Roofing Terms for Annapolis Homeowners

Category: Roofing


Nobody expects Annapolis homeowners to be proficient in the different  terms  used in the roofing industry, but by learning a few key terms homeowners can save time, hassle and money. By knowing the correct terminology, you can communicate more clearly with your Annapolis roofing contractor, describe things precisely and be sure that you are purchasing the […]

Annapolis Metal Roofing Myths … Busted!

Category: Roofing


  When most people think about metal roofs in Annapolis, pictures of old rusty barn roofs and hillbilly shacks come to mind. However with time comes innovation in design and technique, so don’t write off this functional, money-saving and stylish roofing option for your Annapolis home. Read ahead to have your top metal roofing myths debunked! […]

Just Breathe: The Importance of Proper Roof Ventilation in Annapolis

Category: Roofing


One of the most important aspects of the way your Annapolis home’s roof is designed and built is proper ventilation. You simply cannot over-estimate its importance. What happens when a roof doesn’t have proper ventilation? Improper ventilation allows formation of condensation, moisture accumulation and damage to the roof deck and, eventually, to the stability of […]

Main Causes of Roof Damage in Annapolis

Category: Roofing


Damages to an Annapolis roof can have many causes. Some of the causes of roof damage are connected to the type of roof you have.  Whether you are trying to protect and extend the life of an existing roof or you want to protect a new roof, here are some of the main causes of […]

Roofing Decisions in Annapolis

Category: Roofing


Mud and sod supported by wood, logs and reeds are probably the earliest Annapolis roofing materials followed by kiln-dried clay tiles manufactured by the early Greeks and Romans to cover public building and dwelling or housing tops. In medieval Europe, people made use of bundles of straw or reeds tied to framing timbers. Throughout the […]

Annapolis Roof Repairs: Recondition Your Overall Roofing

Category: Roofing


Before the rainy or winter season sets in, you have to check your roofs for any damage or leakage. Roof repairs must be done in order to keep your home warm and dry as possible. Of course, you do not want to encounter several problems that can be so irritating and can cause damages to […]

The Edge of Asphalt Shingles in Annapolis

Category: Roofing


Asphalt shingles are a variety of roof shingles. They have become popularly used nowadays because they are inexpensive, economical, lighter and easier to install compared to tiles, and has good insulation qualities compared to galvanized iron sheets. Moreover, in terms of aesthetics, they give the house a textured, classic and elegant look.   Asphalt became […]

What Is the Right Roofing Material for My Annapolis Home?

Category: Roofing


Your choice of Annapolis roofing material will affect both the external appearance of your home and the comfort of your family inside the home.  Roofing materials are important in energy conservation, comfort, and the appearance of your home.  Your choice of material for a re-roofing project or for a new roof on a home addition […]

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