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Tedrick’s Roofing: Top 4 Commercial Roofing Systems

Unlike residential properties, commercial structures require special roofing to increase attractiveness, strength, and safety for both employees and consumers. States and local cities implement strict building standards to make sure these structures remain safe for everyone inside it. ... More

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3 Unique Reasons to Work with a GAF® Master Elite™ Roofer

These days, do-it-yourself home improvements are becoming more and more popular among homeowners. It’s important to remember, however, that not all upgrade projects are as easy as DIY blogs and videos make them seem. Many are actually a lot more complicated, including roof replacement. ... More

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Roof Repairs or Replacement: When Is it Time?

Your roof system will sustain damage over time, either by age or extreme weather conditions. If you want to make the most of it, make sure it remains in tip-top shape. You can do this by learning to spot telltale signs that should prompt swift roof repairs or replacement. ... More

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4 Most Common Roof Leak Locations

Finding the source of a leak can be difficult, as this does not often drip in a straight line. Worse, homeowners tend to find out about leaks only when it’s too late. ... More

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Which Home Styles Fit Your GAF® Shingle Roof?

When it comes to your shingle roof, you don’t just rely on protection and performance alone. In fact, making sure that your shingles can help you keep a lovelier home is just as important. This is where a bit of matching comes in. ... More

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Preparing for a Storm: A Short Guide

If you live in an area where you often get storms, don’t throw caution to the wind. The last thing you want is things going awry in the middle of a storm - anything from a bit of flooding to the whole roof caving in. Don’t wait for news about an approaching storm – listen to a professional roofing contractor in Auburn and make your preparations ahead of time. ... More

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4 Proactive Measures to Keep Your Home in Top Shape

Being proactive with your home maintenance is the best way to avoid costly repairs and prolong the life span of each household component. It involves being able to recognize the warning signs of damage or decay and addressing them before they can compound any further. What then are these measures? ... More