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Why Fall Is the Perfect Time for Roof Repairs or Replacement

With temps dropping (and then rising again!) and falling leaves everywhere, it’s the ideal season for roof repairs.

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Holiday Decorating: 4 Ways to Protect Your Roof When You Decorate

Use the right tools and techniques as you decorate your home, so you don’t risk damaging your roof or endangering your personal safety.

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What Type of Roofing Nails Are Best for Your Home?

Findlay Roofing has used 550,174,653 nails to install more than 52,293 roofs (and counting). But what is the importance of those nails?

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3 Easy Ways to Keep Squirrels Off Your Roof

You don’t have to suffer the sound of squirrels overhead and the damage they can cause. Here are three simple ways to keep them off your roof.

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Warped Cement Siding: How to Deal With the Problem

You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but your house may be judged for its warped cement siding. But what should you do: Repair it? Replace it?…

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Does Your Roof Color Affect the Temperature of Your Attic or House?

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If you’re looking to decrease heat, cool your home or create a more even and steady temperature all year round, roof color may help.

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Laminate Roofs Offset Higher Cost with a Longer Warranty

Why laminate shingles may be the best choice for your new roof.

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How to Choose a Memorable Roof

Choosing a new roof is an important decision. The look and feel of a home’s roof can dramatically change the overall aesthetic.

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5 Reasons Why Fall May Be the Best Time for a Roof Inspection

To maintain your home, it is important that you get your roof inspected every year.

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Which Type of Roof Vent Is Best for Your Roof Style?

Proper roof ventilation can lower your energy costs, help eliminate moisture and increase air circulation.

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