Roofing Terminology 101

Alligatoring   Alligatoring occurs when seams open up or the tar and gravel cracks on your rooftop. This commonly happens to tar and gravel roofs at or near the end of their lifespan, which is typically 10-12 years. In most cases, the roof should be replaced as soon as possible when and if this happens.…

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How To Get Rid Of Moss On Your Roof

Depending upon where you live and the climate surrounding your home year-round, you may notice moss developing at times on parts of your roof. While there is no real impending danger for moss growing on your roof, it can still be a headache to look at and deal with on your long list as a…

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Top 3 Reasons Why You Should Replace Your Roof

Replacing your roof may be more beneficial than you realize. While it’s imperative that you stop a leaking roof to avoid interior damage, it can also do some great things for the exterior of your home and the value of your home. Check out these top 3 reasons we believe it’s beneficial to replace your…

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Why Do You Need Gutters?

While gutters are typically an after-thought when it comes to your home maintenance, they are actually quite important. If you don’t have gutters, you could be looking at insurmountable problems which can be costly and serious over time. If you have not been actively maintaining your gutters such as cleaning them out regularly or repairing…

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Is Your Roof Ready For Spring?

Now that spring temperatures are finally here and winter is quickly wrapping up, it’s important to do a quick evaluation of your roof as a whole to be sure that it’s ready for spring. You roof may have been through several kinds of extreme winter weather. In Southeast Tennessee, we typically see mild winters. Still,…

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Why Is My Roof Sagging?

roof sagging

Have you noticed a section of your roof sagging? If you’re standing on the ground, does your roof line appear to dip down in certain areas, especially around chimneys? Should you be concerned? Is it normal for your roof to sag in certain areas over time? You may have several important questions that you need…

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Roof Vents 101

roof vents

You may have looked at your roof and noticed a few pipes or vents sticking up from the top of your house. While most people pay little to no attention to these roof protrusions, they are really quite important. They may be roof vents.    Roof vents are pretty important for the overall health and…

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Why We Bet You’re Not Happy With Your Skylight


Do you have a skylight on your roof? Chances are that if you don’t, you know someone who does. And even better chances are that that person, maybe you, who has the skylight complains of the skylight leaking and the maintenance required for its upkeep.   Skylights were very popular for a season. Many builders…

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Are Your Gutters Clogged This Fall?

leaves in gutter

Hello, Fall!   Autumn is a beautiful season, no doubt. The stunning colors and the crisp fall air in Southeast Tennessee are like no other. However, with the beautiful leaves comes clogged gutters. Clogged gutters can cause a lot of headaches if they are not cleaned out properly each season. In fact, your home could…

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How To Clean Roof Shingles


Owning a home is a huge accomplishment. It’s often viewed as one of the most important investments that a person will make in their lifetime. Naturally, you as a homeowner want to take good care of your investment over the years. By taking care of your home, you have a better chance of maintaining its…

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