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How to Compare Roofing Contractor Estimates That All Look the Same

Does your roof need repair? Is it time to replace your roof altogether? If so, you’ve probably called a few contractors and received estimates based on your project. Often, roofing contractor estimates can look similar, causing confusion in your choice. Before you choose the contractor with the lowest bid, there are things you should consider.

How to Find a Good Roofing Contractor

Whether you need a new roof or you have roof damage that must be repaired, finding a good contractor is the first step to success. Without a proper roofing contractor, you could be setting yourself up for trouble in the future. Here are our recommendations on how to find a good roofing contractor. Must-Have Tips

Can You Replace Gutters Without Replacing Your Roof?

Roof and gutter maintenance are an important part of owning a home. However, replacing your roof and gutters at the same time can be a large—and often begrudging—expense. There’s good news, though! Most gutters can be replaced without replacing your roof. There are, of course, a few exceptions: tile roofs and all metal roofs.

How Long Do Roofs Last?

Your roof’s life depends greatly on the type of material is installed, who installed it, and how well you have cared for your roof during it’s lifetime. In general terms, roofs last a certain amount of time based on the type of shingle used: composition shingle roofs can last 20-30 years, cedar roofs can last

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