Truss Roofing Tips for New Contractors

27 November 2017
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Completing a builder's course is exciting because it paves the way for you to become a roofing contractor. However, as much as builder's training courses try to ensure a smooth transition between college and real life roofing projects, it can get very demanding for fresh graduates. For example, as a roofer, you have to interact with many other professionals to produce the best wood trusses for your clients. Therefore, you need to understand your role in the entire group of technicians in the building industry. Read More 

Problems That Your Home’s Guttering Could Develop

20 October 2017
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The gutters on your property may have the primary function of facilitating rainwater collection, but this is not their exclusive application. Guttering is also essential in redirecting precipitation away from your roof and foundation, which works to prevent premature roof repairs and foundational issues. Nonetheless, gutters still tend to be an underrated structure, and homeowners will rarely pay attention to them until they start to malfunction. Below are a couple of the problems that your gutters could develop that require immediate attention. Read More 

Roof Restorations: Telltale Signs Your Roof Is In Need of Them

21 June 2017
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As a homeowner, do not make the mistake of ignoring minor damages on your roof and asuuming that they will not have a great impact on your roof. In reality, over time, these damages will not only become aggravated and compromise the integrity of your roof, but they could also lead to your home becoming a potential health hazard due to mould and mildew infestations. Thus, it is crucial to determine whether you require roof restorations by discerning the warning signs of decline. Read More 

Why You Need to Protect Wooden Roof Trusses Carefully Before Installation

19 May 2017
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If you are preparing to build your dream home on that special plot of land, you've got plenty to look forward to but a lot to think about as well. You have to coordinate all the work and make sure that all the various components required are delivered safely to the site on time. You may be taking advantage of some excellent costs when buying some of the major structural components and a number of these elements may need to be delivered to the site in advance. Read More 

How to Choose the Right Roofing Material for an Outdoor Area

23 March 2017
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When building a patio or back deck in your yard, you might want to consider a roof over this space, to protect you from the hot summer sun and so that you can enjoy the space even during a light rain. Many roofs for such an area can be extended from the home and attached to the exterior siding or brick, if you don't want an actual pergola or arbour around the patio or deck. Read More