Springtime Means Roof-Checking Time

It’s time to inspect your roof for damage. Maine winters take a toll on our homes and property, and the severe late-season storms in March and April may have caused some damage to your roof. While it is never safe for a homeowner to climb onto their own roof, there are plenty of things you…

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How Long Do My Existing Shingles Have Left?

Most of us don’t mark the calendar 20 years into the future to check on the condition of our roof and shingles; in fact, once our new roof has been installed, we likely don’t think of it much at all. Fortunately, a new roof should last 20 years or more when installed properly, using quality…

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Can I Repair Just a Section of My Roof?

A repair or re-roof of your home or business can be a sizeable investment, and it can feel even more overwhelming if you are not immediately planning for the project. Uneven wear, damage caused by weather, or fallen trees and branches are just some of the reasons you might wonder if it is possible to…

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Dark Roofs vs. Light-Colored Roofs

When installing a new roof or replacing an old one, you may be considering whether to choose a dark colored roof or light-colored roof. A 2015 article in Engineering Green Buildings  stated that an increase in the popularity of light colored roofs in southern U.S. states seems to be making its way north. While the…

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Free Estimates: Is There a Catch?

No, there is no catch to our estimates! Few free services are offered these days, so you might ask us, “Why do you provide your detailed estimates for free?” Here’s why: It eliminates the barrier of cost at the first step of a potential business/customer relationship. It is the first opportunity to communicate professionally with…

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