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Signs You May Need to Replace Your Roof

Although the roof is arguably the most important feature of any home, maintenance and the condition of the roof often go unnoticed. Many people realize they need a new roof after damage has already occurred in other parts of the home. Below, we will take a look at some sure signs that you may need to replace your roof.

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Metal Roofing Is Gaining Attention in Residential Areas. Is It Right for You?

Today, there are many types of roofing available to homeowners. From shake or slate roofs that add a lot of character to your home, to traditional asphalt shingles, you can easily find roofing materials to fit just about any need. One option gaining attention is metal roofing. Therefore, it’s important to consider the advantages of metal roofing before making your decision.

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Which Style of Metal Roofing is Right for Your Home?

If you’re ready to replace your old roof with a brand new one, you may want to change the material used. Perhaps your old roof was made of asphalt shingles, but now you think you’re ready for a metal roof. With all of the materials to choose from, how are you supposed to know where to start?

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The Different Types of Available Metal Roofs

There are many benefits associated with metal roofing. Metal roofing can be made from recycled metals, is energy efficient, and can withstand strong wind gusts that would damage other types of roofing. However, not all metal roofs are the same.

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4 Benefits of a Metal Roof

While asphalt shingles tend to be the material that most people think of when they need to reroof their current home or have a roof installed on their new home, metal roofs have been around for years. Today, metal roofs are seeing a resurgence in their popularity -- and for good reason. Metal roofs offer you benefits that you simply won't find with asphalt shingles.

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Roofs to Last a Lifetime

Maintaining your home is expensive. It seems throughout the house that everything, from windows to siding, has an expiration date. One of the more costly upgrades to your home can be the roof. While absolutely necessary, replacing a roof can add a big dent to your savings. So why not use a material that will last a lifetime? Metal roofs are quickly taking the front stage as the premier choice for new roofs. Strong and durable, metal roofs truly are the roof the last a lifetime. Below, let's take a closer looks at the advantages a metal roof brings.

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5 Reasons a Metal Roof is Right for Your Home

Have you noticed more and more metal roofs popping up in your Wisconsin or Minnesota neighborhood? There is a good reason for this shift in roofing design. Metal roofs are designed to last while maintaining their like-new appearance for years. Let's find out why a metal roof from C&T Siding is the right roof for your family.

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Moss on your roof: What it means and what you need to do about it

Perhaps you’ve noticed a soft-looking greenish mass erupting from your roof as you glanced at the roof. Or maybe you weren't aware of anything until a routine inspection by the company who underwrites your homeowner's insurance noted the presence of moss on your roof. Regardless of how you came to discover that your home's roof seems to be the receptacle for moss, you need to learn more about it.

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What Roofing Material Is Best for Heavy Snow Loads

Winter in the Twin Cities can bring a lot of snow and ice which can cause lots of problems with the roofs of the homes in the area. C&T Siding has compiled the following information about the best roofing material to use for your home.

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4 Signs Your Roof Should Be Replaced

The roof of your house keeps your home warm and dry every day of the year. A roof is not completely visible from a ground level. Therefore, it’s quite easy to overlook the condition of your home’s roof until signs of decay or moisture appear.

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