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3 Summertime Roof Dangers

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Many Americans associate Florida with summertime sun and fun. Unfortunately, summer weather also threatens roof damage that homeowners find anything but enjoyable. From intense heat and stifling humidity to violent storms, your roof (and therefore your home) could face some significant challenges this summer.

The more you understand how summer conditions can impact the structural integrity of your roof, the more effectively you can respond through maintenance inspections, timely repairs, or even a total roof replacement. Here are three potential threats to your roof to watch for and defend against this summer.

6 Roof Factors That Can Affect Your Homeowners Insurance Premium

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Like most homeowners, you want to spend as little as you can on your homeowners insurance policy while still obtaining great coverage. You can help lower your homeowners insurance premium while preserving your good coverage by investing in a new roof, making roof upgrades, or even just obtaining a simple, low-cost roof inspection.

Read on to learn six roof factors that most homeowners insurance companies review when calculating insurance premiums, and keep these factors in mind when you make roofing decisions. 

3 Causes of Roof Leaks & How to Prevent Them

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No homeowner wants to deal with rainwater leaking through their roof and into their attic or home. Roof leaks can lead to water damage inside of a home as well as many home structural components, including wall framing, can also develop water damage if rainwater seeps through the roof and into the walls. In addition, water that seeps into an attic filled with electrical wiring can cause breakers to trip and loss of electricity.

4 Metal Roof Misconceptions & the Truth Behind Them

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While asphalt shingles are still the most popular residential roof material, more and more homeowners are installing metal roofs to take advantage of their unique benefits. Metal roofs are recyclable, which makes them a “green” roof option, and extremely durable. While the average asphalt roof has a life expectancy of up to 20 years, the average metal roof is expected to last between 40 and 60 years or longer, depending on the specific roof type and style. 

5 Common Roofing Questions Answered

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Roofs may look like simple structures, but they’re actually quite complicated. It’s common for people to have questions about roofs and how they should be cared for and repaired. If you’re a homeowner with questions about roofing materials and roof repairs, you can get the answers you seek from an expert. Below are some of the common homeowner questions about roofs. 

Roof Types That Keep Your Home Cooler

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Living in Florida, you likely take steps to keep your home energy-efficient to keep your home cooling costs down year round. However, you may not realize that choosing the right roof for your home can help lower your home cooling bills drastically. Some roof materials reflect much more sunlight away from your home while remaining cooler to the touch. When your roof remains cooler, it passes less heat into your home. 

Top Things to Ask Before Hiring a Roofing Company

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Your roof is an important part of your home, and a high-quality roof can even increase the value of your house. The color of your roof and the materials used to create it will likely impact how passersby and potential future buyers view the home. Before you hire a roofing company, ask these important questions to determine whether the roofers will be a right fit for your needs.

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