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The Advantages of Silicone Roofing for Commercial ...

Traditional asphalt shingles and metal roofing have been the most popular types of roofing for decades, with asphalt shingles especially popular in residential applications and metal roofing being more common in commercial and industrial settings. Flat roofing, however, is also rising in popularity, especially for commercial applications, with coating technologies...

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Seamless Gutters and their Benefits

When it comes to home ownership, there are so many things to consider—location, property values, roofing, construction materials, the list goes on—that it’s easy to overlook issues that seem less glaring on the surface. Rain gutters might easily fall into the latter category. Gutters are not exactly glamorous or exciting,...

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Roof Installation Types: Asphalt Shingles, Metal, ...

Roofing installation comes in many forms, with each type offering advantages and disadvantages that should be considered in the context for each individual job. Some of the most common types of roofing are asphalt shingles, metal shingles, and flat roofs. Before choosing a roofing type and working with a

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All Roofing Contractors are Not Created Equal!

When you need roofing work done—whether it’s residential or commercial, shingle or metal, big job or small job—it might seem like there isn’t much difference between contractors. At first glance it appears that any roofing contractor Lafayette LA can get the job done for you, but the quality of...

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Licensed and Insured Roofing Companies

Proper licensing and insurance are extremely important for roofing companies Lafayette LA. Working with a properly licensed roofing contractor will set your mind at ease with the knowledge that you will be provided with quality, legitimate work, and the proper insurance means that you won’t be liable for potential...

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Roofing the RIGHT Way

Are you in the market for roofing work? Looking for a roofing contractor in Lafayette, LA? There are quite a few options in the area, but as with most industries, not all roofing contractors are made equal. There are professional contracting companies with years of experience, great local reputations,...

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Commercial Roofing vs. Residential Roofing

What is the difference between commercial roofing and residential roofing? Aside from the obvious fact that commercial roofing is for business locations and residential roofing is for homes, the two types of roofing also carry some less obvious distinctions. Whether you’re looking for residential or commercial roofing in Lafayette...

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Hail Damage to your Roof? 4 Things You Should Know...

You think your roof was damaged from a recent storm. Your first step should be to call a reputable, local roofing company to inspect your roof for storm damage.

1. Beware of Storm Chasers.
These are companies that flood into the area after storms looking for work. Many of them will...

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A Quality Roofing Contractor Makes A Difference

Hiring a roofing contractor to complete work on your home is a significant investment. Your home is where your family lives and plays, and a home is not just your shelter but your investment in the future—keeping your home in good shape and improving its desirability to other...

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Winterizing your Flat Roof in Lafayette

After a long and draining hurricane season for southern Louisiana, it is important to remember that even if your commercial roof in Lafayette, LA survived without damage you cannot skip the year’s maintenance.  Before winter weather can leave icy conditions, there are...

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Weathering a Hurricane: How to Build a Stronger Ro...

While there is no true hurricane proof roof or home, there are designs you can use to reduce the potential for damage to your roof in Lafayette, LA.  Hipped roofs are more aerodynamic and less susceptible to damage than gabled roofs.  If your dream...

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Avoiding Storm Chaser Roofers after a Hurricane in...

Louisiana has been particularly hard hit during 2020’s hurricane season.  The storms have come one after the other, with Laura leaving a path of destruction in the western portion of the state.  Delta came weeks later hitting the coast just 12 miles from Laura’s point...

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