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How Roof Flashing Works

Shingles and roof tiles get a lot of attention. That might be because they make up most the visible surface of your roof. However, other less noticeable parts are just as important. Roof flashing is critical when it comes to keeping out water. If it becomes damaged or it’s not installed right, your roof might

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What Happens if Lightning Strikes My Texas Home?

Last summer multiple fire departments responded when lightning struck the roof of a Lindale, Texas home and the structure caught fire. Area residents said they heard a loud boom, then a crackle. When the fire department arrived, flames were shooting from a hole in the mobile home, and the fire spread quickly. No one was

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Your Handbook to Storm Damage in East Texas

We’ve had several intense rain storms the last few weeks, and winter weather is ahead. Severe weather can cause roofing storm damage in East Texas several ways. This article will focus on understanding storm damage and figuring out what to do about it. Understanding Storm Damage When bad weather hits, your roof protects your home

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Huge Roofing Mistakes That Will Cost You a Bundle

So you’re either planning a DFW or Tyler roof installation or you need a roofing contractor for roof repair. Either way you’re probably not looking forward to the headache or the expense. At Advantage Roofing, we work around your schedule and handle all the details to keep the headache to a minimum, our prices are

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Can East Texas Heat Damage My Roof?

  It’s already here. You step outside and by mid-morning the sun feels like it’s starting to melt your skin. Running errands is exhausting because your car turns into an oven and you have to wait until evening to start your yardwork. We talk in winter about ice dams, but summer heat causes shingles to

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Is Your Roof in Danger From Your Trees?

3 Ways Your Trees Can Destroy Your Roof Trees beautify a property. They give shade during long summer days to reduce your heating and cooling costs and make it bearable to be outside. For the most part, trees are good. However, they can destroy your roof, and the damage often occurs silently and without warning.

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