Roof repair and installation

By Canadian Home Workshop

Installing shingles

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It’s that time of year again. The snow is long gone, and the sun is trying its best to push through the rain clouds. That also means it’s time to take a look at your roof. If your shingles are curled, torn, cupped or missing; If there’s damage or deterioration to the flashing around your chimney; If there’s water pooling in areas or your roof, or any water damage that’s become noticeable from the inside, it’s likely time for a new one.

Check out the articles below for roofing options, finding out what’s right for you, and even some installation tips for the roofing pro.


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Roofing options for your home

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Choosing stainless steel

Choosing stainless-steel

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Video: All you need to know about Enviroshake

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Find out why this recycled roofing product is such a hit

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Install a 50-year roof

Install a 50-year roof

Upgrade your roof with Enviroshake, a long-lasting product produced in Ontario

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Elements of roof repair

Elements of roof repair

When it comes to re-roofing your home, a little knowledge goes a long way

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paolo@roofmaintenance.ca

roofmaintenance

Mar. 21, 2014

3:19 pm

Roofs develop leaks years before the entire roof needs replacing. Usually these leaks are caused by localized damage, such as cracked or missing shingles or shakes, damaged flashings or skylights. A few missing or blown shingles can create a severe leak if not dealt with immediately. Learn how you can stop leaks at http://roofmaintenancehome.ca



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