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Krystal Coddington

Krystal Coddington

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9 Tips to Extend Your Roof's Lifespan

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 8, 2021 10:14:00 AM / by Krystal Coddington posted in Roofing, Roof Repairs, Roof Maintenance

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Your roof safeguards everything from the value of your home to the people who live under it.

However, all of that depends on how long your roof lasts. And more often than not, it’s small issues that undermine the potential extra mileage of your roof. 

By keeping on top of those issues, such as repairing cracked tiles or missing shingles, you can prevent them from snowballing into leaks, structural damage, or mold. Because at that point, you're not just dealing with a costly repair, but a threat to the air quality of your home and your health.

Keep reading to learn nine ways you can become a savvier homeowner and extend your roof’s lifespan.

 

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Do I Need HOA Approval For a New Roof?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 18, 2021 9:45:00 AM / by Krystal Coddington posted in Roofing, Roof Repairs, Roof Maintenance

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For many homeowners that enjoy low-maintenance living, being part of a Homeowners Association (HOA) is ideal. It offers local security, convenient amenities, as well as community upkeep, such as landscaping and common-area repairs.

When it comes to personal home repairs, though, living under an HOA can be challenging. This is especially true when it comes to replacing a house’s roof, which is vital, but can affect the entire community on a daily basis. The HOA’s regulations and standards can make some even forgo roof repairs, leaving owners vulnerable to more damages or expensive costs.

Some repairs may be minor and not need HOA approval. Others may be larger and need to be submitted for HOA approval well in advance. It depends on the size, place, and type of project. So, how do you know whether your new roof needs HOA approval, too?

 

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How to Fix a Leaky Flat Roof

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 7, 2021 9:30:00 AM / by Krystal Coddington

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If you own a commercial building in the Las Vegas valley, the odds are that it has a flat roof. While these are popular among builders and business owners due to their low cost and ease of maintenance, if you fall behind with your flat roof repairs, the roof could quickly deteriorate in the event of a major storm. Sometimes you may not know you have an issue until it’s too late and your leaky flat roof turned the inside of your building into a swimming pool.

 

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[Infographic] 8 Danger Signs For Commercial Roofs & What You Can Do About Them

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 24, 2021 2:40:00 PM / by Krystal Coddington

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How to Inspect a Roof Before Buying a New House

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 14, 2021 3:37:00 PM / by Krystal Coddington posted in Roofing

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After buying a new home, the last thing you want to deal with is an unexpected and expensive roof issue.

The best way to avoid that headache? Learn which roofing warning signs to look for before visiting your potential new home. That way, you’ll have a better idea about the roof’s overall health and how it might impact your wallet.

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11 Questions You Should Ask a Roofing Contractor Before Hiring Them

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 20, 2021 11:05:00 AM / by Krystal Coddington posted in Roofing, Roof Repairs, Roof Maintenance

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Finding a reputable roofing contractor can be hard, especially in Las Vegas. That’s why it’s important to know what questions to ask one before you hire one. An unqualified roofing contractor could easily make your roof problems worse. Check out what you should know before hiring a roofing company or contractor to fix your roof.

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Why Are AC Units on the Roof in Las Vegas?

[fa icon="calendar'] May 27, 2021 11:27:00 AM / by Krystal Coddington

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If you’re new to Las Vegas, you’ve probably noticed the rooftop AC units dotting the Valley. The city’s hot desert climate makes them a must for any home or business owner.

Why is that?

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The 7 Most Common Flat Roof Problems

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 22, 2021 4:43:34 PM / by Krystal Coddington

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A flat roof is one of the most popular roofing options for commercial buildings. Even though there are plenty of pros to having a flat roof, there are also some unique problems that often come along with this type of roofing system. For this reason, it’s so important that business owners, property managers and others alike are able to recognize potential complications that can arise. Identifying these problems early will often save you thousands of dollars in repair costs (not to mention a number of other headaches that come along with roof damage).

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How Can I Fix Gutters Pulling Away From My House?

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 25, 2021 10:23:57 AM / by Krystal Coddington

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Wondering how to fix gutters pulling away from your house? Separating gutters don’t just spoil the perfect outline of your home - they also spell trouble. Keeping them in place is vital to protecting your home from damage when it rains. Knowing why gutters are important, what they do, and how to fix them can help you avoid having any problems with them in the first place.

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Siding Materials: What Are the Best Types of Siding?

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 25, 2021 9:52:00 AM / by Krystal Coddington

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Choosing the right types of siding for your home is important in Las Vegas, where the intense sun, heat, and cold winters push most materials to their limits. The right siding can lower your power bills while protecting your home from the elements. The wrong siding can warp, buckle, or deteriorate too soon. However, each type of siding offers different advantages and drawbacks. If you’re thinking about re-siding your home, take some time to learn about the most commonly used materials to determine which exterior siding is right for your needs.

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