Roof damage from a storm?
Inspect your roof using the I.O.U method:
How do I know if I need a new roof? Types of roof damage
Understanding roof costs
Explore roof repair or replacement payment options
Tips for finding the right roofer
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Steps involved in repairing or replacing your roof
Shingles that give your roof a fighting chance against hail2
Timberline® AS II2 SBS Modied IR Shingles combine all the beauty of Timberline® Shingles with UL 2218 Class 4 impact resistance.
How do I avoid hidden roof replacement costs
How do you document storm damage to a roof?
Be prepared when disaster strikes
Shield Your Roof From Ice and Water Damage with Leak Barriers
Your roofing system is made up of protective layers, designed with the latest technological advances to shield your home from ice and water- keeping your roof deck dry and safe. One of these layers is called a leak barrier, which is often referred to as ice and water shield. Located below the shingles, it's crucial to your roof system's defense against moisture.