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Commercial Roofing Tips for Business Owners

Running a business is never a piece of cake. Aside from planning on how to increase your profit, you also need to pay attention to the structure of your building. As the owner, you need to make sure your building is built to last. Whether you use it for your own business or you allow business owners to rent the space, it is your responsibility to check that everything is functional, especially the roof.  No patrons would like to enter an establishment with a leaking roof, right?

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10 Most Common Roof Problems

Your roof is a very important part of your home. It gives you and everything inside it shelter against rain and other environmental conditions. With this, it is designed to be durable enough to last a long period of time. Regardless of how sturdy your roof is, it will eventually suffer wear and tear leading to different roofing problems. Below are the most common roofing problems that many homeowners encounter and what you can do to fix it.

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Tips on Handling Emergency Roofing Repairs

Your roof is one of the integral parts of your home that plays many important roles. It provides protection against the outside elements which can be hazardous to you and your family such as wind, fire, rain and snow and the scorching heat of the sun. Your roof is also designed to protect everything inside your home; however, your roof is not indestructible. Over time, your roof will need replacement due to exposure to changing weather. 

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5 Roofing Myths Debunked

Homeowners are always looking for ways on how they can make their home a comfortable and a safe place to live in. One of the most important parts of a home is the roof. Your roof offers protection to you and your loved ones against the outside elements such as rain, heat and wind. If there is one thing that needs maintenance and regular check up, it is your roof. However, most homeowners have overlooked this and focus on other things, leaving their roof unchecked.

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How The Gutter System Affects The Roof

Your roof is the first line of defense that protects your home. It protects the interior of the home from natural elements like rain and the scorching heat of the sun. As strong as it may seem, your roof may also get damaged over time. The health of your roof depends on several factors including your gutter. 

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Don’t Ignore Your Roof’s Status Until It’s Too Late

Most of the time, homeowners put off repairs on their roof and neglect their roofing system. The problem is, they are only considering a short term and tend to neglect the long-term effect of their decisions. Delaying repairs on roofing system has both short- and long-term effects that building owners and homeowners often don’t consider or don’t think are serious. 

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Is It Finally Time For A New Roof?

Your roof endures the daily wear and tear as well as harsh weather during storms and under the scorching heat of the summer sun. Generally, a roof can last up to more than 20 years. Roofs are designed to withstand different weather conditions, but they are not indestructible. This means your roof needs to be replaced when it’s time to. However, since replacing an entire roof can be costly, most homeowners are delaying despite signs that it’s time for a new roof.

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How Skylights Can Reduce Energy Use


Skylights are the best way to bring in more natural light inside your home. A skylight is a window installed into your roof. Apart from letting in natural light, skylights are also efficient when it comes to reducing energy use which can lead to lower energy bills. Electricity costs are constantly rising up. With the need to decrease energy use, homeowners are looking for ways on how to do it.

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Is your roof ready for summer?

While most homeowners know to check for and repair roof damage before winter sets in, far less think about scorching temps in the summer can do. In addition to strong thunderstorms, harsh summer rays can cause damage to your roof.

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Benefits of Having Skylights

Along with aesthetic purposes, skylights have many practical benefits that everyone can enjoy, which is why an increasing amount of people are installing them in their homes. Whether you want to be in a better mood, save money or help our planet, skylights can help to improve the look and feel of your home and improve the quality of your life. Let’s explore the many benefits you could be enjoying this year.

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How New Home Owners Can Take Care Of Original Roof

When you’ve just purchased a home, one of the most important things you need to do is to pay attention to the condition of the roof. A leak in the roof can quickly turn into damaged ceilings and rotted joists, so it’s critical to be aware of what’s going on with your roof before you even close on the purchase.

Get Your Roof Checked Out

Some homeowners are ready to install a new roof as soon as they purchase a home, but others know there are several years of life left in the existing roof. Unless the old roof is obviously bad with missing shingles or big leaks, it can be difficult to figure out which situation you are in. In that situation, give us a call. Davis Roofing has made many such assessments of homes, giving advice to homeowners on when and if they’ll need to replace it.

Watch for Damage

The weather is the main enemy of your roof. Even a well-built home can suffer damage from wind and hail, so it’s important after every severe weather event that you give the roof a quick visual appraisal. Make sure shingles haven’t blown off or been damaged, and examine the attic for any signs of water seeping through. And again, don’t hesitate to call us at Davis Roofing to let us check it out.

Reduce Risk

Many of the ordinary things that take place around a home can have a detrimental impact on the roof. Scenic shade trees can add beauty and value, but the movement of branches across the roof can damage shingles. Have problem limbs removed–or even the whole tree. Make sure that other contractors like chimney inspectors and cable TV installers are not tearing shingles loose as they work, too.

Take Action Quickly

If you do see any kind of damage, don’t wait. Many people ignore leaks and other problems until they become severe. In the roofing business, we know that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We’ll repair minor problems before they become major ones. At the first sign of damaged or missing shingles, call Davis Roofing for help.

Research Your Roof

Shingles have a limited lifespan. They can be rated anywhere from 25 to 40 years, so a little background data can give you an idea of when to expect to replace the roof. Buying an existing home could make this tougher, but sometimes just knowing the year of construction is enough. You may also be able to find some leftover shingles that can provide hints. Insurance claims by the previous owner can also help.

At Davis Roofing, we like to help our customers help themselves. The more we can do together, the better your outcome will be. The roof protects every single part of the home, so educate yourself about your big purchase and take these simple steps to protect your roof so it can protect you.

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Why Roof Coating is a Beneficial Investment

Roof Coating: Safeguarding Your Roofing System the Smart Way

Maintaining a roofing system that’s both dependable and sturdy is essential. Lack of a powerful roofing system can be problematic for many reasons. If you want to go the extra mile in order to keep your roof tough and resilient, there are options on hand for you. One option you should consider is to go for roof coating. The advantages that are associated with roof coating are plentiful.

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At Davis Roofing, Inc. we pride ourselves in delivering outstanding service at an affordable price. We provide the same services as the area’s largest roofing companies for a fraction of the cost.

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