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The right roof material – building blocks for your roof

roof-1197886_1280You can’t ignore the right type of material that the roof of your house should be made of – after all, your house is where your family stays safe and the comfort of your loved ones is most important.

So what material should you use for the roof of your house? How is one material better than the other? How is one material more suitable in one part of Australia but not in the other? Well, you must know the answers to these questions before you make a decision on the roof material.

Here’s your bible to the most common roof materials used in Australia along with their pros and cons.

Terracotta roofs

A roof made out of clay-based ceramic tiles is called a terracotta roof. Terracotta in Italian origin means baked earth (or clay). This roof is one of the most common in Australia and also around the globe. Terracotta roofs are either glazed to cater for a variety of colours and finishes on the roof or unglazed so they’re in their typical red-orange shade.

Although suitable for a diverse climate like the one we have in Australia, terracotta roofs are not favourable for locations that receive more snowfall as the snow can get in between the tiles and result in leakage.


  • Are very durable and last for many years with little-to-no maintenance.
  • Are resistant to fire and water, so cannot be damaged easily.
  • Come in a wide variety of colours and finishes to add to the aesthetic value of your building.
  • Exhibit great thermal properties.


  • Are very fragile and can break easily.
  • Are very heavy and labour intensive to carry and transport.
  • Have the potential to grow lichens or moss.


Steel (metal) roofs

Steel roofs are the most common type of metal roofs that are used in modern days – although tin was used as another material for roof types many years back. Steel has replaced other metal roof types because it’s more durable, cost effective, stronger and has long lifespan – together making steel the best candidate for metal roofs.

Steel roofs come in many finishes and coatings that help to improve their performance as a roof type. Owing to this property, steel roofs are suitable for all types of residential, commercial and industrial buildings.


  • Have a very low weight that helps in reducing load on foundations/walls.
  • Are very durable and require no-to-little maintenance costs.
  • Are favourable for different climates and weathers.
  • Come in many colours.


  • Can easily corrode.
  • Provide less insulation against noise and heat.
  • Require more cost upfront in comparison to other materials.


Concrete roofs

There are many similarities between concrete and terracotta tiles/roofs and people sometimes confuse one to be the other. Like terracotta, concrete tiles come in a variety of colours that can help in creating very appealing roofs for buildings that are also long lasting at the same time.

Concrete tiles or roofs are mostly found in areas that experience temperate climates. Areas that have very wet or windy weather do not generally consider concrete roofs.


  • Require very low maintenance.
  • Very resistant to water and last longer.
  • Very safe to walk on for maintenance and repair purposes.
  • Offer a variety of colours and shapes.
  • Offer great thermal insulation.


  • Can degrade and lose charm over time because of fading paint.
  • Much heavier than terracotta tiles.


Thatch roof

Roof made from bundles of dried plant material is called a thatched roof. Such roofs are extremely rare in Australia. You may find them only in outdoor shading areas and pergolas, where a thatch roof adds to the visual appeal of the structure.


  • Are built from environment-friendly and natural material.
  • Look excellent and offer visual identity.
  • Offer excellent insulation.


  • Require more maintenance in the long run as compared to its competitors.
  • Are expensive to build and require more labour.
  • Can attract rodents and birds.

Some other roof materials that are common in other parts of the world are polyester roofs, solar shingles, roof shingles and roofing membranes; however, they’re not found here in Australia because of our diverse topography and climate changes.

Author Bio:

Jim Chronopoulos is the owner of Melbourne Quality Roofing offering all types of roof restoration services. With over 25 years of rich experience Melbourne Quality Roofing provides professional and affordable roof restoration services to commercial and residential properties in Melbourne & nearby suburbs.



7 Warning Signs Your Roof Needs a Makeover

Screen Shot 2016-02-16 at 8.47.11 PMSo, you’re up to your ears with everyday routine, trying to balance work and life while navigating the endless flow of tasks and chores. With so many things happening every day, who’s got time for roof repairs?

The roof is one of the most important parts of any home structure. It protects the interior, its occupants and their belongings from the elements. It keeps us warm and dry during winter and cool during summer.

As important as it might be, people don’t spend too much time worrying about their roofs, and they rarely look at it. Most people don’t even realize they need a new roof until water starts leaking into their house.

So, how can you tell if your roof needs a makeover? Here are seven alarming signs.

  1. Leakage in the Attic

A leakage in the attic is probably the most common sign that something is not quite right. If you stop a water stain in your attic or ice building up, you will most probably find a small hole in your roof. The reasons can be many and different, poor shingle underlayment or flashing problems being the most common.

Look for yellow and peeling paint as well since this is also a common sign of leakage. And most importantly, regularly inspect the attic. It is much cheaper to repair a small damage than change the entire roof.

  1. Your Shingles are Curling and Buckling

Curled shingles are usually a bad sign. To check the shingles on your roof, go outside and look at the slopes of your home in direct sunlight. Are the shingles curling and cupping? If yes, this is a sign there might be a problem with your roof.

When shingles curl, they are no longer able to keep water from leaking through your roof, thus damaging your attic and the things you store in there.

  1. You’ve Got Living Creatures on Your Shingles

Well, don’t think as far as warlocks, but rather moss or algae. Don’t panic, though. This is mostly a cosmetic issue, and you don’t have to replace the entire roof just the get rid of the moss.

However, keep in mind that you shouldn’t start to power wash or scrape away the green stuff because you will only manage to chip off the granules. Instead, look for a solution that is part bleach part water. Or better yet, buy some zinc strips, and install them on the slopes. Oh, and next time you change the roof, opt for algae-resistant tiles.

  1. Missing Granules and Bare Spots

There are many problems that can affect granules, such as poorly designed valley drainage, poorly placed downspouts, and so on. Physical damages caused by storms or long exposure to the elements can deteriorate the granules, leading to bare spots. These bare spots will become an entry point for water, and an accelerator for aging and shingle decay.

  1. Loose Nails

Roofing nails are used to fix in place the shingles when the roof is installed. In time, these nails will inevitably loosen due to weather conditions – winds, rain, etc. Water will start to infiltrate through the holes from underneath the nail heads when this is starting to happen, and your home could be in danger of developing water damage.

If you think that your roof nails are loosened, immediately call the roofing expert. They will examine the problem and take the necessary action to fix your roof.

  1. The Entire Roof Is Sagging

Now this is the moment to pull the alarm and call a contractor. A sagging roof is usually a sign of a problem in structure, the decking in the attic, or the supports in the foundation. It doesn’t mean that it will fall immediately on you, but it is better to handle it while it is still small. If depression or a drop is spotted, you need to call an expert right away.

  1. Entire Shingles Are Missing

Theoretically, replacing a few shingles shouldn’t constitute a problem, but you should know that it will be quite difficult to find shingles to match the color of the old ones. This is not an urgent matter, so you can keep on patching, that is, at least until a bigger problem appears. Due to the checkerboard look, people often choose to replace the whole roof, though.

A resistant, well-functioning roof on top of your head is important. As a homeowner you need to be aware of the state of your home and whether repairs are required. A regular inspection of the condition of your roof can save you time and money.


Secret to Maintaining a Beautiful Roof

beautiful roofYour roof is one of the most important structural parts of your home that provides you and your belongings with protection from the elements. For this reason, it is important that your roof remains in outstanding condition. Follow these tips to maintain the look and functionality of your roof.

Structure Strength:  Inspect your roof for structural damage. Once a year, it’s a good idea to (carefully!) get onto your roof and assess it for any shingles that may be missing, buckling, or cracking. It is also important to check for any sort of growth on your roof, such as moss or mold. This could eventually eat through your roof, creating a hole and causing leaks to occur in your home. If you see mold growing on your roof, scrub it away with a long-handled brush.

Winter Worries:  Throughout the winter, try to keep as much snow off of your roof as possible. This will prevent issues from ice buildup, like ice dams. Your roof should be able to withstand winter weather, but it’s best to take extra precautions to help avoid problems. If your roof is easily accessible, brush or blow away excess snow buildup. If you’re looking for a simpler process, you can install heated strips to run along the length of your roof. When it snows, simply turn the strips on to begin the melting process.

Pest Problems:  One of the largest problems homeowners experience are caused by birds and their nests. If a family of birds have decided to nest in your gutters, this is bad news for your roof. Bird droppings have a high acid content, and if this waste is left on your roof, it can eat away at the material and cause wear. For this reason, it is important to check your gutters frequently for bird’s nests and other types of debris that can cause buildup and other issues.

Fix-a-Flue:  If your home has a fireplace and chimney, don’t forget to check these aspects of your roof as well. Loose caulk or holes in the flashing around your chimney, vents, and exhaust pipes can pose a problem with their functionality. If you roofing or chimney have metal pieces in their structure, check those for rust or rot.

Interior Inspection:  One of the most important areas to check for damage is the underside of your roof, or the part that is exposed in your attic. Check to see if light is shining through any cracks or if there is dampness around corners and edges. Taking care of these issues as they become known to you is one of the best ways to prevent major damage to your roof that could cause you to have to replace the entire thing.

The experts at SOLEC recommend spraying the underside of your roof with LO/MIT radiant heat barrier paint which is also moisture permeable and mold resistant, to reduce the heat in your home thus reducing energy costs.

The experts at Power Home Remodeling Group recommended inspecting your roof twice a year – as fall rolls around, and again in the spring to ensure your roof withstood the cold winter months. By checking regularly for these problems, you’ll be able to stop major issues right in their tracks.

Tell-Tale Signs Your Roof is in Bad Shape

Missing Shingles for Tell-Tale Signs Your Roof is in Bad Shape ArticleUnderstanding the overall health of your roof can be done by paying attention to some signs.

Despite the important role that the roof plays, it is often the most overlooked part of the house. In fact, many homeowners assume that when the roof is doing its job, it is in good condition and they would avoid doing inspections. It is only when the roof actually fails and rain starts trickling inside the house that this area is given attention.

The truth, however, is that no matter how sturdy a roof looks, it will give out signs when it is not doing well. So before the worse happens to your home’s cover, it is a good idea to pay attention to some of the signs that your roof is telling you and understand what they indicate about the health of this part of your house.

Ceiling and exterior walls filled with water spots

Water spots are a common occurrence on ceilings and exterior walls, but many homeowners simply choose to ignore them. However, these stains may actually be indicative that your roof has leaks and the bad part about this is that the leaks’ position can be difficult to figure out, especially if they are tiny.

Such difficulty can be attributed to the fact that the water dripping from the leaks does not head straight to the ceiling. More often than not, it will travel first to other parts of the roof before it gets on the insulation where it does not dry up easily and then leaves behind an unsightly yellow stain on the ceiling. In the case of the exterior walls, a damaged, rusted or loose flashing is usually pointed out as the culprit. Unless you have the time to find where the leaks are, a roofing contractor is your best bet to figure out the exact position of the leaks and patch them up before they cause further damage

It should be pointed out, however, that a water stained ceiling and exterior walls do not automatically mean you have a leaky roof. The stains could also be the result of condensation, plumbing leaks and damaged windows. However, if the stains only appear or grow in size after the rain, then a leaky roof is the most likely cause.

Washed out granules and cracks on shingles

Notice cracks on your shingles as well as granules collecting on your gutters and flowing out of your downspouts? These are clear signs that your roof’s shingles are nearing the end of their service life.

While the granules of shingles are there to protect them against the weather, frequent exposure to the sun’s UV rays make them brittle. Eventually, they fall out and flow into gutters and downspouts every time it rains. With the shingles completely exposed to the sun, they become more vulnerable to cracks, which when left unattended could lead to more serious problems such as leaks. As such, when you see these problems, it is about time to replace your roof’s aging shingles with new ones.

Curled shingles

Roof shingles that are curled on the corners or are looking curvy is an indication that they are aging. An attic that is not properly vented may also contribute to the problem. Whenever the attic gets too hot, especially during summer, it heats up the entire roof, including the underside of the shingles. When that happens, the shingles age easily and its corners turn up. If left as is, the curled shingles will provide entry for wind-blown rain, resulting to leaks on the roof. In such case, the only possible solutions are to reshingle your roof and at the same time correct how the attic is vented.

Missing or dislodged shingles

High winds are not the primary cause for missing or loose shingles. It is more likely the result of an unwanted critter getting on your roof or a damaged sealant strip, which attaches the shingles to the membrane.

When critters get on your roof, they have the tendency to scratch the shingles to gain entry. As a result the shingles could get dislodged, allowing the critter to get inside your home.  Another reason is that the sealant on the underside that helps keep the shingles in place may have already worn out or are already brittle due to frequent sun. Consequently, the shingle may get knocked off by severe winds.

The best fix for this is to immediately replace the missing or loose shingles. When applying the new shingles, be sure to follow the overlapping pattern to keep water at bay. If the missing shingle or even the newly applied one interrupts the pattern, water will eventually find its way inside your house.

Roof leaks as temperature runs between warm and cold

This is a definite indication of an ice dam, which is the result of freeze-thaw cycles that allow ice to form on the roof, blocking melting snow from draining. Over time, the water from the snow that has melted as the temperature becomes warm can get under the shingles and find its way inside.

Your best defense against ice dams is to ensure that your attic is properly insulated. This will help prevent ice dams from forming on your roof as the insulation helps stops warm air from escaping into the attic, which in turn would melt the snow. You should also beef up the attic’s ventilation to keep the space cooler and prevent ice dams from affecting your roof.

Jessie Moore is an avid writer with a passion for home improvement. When not working, she enjoys tackling DIY projects for her home. Visit to see more of Jessie’s posts.

Roof Remodelling Advice – How to Improve the Upper Part of Your Home

damaged roofRoof remodelling is something that shouldn’t be done without much consideration. There are some things that home-owners must do before they proceed with the project.

Roofs are made to be durable and long-lasting, but there comes a time when remodelling becomes a must. If you think that time has come for your roof, then you should start renovating. Found below are key tips worth keeping in mind when improving the upper part of your home. Read them before you get started.

Take a look

Before you contact contractors or shop around for roofing options, inspect your roof first. If you assume that inspection entails only looking at your roof up close, you are mistaken. You should also view it from a distance. In fact, it is a good idea to first inspect your roof from a distance using binoculars before getting a ladder and taking a closer look. Keep your eye out for cracking or curling, and see if there are shingles that are missing. If your house has asphalt shingles for roofing, also check out sections which have missing granular covering.

Once you’ve inspected the roof from the outside, assess it from the inside as well. Head on over to the attic armed with a flashlight and see if there are water stains, which can be signs of roof leakage.

Know your options

It is important that you research about the options available in terms of roofing materials, so that you can determine the best choice for your home. You can choose a common roofing material such as asphalt, which has two main types: organic and fibreglass. Organic asphalt shingles are manufactured using cellulose fibres (i.e. wood or recycled paper) while fibreglass are manufactured using glass fibres. Organic is less likely to break during colder seasons, but fibreglass is more resistant to moisture and fire.

Of course, you can always opt for something different. There is a wide range of roofing options out there, and many of these are even eco-friendly. You should consider the more environment friendly roofing choices such as standing seam metal, sustainable wood, recycled content shingle and reclaimed slate or clay tiles.

Get familiar with local codes

No home-owner should proceed with roof remodelling without checking the local building codes. Contact or visit the local building department and inquire about what is and what isn’t allowed when it comes to roofing remodelling. Make sure to ask how many times you are permitted to cover your roof with another layer of the same roofing material. Some places require that some layers be removed prior to the installation of new roofing because they allow only two layers of roof.

It also helps to consult the local building department about the right roofing option to choose. There may be other requirements you need to comply with (i.e. fire resistance), and you need to choose the option that does comply with these.

Choose based on appearance

Your roof should not only effectively protect your home from the elements—it should also look good. Remember that your roof covers a large part of your house’s exteriors and thus affect the home’s curb appeal. Hence, you should also carefully choose your new roof based on style and appearance. Know which materials or colours look best for the style of your roof and your house.

Find a reputable and reliable contractor

Only a reputable and reliable contractor can make a roof remodelling project a success. Such contractor  has a permanent place of business, a tax identification number and a business license, as well as offer contact details. The contractor must also have liability insurance and workers’ compensation coverage—make sure to see proof of these before hiring.

Once you have found qualified contractors to do your roof for you, ask for a written proposal, complete with all the necessary details such as extent of work, estimated start and completion dates, type of roofing material and colour, as well as other materials required for the project. The document should also state whether existing roofing will only be covered with new materials or removed completely, and who will be in charge of putting new flashing and vents.

Get estimates from three to four contractors, and don’t choose one only because of low pricing. Your roof is an investment, so you shouldn’t scrimp on it. It would be a good idea to consider not the initial remodelling cost but rather the annual roofing cost. Find out the life expectancy of the roofing material you have chosen and divide it with the total roof remodelling cost (including both labour and materials).

Don’t forget ventilation

Roofs need to be well-ventilated. Find out what the local requirements are for attic ventilation and make sure to comply.

The author of this article is Tracey Thompson. This full-time writer has penned a number of home improvement articles, and is now mostly working on articles about Roughcasting in Glasgow, Scotland.

Cleaning and Maintaining Your Gutters

Cleaning and Maintaining Your GuttersCleaning your gutters is not going to be on the top of your list of things to do, . However, it is something that has to be done because your gutters are very important to your home. Without clean gutters, water and moisture can build up around your house and cause significant damage to your home. Here are some tips for cleaning and maintaining your gutters so that you can avoid doing any costly repairs in the future.

First off, you need to pay attention to the downspout. This is what is going to clog up and cause water to sit still, growing mold and mildew. It is also going to cause your gutters to sag, something that you will have to fix if they continue to sag and water continues to build up.

Gutter spikes are important to the gutters, they are what hold the gutters tight to the house. After years of battling weather and holding onto debris, these spikes can work their way out of the home, which is going to cause the gutters to fall down over time.

Check for any leaks in the gutters. This can include holes in the gutters and cracked caulking. You can re-caulk the gutters once you remove the old caulk and seal it once it is dry.

Now you can start cleaning the gutters. The most efficient way to do this is with a pressure washer. With everything secured and replaced that needed to be, a pressure washer is not going to hurt the gutters. A pressure washer is going to get all of the dirt, leaves, and any other build up out of the gutters while cleaning out the downspout as well.

If your gutters look old and you cannot replace all of the parts, it could be time for some new gutters. New gutters are made out of aluminum and vinyl so they do not rust and they can help prevent build up over time. You can consider adding a splash block, as it keeps water coming out of the downspouts going right next to your house, avoiding the home’s foundation and protecting it from forming a trench.

When you are cleaning and maintaining your gutters, it’s important to remember to be safe and know when it is time to hire a professional. Although routine cleaning and maintenance is easily done manually, if you get to more build up and older gutters, a professional can ensure they are well cleaned and safe from any mold or mildew.

Denver Roofing Contractors, Pinnacle Roofing Solutions is pleased to bring you this article on cleaning and maintaining your gutters. If you are looking into Denver roof repair, be sure to check out their website today.

How Will a Metal Roof Stand up to Extreme Weather?

metal roofExtreme weather requires the most efficient and durable roofing for commercial, business, or residential buildings. Knowing what will withstand extreme weather for many years will be cost efficient and safe for your building. Metal roof panels are growing in popularity as more people recognize the benefits that metal roofing provides.

High winds, heavy snow, hailstorms, wildfires and other types of extreme weather can wreak havoc on a roof. Metal roofs are designed specifically for harsh weather conditions for decades. If a metal roof is installed correctly, they can last up to a hundred years without cracking, splitting or crumbling. 61% of consumer chose metal roofs due to their durability and cost effectiveness.

Metal roofing has a 120-mph wind rating, which means that the roof is able to withstand wind gusts up to 120 miles per hour, equal to an F2 tornado. Wind resistance and uplift resistance are provided by using the best material to protect your roof under high wind conditions.

Homes that battle wildfires benefit from metal roofing as well. A traditional asphalt roof can easily ignite during a wildfire when burning pine needles and debris is blowing around due to high wind conditions that typically coexist with wildfires. With a metal roof, the burning pine needles and debris is able to be deflected, reducing the risk of the building being burnt down and destroyed in the wildfire.

Locations that are known for producing heavy snow have proven to benefit from metal roofing because it sheds snow fast and eliminates ice damming, protecting the structure of the roof. A metal roof ensures that water does not collect under the roof and leak into your home, causing mold and other structural issues.

When it comes to hail damage, naturally durable metal roofs provide more resistance than traditional roofing. Metal roofing has the highest impact resistance and hail rating, earning a Class 4 rating. A Class 4 rating means that a sample of the product did not crack when it hit twice in the same spot by a 2-inch steel ball.

During the hot summer months, a metal roof reflects the sun’s heat and reduces the heat buildup. This helps lower your utility bills as well as promoting a healthy environment in your community. Metal roofing reduces ambient temperatures that cause smog formation, reducing smog by 5%.

The durability of a metal roof requires little maintenance and no need to be replaced, reducing material consumption. A typical metal roof is able to withstand many extreme weather conditions from the heat to cold, wind, rain and wildfires.

Architectural Metal Company, West Coast Metal Systems is pleased to bring you this article about metal roofing in extreme weather. If you would like to learn more about Architectural Metal Panels, or the company WCMS, be sure to check out their website today.

Pros and Cons of Metal Roofing

metal roofWhen it comes to needing a new roof, you have to consider the different types of roofing you want. Weighing the pros and cons can seem like a daunting and unnecessary task, but it can be the difference between needing a new roof in twenty years and having a roof that outlasts the life span that you live there. Asphalt and metal are the two most popular roofing materials that homeowners will choose between. So what are the pros and cons of metal roofing?

The Pros

For one, which might be the best benefit of metal roofing, they can last over 40 years. Traditional roofing materials typically don’t live longer than 20 years, which means that metal roofs can double the lifespan of a traditional roofing material.

Metal roofs are very durable as well. They have the ability to sustain wind gusts up to 140 miles per hour as well as being impact-resistant. With routine inspections you can keep the maintenance costs down substantially as well. They are also safe in the case of a wildfire or lightning strike. Metal roofs cannot spark or ignite into flames.

Energy efficient is an important aspect to metal roofing. They tend to reflect the sun’s rays, which can reduce cooling costs up to 25%. They are also environmentally friendly as they are made out of up to 95% recycled material. Metal is 100% recyclable, as well, which helps reduce building-related waste.

The Cons

Metal roofing can cost up to three times more than other roofing materials. It Is an investment to get a metal roof, but the longevity of the roof makes it more cost efficient if you plan to stay in your home for an extended period of time.

Noise often makes metal roofing seem like a hassle, as heavy rain or a hailstorm can be very noisy with metal. By adding more insulation you can decrease the noise level.

You have to be sure there is a high quality installation process when it comes to metal roofing. If it is not properly installed, the panels can loosen as they expand and contract. Also, if water accumulates it can cause serious damage. Some metals tend to rust in different climates, so knowing what type of metal is not going to rust can help you out substantially.

When you are deciding what material you want for your roof, metal roofing has many positives and some negatives to go with that material. The best way to make a decision is to weigh the pros and cons and decide from there.

Commercial roofing company Douglass Colony is pleased to bring you this article on the pros and cons of metal roofing. Douglass primarily does commercial roofing in Denver. If you are interested, be sure to check out their website today.

Does my Roof Need to be replaced?

roofYour roof, the thing that keeps you warm at night and in the winter, provides you coverage from the extreme weather, isn’t going to last forever. This is a sad fact that needs to be addressed to ensure you are safe and well protected in your home. There are ways to tell when your roof needs to be replaced.

In your attic, there are four things to look for: places that are sagging, water damage or leaking, dark spots, and outside light showing through the roof. These seem like obvious reasons to get your roof replaced, and putting it off is only going to cause more issues and cost more money in the long run. It is recommended that you check your roof at least two times a year, once in the spring and once in the fall, to ensure that no harsh weather has caused any damage to the roof.

You should also check the exterior of your roof. Missing shingles, blistering or curling, rotting and algae growth are some reasons to replace your roof. Visually inspecting your roof for any missing shingles or odd parts to the shingles, and scanning the roof for loose material or wear and tear. Moisture, rot and mold should always be noted as they can cause water to seep into your home.

You can also check the inside of your home. The interior ceilings can show any leaking that is caused by the roof structure. If you have any leaking inside the home, this requires immediate attention to the roof because not only is it damaging the roof but the walls are also being damaged. Mold can also grow very quickly as it grows in damp areas.

Shingles are a number one thing to keep a close eye on. Once shingles become warped, curled or cupped, they are no longer able to keep water from seeping through the roof, causing serious structural damage. You cannot reverse this problem and it is best to replace all of the shingles at this point. Inspect the shingles at least once a year for signs of damage, wear and tear, replacing them as you see fit.

Consider your roof to be one of the most essential parts to your home. Without it, you wouldn’t have much of a home to live in. Therefore it is important that you make sure your roof is in good condition and if it isn’t it needs to be repaired as soon as possible. Repair your roof when you see any of the above issues arise.


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