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    What to Consider for Your Mixed-Texture Exterior

    It’s important to carefully plan out your home’s exterior design. If you’re going for a mixed-texture exterior, then you may be wondering which combination you should choose. This is where you’ll need to work with an experienced exterior contractor like iRestore Stl so you can make the most out of your project. With our services, we’ll …

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    How We Take Care of Your Gutter Issues

    Even if you had your gutters replaced recently, that doesn’t mean you can put off routine maintenance until it’s absolutely necessary. Maintenance is important in keeping your gutters in good, shape especially since they’re always exposed to the natural elements. Certain issues can unexpectedly happen to your gutters, so they may need immediate attention and repair …

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    A Day in the Life of a Residential Roofing Contractor

    Your roofing contractor is one of the most reliable persons you will turn to if you need something done on your home’s roof. After all, it is risky to do these projects on your own, especially if you don’t possess the proper skills and tools to pull off the job properly. With that being said, …

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    Why Should You Replace Your Siding During the Winter?

    While it seems impractical to do siding or roof replacement projects during the winter, you can actually use this to your advantage. However, this doesn’t mean that you should wait until winter comes along to commit to your siding project, but rather that siding projects can be done anytime of the year, even during the colder months. …

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    Storm Damage

    The Most Common Storm Damage Myths and the Truth Behind Them

    Being proactive when it comes to storm damage means knowing the signs and the things to do when such an urgent issue concerning your home arises. Unfortunately, many homeowners still subscribe to certain beliefs that have since been debunked by residential roofing experts.

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    How to Prolong the Life of Your Gutters

    The lifespan of your home’s gutter system depends on several factors, particularly the type of material and the level of maintenance it receives. Aluminum and galvanized steel, two of the most popular gutter materials, usually last 20 years on average. Gutters made of premium materials like copper tend to last up to 50 years. However, …

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    Siding Replacement

    Preparing Your Home for Successful Siding Replacement

    Beautifully installed new siding can make any home look better on the outside and feel more comfortable to live in, too. Note, however, that replacing your siding is not a project you can do on a whim without risking failure or financial loss. Here are some ideas on how to adequately prepare yourself and your home …

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    Why a GAF Master Elite® Contractor Is Best for Your Home

    All homeowners need some guidance in easily identifying which roof replacement and repair contractor may help them best in improving their home. This is one of the reasons why GAF developed the Master Elite® certification program, which, since its inception, has helped match many of its customers with only the best roofing companies in their respective areas. …

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    How to Ensure Your Roofing Project Stays on Schedule

    Having a smooth roofing project depends on its communication, organization and planning. As such, it’s better to prepare and plan ahead as much as possible as well as anticipate any possible delays during the residential roofing process. 

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    Why Asphalt Shingle Lose Their Granules

    Your asphalt shingle roofing has three important functions: to defend against ultraviolet (UV) rays, to add to your home’s aesthetic appeal and to provide fire protection. However, its granules lose adhesion over time, especially when it’s exposed to natural wear and tear conditions, including wind, rain, hail and even foot traffic. If you happen to …

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