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Nothing can stop you in your tracks faster than a leaky roof. Whether it’s a small trickle or a constant drip, it can go from a small problem to big trouble very quickly.

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The roof is one of the most essential components of any building as it keeps you protected from the elements and ensures the longevity of your home’s structure.

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By knowing what kind of roof your house has, you can stay informed and make the best decisions regarding any future repairs or replacements you may need.

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Having your roof repaired or replaced is a big job best left to the professionals, but with all of the roofing companies to choose from, it can be a difficult task when deciding which one is right for the job.

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There is a big push for homeowners to install solar panels. Generating your own solar energy has never been easier. In fact, there are government tax credits that make solar power an easy decision. With such ease of installation and usage come many questions that homeowners may not think about.

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The team at Feazel hears this question frequently and why not? Harnessing solar energy on your roof is a wonderful opportunity to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

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When it comes to rainwater runoff, gutters are non-negotiable. During your roof installation or replacement, consider having gutters installed or replaced. Gutters are imperative to maintaining the longevity of your home by redirecting rainwater from your foundation.

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Quality shingles are the first thing people see when they come over. As the outermost layer of your roof, your shingles provide visual interest and durability against external elements. Shingles protect your home from all sorts of weather impacts, pests, and UV rays.

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Your roof is not a static, standalone feature of the home. It is a moving, breathing, functional element that serves many purposes. Its primary task is to keep you and your family dry inside and to protect the home's structure from weather and water intrusion.

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