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Choosing The Best Roof for an Older Plymouth Home

“Our home’s not historic, exactly, but it’s an older home,” Jonathan said. “And I like the look of it. I like the vintage style. We’re getting to where it’s time to replace the roof, and I’m wondering, how do you go about that? Do you replace the roof you had with the same type of

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Summer Roof Damage Signs To Watch For

The Plymouth area has had one of the driest, hottest summers in quite a while. All of Western Massachusetts is considered to be in drought, and stories about the water shortage’s impact are everywhere. One thing that isn’t really being discussed is the impact of the scorching sun on your home’s roof. There is no

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Why Is Moss A Problem for Your Roof?

So we went out to look at a roof repair job in the Plymouth area. Right away it was clear that there was a big issue in front of us: the home had moss growing all over the front roof and over a good portion of the back. It was lush and green and very

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How Long Do Asphalt Shingles Last?

“We’re looking at buying a house in the Plymouth area,” Avi said. “It’s a lovely home, but the roof is ten years old. I want to know how long I can expect an asphalt shingle roof to last. If I have to put a new roof on in the next three to five years, the

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There Is Still Time To Get Your Roof Fixed Before Winter Starts!

If you’re worried because your home has missing shingles, the roof leaks, or there’s other damage overhead, take heart: there’s still time to have your Plymouth roofing contractor perform needed repairs or even full roof replacement before the snow flies. While there is obviously a little variation from year to year, the first snowfall in our

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Protect Yourself By Choosing a Professional Roofing Contractor

“When my husband told my Father we needed a new roof, I just cringed,” Mary said. “Because I know my Dad. He’s going to want to call my brothers, get them to come up here to Plymouth, and in the space of one weekend, fix our roof.” She sighed. “Dad means well, but I have

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