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How to Prepare Your Home For Roof Installation
How to Prepare Your Home For Roof Installation

A roof replacement project has the potential to increase your home value and strengthen your protection against the elements. Furthermore, when you install a new roof, your heating and cooling system won’t have to work as hard, resulting in lower heating and cooling costs. Today, we’re going to share how you can prepare your home for a roof replacement.

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Key Things to Know About Roof Ventilation
Key Things to Know About Roof Ventilation

Experts emphasize the importance of air sealing and insulation to improve your home’s energy performance. After all, your home isn’t a vacuum-sealed box that shouldn’t allow anything in. As such, airflow is one of the most important factors of a home, especially in the attic and roofing system. Remember that warm air rises to escape, so with poor insulation and ventilation, you’ll experience uncomfortable heat all-year long.

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5 Roof Replacement Tips for Choosing a New Asphalt Shingle Color
5 Roof Replacement Tips for Choosing a New Asphalt Shingle Color

A roof replacement project may seem daunting, but the silver lining is the opportunity to increase your home’s curb appeal. One of the most exciting parts during a roof replacement project is deciding your asphalt shingle’s new color. Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing material in the country which leaves you with a lot of options to spruce up your home. They’re economical, durable and complement most home styles. Here are five tips and tricks you can use in choosing a new asphalt shingle color.

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Whether your roof is falling apart or you just want to increase the curb appeal of your home, give us a call today at (865) 688-2888 to schedule a consultation with a residential roofing expert from Innovative Roofing & Siding or fill out our online form below.

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