Roofing – Getting Started

Kevin Shiner, CEO of Shiner Roofing, brings us this excellent article on getting started with your roofing project. Here’s a few important notes: The State of Texas does not currently offer a roofing company license. However, several counties, cities and neighborhood associations may ask for a roofing license. Most of the roof replacement in North…

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Roofers

Occupational Outlook for Roofers Roofers Information from the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Significant Points Most Roofers learn their skills informally on the job; some roofers train through 3-year apprenticeships. Most job openings will arise from the need to replace those who leave the occupation because the work is hot, strenuous, and dirty, causing many people to…

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ReRoofing

ReRoofing can be extremely tedious work… especially when the old roof has been on there forever… or you have more than one layer of shingles. It is sometimes recommended that you could have up to (2) layers of asphalt shingles on your roof without tearing everything off back down to the decking. That doesn’t mean…

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Skylight Repairs

Skylight Repair Texas hail storms have been knocking out skylights for a long time. It’s a common problem. If you’re going to live in Texas, you can bet you’ll replace your skylight sooner or later! If you have a broken, chipped or leaking skylight, we can help you fix your skylight problem and repair your…

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Tile Roofing

Tile Roofing Fort Worth and Dallas both still have many beautiful, older homes with classic clay and concrete tile roofing shingles. Unfortunately, these beautiful clay tile roofs are slowly disappearing. North Texas hailstorms knock out most of them. What’s left is slowly plowed under to make way for a newer, larger, more energy-efficient home. I’ve…

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