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5 Signs Your Roof Might Need To Be Replaced

A new roof is a great way to safeguard your home. A high-quality roof will last decades. However, a less-than-stellar contractor may have performed your last replacement, and it might not endure the test of time. In other situations, you may not even be aware of when your last roof replacement was, and if it

The 6 Important Home Maintenance Tasks You’re Ignoring

Many of us stick to our home maintenance routines, fearing costly damages and safety hazards. We’d all agree that home maintenance is a fundamental task for home ownership, but in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it’s easy to ignore the little things. Today, we’re going to take a look at 6 tasks you

Should I purchase a metal roof or shingle roof?

This is one of the most common questions we receive from homeowners. “Should I go metal or shingle?” In this article I’m going to spell out the pros and cons of a metal roofing system VS. a shingle roofing system. First off the pros of a metal roofing system Benefits of metal Metal lasts longer

How much does a new roof cost?

I have to start buying sharing ….. YES material costs have gone way up over the last year. Metal and shingle prices have gone up about 12% in the last year. With that said let’s discuss all of the factors that go into our roofing estimation process. The most obvious is the size of your

Is Home Advisor or Angie’s List a good resource for homeowners?

Why New Hampshire homeowners should be cautious of using these “services” I could very easily make this article a 3 word answer. DON’T USE THEM. But that wouldn’t be helpful to you, the homeowner. So, let me give you a breakdown of how Home Advisor and Angie’s List or now known as Angi actually works

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Aggressive hard closings at your table

We’ve encountered quite a few clients recently that have had extremely negative experiences with roofing contractors that have forced a hard close at their kitchen table. Now, don’t get me wrong Energy Shield of New Hampshire is in the business of selling metal and shingle roofing systems to homeowners, but we do not use hard