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Types of Materials for The Roof of your House

Roofing home improvement projects are something that most homeowners dread to do. This is because a roofing project is a costly one. When the roof of your house starts to leak, it is a must that you immediately seek the help of a roofing company. They are the ones who...

Signs You Need A New Roof for Your House

The roofing of the house needs to be well made for it to last long and be able to protect the house and people living inside. To make sure that you get your money’s worth, hire a trustworthy roofing professional by clicking here. So, when should you replace the roof...

Roofing Service Terminology

If you are looking at having your roof repaired by a roof repair company, you may be curious about the types of repair services they do, and what those fancy names really mean. If you are a seasoned roofing expert, you know the ins and outs of roofing vocabulary....

Roofing Tool Terminology

With the summer months among us, many homeowners are looking to do some of their own roof repairs and upgrades. For newbies to this industry, many of you may be unfamiliar with the types of tools to do these jobs. To help, we’ve partnered with the experts...

9 Facts About Solar Shingles and Panels

Many people are familiar with solar panels and shingles, but they usually do not know exactly how they work to generate energy or the application and set up process. We’ve compiled a list of facts and tips for anyone interested in learning more about solar panels and...

The Past and Future of Solar Shingles

A series of solar shingles make up large solar roofs. These tiles work both as a roof protector and insulator and as small-scale solar panels. An individual tile generates just a small amount of electricity, but may theoretically generate as much electricity as...

Solar Single Technology

Solar shingles are also called photovoltaic shingles. They are small solar panels designed with the look and functionality of typical shingles in mind. Solar shingles capture a type of solar energy known as building- integrated photovoltaic. One of the great things...

Recycling of Asphalt Shingles

Many people do not realize that asphalt shingles can be recycled to create new shingles. This is particularly appealing to homeowners who are looking to do their part to help the environment by creating less waste. So how exactly does it work? If you are looking to...

The Future of Asphalt Shingles

Recycling of asphalt has become increasingly more common. Roofing experts in Milledgeville are seeing this to be a more environmentally friendly, cutting down on product waste, and it can also be cheaper to produce. Here are a few goals of using recycled asphalt...

Storm Damage and Insurance

Homeowners need to be informed when buying a homeowners insurance policy. So, in the event that storm damage occurs to your home, you know what your policy covers. Hail, tree and wind damage are common during severe storm events. These damages most commonly effect...

Roofing Material Comparison

Asphalt Shingles- More than 75 percent of all single-family homes in the US are roofed with asphalt shingles. Most roofing pros know this is standard material. That number is slowly shrinking thanks to the more energy-efficient and durable metal roofing. There are two...

How Your Roof can Affect Your Home Value

Thinking about a new roof? Milledgeville Roofing Company has you covered. While it might not be as popular a project as remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, a new canopy has definite advantages including improved resale value, a nicer and newer appearance, lower...

What Are Solar Roof Shingles?

They are roof tiles that contain solar cells. They both generate solar electricity and function as a waterproof roof product. Solar shingles have been around for a number of years. However, in 2018 the first installations of the Tesla solar shingles, also known as the...

The Evolution of Asphalt Shingles

The life cycle of an asphalt shingle lasts anywhere from a handful of years to over 30 years. Usually on the higher end when roofing experts do the installation. While the type of shingle, climate, and other site factors influence this duration, it all depends on how...