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To Reroof, or Not to Reroof. That’s the Question. The Shady Practice of Reroofing Reroofing is when a roofing company hammers new shingles over old shingles. Is it legal? Yes, but is it best practice? Absolutely not. TruBlue Roofing and Remodeling never re-roofs. Any roof we install brand new is absolutely brand new down to

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Summer Humidity Damage

Summer Roofing Issues: Humidity Damage Protecting Your Roof from Summer Humidity North Carolina is the home of humidity. You can feel it on any summer day when you step outside from your air-conditioned home. It’s like you slipped on a warm wet suit of heat. Imagine how this heavy, heated, coat of moisture affects your

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Oh, Hail No!

Ohhh….Hail…NO! What to Do When Hail Damages Your Roof One of the most damaging storm forces to a roof is hail. Whether golfball-size or baseball-size, it’s all destructive to roofs, even new ones. Being proactive is crucial in protecting your home’s most valuable feature. A home’s roof should last on average 30 years; however, when

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Hurricane Checklist: Top 8 things to consider after a hurricane

8 Things To Secure Your Home After A Hurricane   Torrential downpours, gale-force winds, storm surges, and flooding along the coastline – Hurricane season in North Carolina can be damaging on both a physical and emotional front. From frantically prepping before the storm to inspecting your home after the threat has moved up the coast,

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