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  • The advantages and disadvantages of opting for a steel roof

    By toit on 16 October 2019
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    More and more, steel is a popular alternative when it comes to choosing a roofing material. Selecting option often requires careful consideration, given that it can be more expensive and represents a long-term investment. Here is a list of advantages and disadvantages that could help you choose the right type of roof for your needs.   The advantages 1. Steel

  • Roof renovation costs

    By toit on 16 October 2019
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    Renovating your roof isn’t a job to be taken lightly. Roof repair can cost anywhere from $4,000 to $200,000 depending on the roof’s slope and surface area and the materials used. Calling on the services of an expert is a must to assess the overall condition of your home.    Factors that can increase costs The inspection  Hands down, an

  • The rise of innovative roofs

    By toit on 16 August 2017
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    The rise of innovative roofs The growing interest in eco-responsible renovation projects in the North American market is manifest. Individuals are more concerned about the environmental impact of their daily choices. This concern inevitably gets transposed when it comes to choosing materials for major work in your home. Many companies see the opportunity to innovate in a booming market. Roofs

  • LEED-certified homes: Understanding a roof’s impact on the environment

    By toit on 16 August 2017
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    LEED-certified homes: Understanding a roof’s impact on the environment Want to build or redo your roof, but not sure what type of roofing material to choose? First, it’s important to question the sustainability of the materials, their nature and the maintenance required to make a sustainable choice in terms of the environment. What is LEED certification? Each year, the Canada

  • Roof renovation tax credit and grants

    By toit on 16 August 2017
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    Roof renovation tax credit and grants The time to tackle renovation work has come around, and, like many people, you may be dreading this moment. After a long, hard winter, it’s recommended to insulate your roof to avoid increased heating costs for the next season. Fortunately, there are programs available to help households looking to do work on their roof.