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    Moss on Roofs

    Moss on Roofs

    Did you know that there are an estimated 12,000 species of moss throughout the world? The Rocky Mountains alone is home to 22 species of just the sphagnum moss, also known as “peat moss”. The rest of Colorado is home to 13 peat moss species. As amazing as these plants look in forests and as

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    How to Better Insulate Your Roof

    How to Better Insulate Your Roof

    Looking to improve insulation? Uninsulated houses lose as much as 25 percent of total heat through the roof, so that’s where you should focus first. Roof insulation will make your home cozier while also helping you reduce energy bills. Roof insulation is eco-friendly and financially sensible. It’s also a great way to protect your roof

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    How to Spot Hail Damage

    Hail damage accounts for more than $1.7 billion in property damage annually in the United States alone, according to a five-year study by the Insurance Information Institute (III). That figure stems from about 4,600 hail events each year. If you’re an affected homeowner, it makes for rather annoying hailstorm aftermath. In the following article, we’ll be

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    What to Ask Your Roofing Contractor

    What to Ask Your Roofing Contractor

    Whether you are fixing a leaking roof or getting a new one, choosing a roofing contractor requires time and is no easy task. With the right questions in mind, it can be less daunting to choose a roofing contractor. Knowing what to ask a roofing contractor goes a long way in assuring you that you’ve

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    5 Common Roofing Fails

    5 Common Roofing Fails

    Your roof is one of your home’s most essential pieces. Not only does it make your house more energy-efficient, but it also keeps your family safe and dry. Roofs in Denver get a lot of wear and tear. When your roof isn’t maintained, you’re bound to experience some roofing fails. From trying to do a

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    What is a Living Roof?

    What is a Living Roof?

    Are you looking for a way to improve your home while also making it more energy efficient? Build a living roof! Living roofs are gardens that sit atop your home. Not only are they beautiful, but they can also limit the transfer of heat by up to 72%. That means your home will stay cooler in

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