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Can roof shingles be reused?

A pretty common question people ask is whether or not roof shingles can be reused. There are some ways in which they can, but other ways in which they never should be.

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What doors need to be fire doors?

If you’ve ever remodeled, you may have wondered which doors in your house or commercial building need to be fire doors. Let’s take a look at what fire doors actually are, then how they come into play in commercial buildings and in residential homes.

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What happens when gutters are clogged?

Over time, gutters will get clogged. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have any trees near your roof or even have screens over your gutters. Regardless, they can still get clogged with enough time.

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What roof tends to be lighter?

There are a variety of roofing options out there. And while it’s not as important as it used to be, people still wonder which roofing options tend to be lighter.

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Why is siding so expensive?

The amount of homes with siding is relatively small in Oklahoma. We build homes where the first eight feet from ground level is brick, then there’s a second story or a gable with siding. Smaller, or older houses will have siding sometimes as well.

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Are roof warranties worth it?

Have a warranty on your brand-new roof? Do you really know what that means? Let’s take a look at the manufacturer’s warranty and the labor warranty to see what they’re really worth.

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What are the signs of a bad roof?

Most shingle roofs are supposed to last 25 to 30 years. In Oklahoma, however, that life span can be dramatically shorter.

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The best exterior door for your home

What’s the last thing you probably see when you leave your house in the morning and the first thing you see when you return? Your front door.

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Don’t get stuck paying for your new roof

Can you imagine needing to replace your roof—and then finding out your insurance will only cover $500 of it?
This isn’t just a hypothetical. It actually happened to a Village Roofing client a few years ago. And if you haven’t looked at your insurance in a while, you could be in danger of it happening to you.

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How do shingles work?

The humble shingle is one of the most common roof materials in the United States. It can be seen everywhere from sunny California to the chilly Maine coast, from the baked desert of Arizona to the rainy forests of the Pacific Northwest.

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