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Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring a Roofer

Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring a Roofer

If you’re undertaking roof repair or replacement for the first time, it’s important to do your research and choose a reputable and experienced roofing company. How do you do this? To help you get started, we share with you here three things you should avoid when looking for a roofing contractor. Continue Reading

4 Siding Options Your Contractor Recommends

4 Siding Options Your Contractor Recommends

When it comes to siding, you have many materials to choose from. Whether your tastes run to warm, earth-toned finishes or a more vibrant, contemporary aesthetic; horizontal or vertical siding;  wood, stucco or fiber cement, the siding you choose will certainly impact on the appearance of your home. More importantly, it will affect your home’s… Continue Reading

Quickly Responding to Hail Damage

Quickly Responding to Hail Damage

Hailstorms can cause extreme damage to your property, especially your home. When your roof suffers damage from a storm, you can’t wait for the weather to let up before making repairs. Water entering your home can cause serious and expensive structural damage. The professional roofers from Buford Roofing & Construction are specially trained to locate… Continue Reading

Will Re-Roofing or Roof Replacement Be Better for Your Home?

Will Re-Roofing or Roof Replacement Be Better for Your Home?

If you have to choose between roof replacement or re-roofing, you might be confused and overwhelmed by the decision. Here are some tips from award-winning roofing company Buford Roofing and Construction Inc. to help you decide which option makes the most sense for your home and your budget. Continue Reading

4 Reasons Your Home May Need a Roof Replacement Soon

4 Reasons Your Home May Need a Roof Replacement Soon

If you’re trying to decide between getting your roof repaired or replacing it entirely, this article from our team at Buford Roofing and Construction Inc. will help you make the right choice. If the following statements apply to you, you may be better off investing in roof replacement. Continue Reading

Residential Roofing and the Texas Climate

Residential Roofing and the Texas Climate

As the second largest state in the country, the Texas climate varies from region to region. Generally, however, homes in this state are built to endure a warmer climate. Homeowners generally experience rain and hail during the colder months, while tornadoes are common during the months of April and May. If you have a home… Continue Reading