Roofing Tips For Winter

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Winter roofing tips

The leaves continue to fall… heavier winds blow loose branches out of the woods and onto your roof… Now what? Bring the small stuff down to the gutters, then, clear your gutters. And, clear away any larger debris, right away. This is the best in between task you can do to help keep your roof in good condition. Roof rakes … Read More

Skylight Addition during Roof Repairs

Coast Mountain RoofRoof Maintenane, Roof Repair, Roof Styles, Roof Tips

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Have You Considered a Skylight Addition during Roof Repairs With the cool and rainy weather approaching Vancouver’s lower mainland, now is a perfect time to have your roof inspected by an expert from Coast Mountain Roof, particularly if you haven’t had any repairs performed in the last ten years. Should we happen to come across any issue, our skilled team … Read More

Preparing Your Roof For The Cold

Coast Mountain RoofFall Season, Roof Maintenane, Roof Tips, Saving Money

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Back to School Means the Cold Weather is Coming! Now that the kids are headed back to school, it’s time for a lot of homeowners to get back into their regular routine around the house. Usually during this time of year that means getting the house ready for the cooler months by checking to make sure there aren’t any serious … Read More

The Importance of Vacuuming a Flat Roof

Coast Mountain RoofFlat Roofs, Roof Maintenane

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Roof maintenance is one of the best ways to ensure your roof’s longevity. Whether you have a commercial flat roof or residential roof, you need to take care of this essential part of structure to avoid roof damage and costly roof repairs. Prior to repairing or replacing your flat roof, it is vital to have it vacuumed. This will greatly reduce … Read More

How To Tell If Your Asphalt Roof Needs Maintenance

Coast Mountain RoofAsphalt, Roof Maintenane

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Nothing is more important to your house than keeping your roof in good condition. It protects from rain, snow, sun and wind. Repairing and replacing shingles goes with the territory in maintaining your roof. Shingles have a built-in expiration date and installing fresh shingles at the right time will help prevent your roof from developing leaks or other serious problems. … Read More

Year Round Maintenance Tips for Your Roof

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While Vancouver residents miss out on much of the snowfall that most eastern Canadians experience–like those living in Toronto–throughout the year, the rainfall more than makes up for it. Heavy and steady rainfalls, such as those that occur in Vancouver, BC’s Pacific Northwest region, often result in roof damage and leaky basements, so it is imperative that homeowners and business … Read More

Why Should I Be Concerned About Moss on My Roof?

Coast Mountain RoofRoof Maintenane, Roof Repair

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There are a lot of advantage to living in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, but one of the things we do have to contend with is the constant rain and damp. Unfortunately, a constant companion in the temperate rainforest where we live is moss. Green roofs are totally in these days, but you should be concerned about of you see moss … Read More

Four Excellent Tips for Maintaining Your Cedar Shake Roof

Coast Mountain RoofCedar Shake, Roof Maintenane

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If you happen to cover your property with a cedar shake roof, you know firsthand the striking appearance that such a roof gives.  And while a cedar shake roof is great to have, it also requires maintenance. Just the same as shingles, cedar shake roofs expand and contract as the weather temperatures change.  And although this is very normal, you … Read More

Protecting Your Roof From Heavy Rains in Vancouver

Coast Mountain RoofRoof Maintenane, Roof Repair

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With the winter over in Vancouver, there are still a few months of rain in the forecast before the (hopefully) dry beautiful summer. This means that your roof might have to defend your home against a few more substantial downpours. Severe weather can expose your roof’s weak spots and cause leaks In the dry periods between the rain, you should … Read More