How to Prevent Damage from Snow and Ice

In Northeast Ohio, we are prone to winter storms and nasty weather before Spring finally hits. Snow and ice can have a significant impact on your roof, siding, and windows. In this blog post, we will discuss the various ways in which snow and ice can damage your home and what you can do to…

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The 9 Things You Should Do for Winter Maintenance

Winter can be tough on a house, especially when it comes to the exterior. Cold temperatures, snow, and ice can all take a toll on your home, causing damage and wear and tear. That’s why it’s important for homeowners to take steps to protect the exterior of their home during the winter months. Here are…

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Why Maintaining Your Roof is So Important

Maintaining your roof is important because it helps to protect your home and everything inside it. Your roof is the first line of defense against the elements, including rain, snow, wind, and hail. It helps to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer, and it helps to prevent leaks and…

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Four Subtle Signs that Your Roof Needs Repair

In roof maintenance, the riskiest thing you could do is to adopt a reactive approach. Performing repairs only when there’s already a major leak or a severe case of missing shingles makes your home easily vulnerable to water damage. Since your roof normally sends subtle signals when there’s a problem, failing to spot hard-to-see red…

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The Top 3 Risks of Putting Off Roof Repairs

As your roof is your home’s first line of defense against various weather-related damage, it’s crucial to have any roofing problems addressed by professionals as soon as possible. Regardless of the severity of the problem, be it a minor leak or major damage, we recommend calling for immediate roof repair. Campo Roof discusses some of the…

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Leaking roof? Do this now!

Catch The Dripping Water Things become particularly challenging if you notice the leak while it’s raining outside. Your first task is to look for the source of the leak, sponge the drywall to remove any pooled water and catch dripping. Use a plywood placed across the drywall, so that the bucket is not directly placed…

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