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Can You Still Get Your Home Projects & Roofing Done Amid the COVID-19 Outbreak?
30
March

Can You Still Get Your Home Projects & Roofing Done Amid the COVID-19 Outbreak?

 

If you need new roofing or other repairs and projects completed, our experts have you covered! Leaving repairs unattended can cause further damage to your home and significantly increase the project costs. It is important to address roof issues that you have as soon as practical. Here are a few ways that ERS can ensure everyone’s safety while continuing roof replacements, roof repairs, or projects during the coronavirus outbreak.

PROS & CONS OF DIFFERENT  ROOFING MATERIAL
26
March

PROS & CONS OF DIFFERENT ROOFING MATERIAL

Is it time to think about replacing your roof? Whether your old roof is badly damaged or it’s simply time for a change, an important part of your roof replacement process is to decide what material you’re going to use.

 

Are Roof Inspections REALLY Worth The Time?
04
March

Are Roof Inspections REALLY Worth The Time?

Your roof is more than just the top layer of your home. It’s a complex system designed to protect, insulate and maintain the structure of your home. It’s an important investment, so it only follows that you’ll want to keep it in prime condition for as long as possible. Proper roofing maintenance is an important part of your roof’s upkeep and should never be neglected. 

Why You Don't Need 3 Estimates!
12
February

Why You Don't Need 3 Estimates!

With all of the storm damage we’ve seen in recent years, there’s been a lot of talk around the assumption that you need to have three estimates before hiring a contractor.

We understand this might come from friends and family looking out for your best interests or even your insurance company; assuming that storm damage estimates are like any other estimate done on a house. If you’re looking for a painter, a landscaper, or even someone to do simple tasks, we suggest getting more than one estimate. But when it comes to storm damage repair, it’s not necessary.

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