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  1. Yikes! Investing in your roof is a good decision. It's your protection from the heat of the sun, the cold of the falling rain, and the bitter chill of snow. If you ever decide to change your roof, post some before and after pics so we can see the changes. (:

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  2. I’m itching to fix this mess and turn it into a beauty! =) Yes, fixing is sometimes fun, but it’s still best to avoid this part. Let’s make it a habit to check and inspect our roofing and any part of the house for early detection of any damage.

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  3. I think that this area needs total renovation. From the roof and gutter to the shingles - everything is a mess! Using materials that are highly durable against weathering, such as metal roof, is a must.

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