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Window Condensation and Its Remedies

Every winter, homeowners have to battle with the problems of condensation on their windows. This condensation usually leads to pooling of water inside your home and will often reduce the windows’ value.  This is because it leads to wood rot, molding and damage to the plaster. It is vital for homeowners to understand this problem; its causes and how it can be prevented.

condensation on windowHow Condensation Occurs

Condensation on your home windows occurs when warm, moist air inside comes in contact with the cold, dry air from outside. The problem is therefore not with your windows; they only highlight the issue since glass surfaces tend to have a lower temperature than other surfaces in your home. That said, it does not automatically mean that it is supposed to happen. Double or triple pane windows have a layer of gas between the glass panels which prevents this issue. If the seal in your windows is broken, the gas may escape thus making condensation on the windows more likely.

Steps to Reduce Condensation

Seal inner Windows

You should make sure that your inner windows are properly sealed. If not, the moist air will eventually escape to the outer storm window and condense. Sash locks that are firmly latched should be used to close windows tightly. You may use plastic film kits on troublesome windows to increase comfort.

ceiling fanCirculate the Air

Circulating the air in your home can be helpful in reducing condensation. A ceiling fan is perfect for doing this. During winter, you will need the fan to rotate in a clockwise direction to push warm air from the ceiling and back to the floor

Check that warm Air is Reaching Your Windows

Make sure that adequate warm air is reaching your windows. Remove any obstacles such as furniture that is blocking warm air registers. You should occasionally open your blinds and shades. While closing blinds and drapes is a good way to save energy, it may worsen condensation problems since it cuts off the flow of warm air to the windows.

Open Your Windows

If the weather outside is not too cold, you can open your windows to free some of the warm, moist air trapped in your house.

Install Storm Windows

During winter, consider using storm windows to help reduce condensation to your interior windows. The space that is between the two windows will allow the interior window to stay warmer thus prevent condensation.

Turn Down the Humidifier

If you are using a humidifier, you can try to turn it down. Less moisture released into the air means less likelihood of occurrence of condensation.

Move Your Plants

Plants will naturally release moisture into the air. It follows that plants near your window will release moisture that is likely to condense on your windows. Moving plants to a different place away from your window helps to reduce condensation on the windows.


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Why There is Mold on Your Roof

If you live in areas exposed to periodically damp cool weather conditions, chances are that you have seen various molds, algae, fungus and lichen growing on your roof.  That fuzzy brown or green fungal growth, or worse, a slick film on the edge of the roof tiles is an almost sure indication that mold has invaded your roof and it requires immediate attention.

old roof with mold and lichen growth

Shaded areas increase the chance of mold growth. Exposure to direct sunlight has an influence on mold growth, the more your roof is exposed to the sun, the less likely that moss and lichens will thrive. Combining shade and cool moist conditions, give the ideal condition for moss or lichen growth on a roof surface.

All About Mold

The mold in your roof is actually an algae-like bacteria with a scientific name of gloeocapsa magma. Gloeocapsa magma feeds on limestone and moisture present in your asphalt shingles. Modern asphalt shingles contain limestone as a filler material.

Mold spores travel in the air but require just the right conditions to thrive. Roofs exposed to little or no direct sunlight, collect debris and have no proper drainage will provide these ideal conditions for mold development. Other conditions that create a nice, moist environment for mold spores to grow include an undiscovered roof leak, water draining into the foundation and debris gathering in a roof corner.

If mold is permitted to persist on the roof surface, it will create ugly stains or black streaks. Mold on the roof surface is usually not a catastrophic problem but it does reduce your home’s curb appeal and makes it look older.

Harmful Effects of Mold Growth on Your Roof

  • Mold and fungus growth are a health risk to those living inside the house
  • It weakens the structural integrity of the entire home
  • Mold damages and speeds up the wear of your shingles and thus drastically reduce the lifespan of your roof which in turn means you spend more on your roof than you should.

How to Prevent Mold Growth on Your Roof

  • Ensure that you have the proper ventilation necessary for your home, complete with ridge vents.
  • Clean your roof. Ensure that you keep debris off your roof to reduce the chances of mold growth.
  • If you live in humid environments, you might consider replacing your roof made of asphalt shingles or wood shingles/shakes with a roofing material that is better suited to resist moisture such as a metal roof or the new algae-resistant asphalt shingles
  • You can install zinc or copper strips near the ridge of your home. Rainwater will collect ions from the metals strips which helps to keep mold from growing


Ultimately, taking care of your roof and maintaining it will go a long way in preventing mold development. It will, in the long run, prolong the life of your roof. You should also perform regular inspections to know if mold has gotten a foothold on your roof. You may consider having a professional take a look at the roof annually.


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All You Should Know About Tesla’s Solar Shingles

There is a general feeling that we should be moving towards renewable energy. Solar provides a clean, reliable and highly available source of renewable energy. One way homeowners could effectively harvest energy from the sun is to install solar panels on top of their own roofs. Unfortunately, these solar panels don’t score well in the looks department. As a result, many homeowners will skip the idea of installing these units. Their bulky appearance is too much for them. Enter Tesla Solar Roof.

solar shingles from TeslaIn 2016, Tesla unveiled its new solar roof tiles that are actually functional solar panels. The company has been working on this product for some time and it features textured glass tiles integrated with solar cells. The tiles are actually aesthetically pleasing; you could call them sexy. They mimic the look of high-end roofing materials such as slate and clay shingles.

The tiles come in four flavors Textured Glass, Slate Glass, Tuscan Glass and Smooth Glass. The good thing about these tiles is that they blend in perfectly and one could even be fooled into thinking there is no solar paneling on the roof at all.



Pros of Choosing Tesla’s Solar Tiles

  • Tesla knows that looks do matter and took their time to design a gorgeous looking product.
  • These new solar roof tiles are apparently as durable as asphalt shingles. They can be walked on and stand up to the elements as well as other comparable roofing materials. The toughness of the glass used in their construction makes them resilient. They will thus theoretically be able to withstand damage from hail or even debris such as fallen tree branches.
  • These tiles could potentially save you the money you use to pay for electricity from the grid. The solar shingles can come with a Powerwall 2 home battery that you use to store solar energy during the day to power your home at night.
  • Environmentally friendly. Solar is a clean energy source. The new solar shingles ensure that homeowners use an energy source that is sustainable and environment-friendly.


  • Perhaps the most important consideration everyone is thinking about is the cost. Sola tiles are expensive to Elon Musk, CEO of Teslamanufacture and install, making roof replacement to Tesla’s option quite a costly affair. Musk, the CEO of Tesla was vague when pressed about the price tag of the solar tiles system. If you are thinking of installing the new solar tiles roof just because you will save on your monthly energy bill, you might want to re-do your math again.
  • While this is a promising system, it is relatively new. It, therefore, has not been tried and tested and there are unforeseen issues that will occur with the product. While there is no problem in being an early adopter in the tech industry, you do not want to be in a position where you are the lab rat for an untested product. You will be the unfortunate customer that will have to deal with unforeseen problems with the solar tiles. All these make the new Solar tiles by Tesla a risky investment.

Making the Best Choice

If you live in a high-income area with inflated energy costs and lots of sunlight, opting for Tesla Solar Shingles may make sense. If not, solar panels are the obvious choice for those who want to invest in solar energy to save money. Lastly, if you just want to save money on your utility bills without making a significant investment, consider a new, better-insulated roof.


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What You Need to Know About Insurance and Your Roof

illustration of home insuranceYour roof represents one of the most expensive investments you will ever have to make. It follows that it is important for you to have a homeowner’s insurance policy. Roofing insurance is part of your homeowners’ insurance and covers your roof in cases where it is damaged to the point that it needs major repair or even replacement. Such a policy could save you thousands of dollars in case of a disaster such as a storm or a tornado.

Nevertheless, you should be aware that in certain situations, roof repair costs are not covered by the insurance policy, you will have to pay for them yourself. It is important to take a closer look at your homeowner’s insurance policy. The quickest and easiest way to know what is covered and what is not is to contact your insurance provider. Below is a rundown of roof repair costs that are typically covered by insurance and those that are not.

What Is Covered?

Insurance will generally cover for roof damage that occurred outside the control of the homeowner. Such situations include fire, vandalism, riots, explosions, aircraft (yes, you read it right, aircraft) and smoke. Damage resulting from extreme weather conditions, famously known as ‘acts of God’ is also covered. These include lightning, tornadoes, intense wind or rain, hurricanes, and hail.

It is recommended you schedule a policy review with your insurance company every once a year so that you keep up to date with your coverage and policy limits.

Policy Exclusions

If the damage was due to an unavoidable event, you are usually covered, but when it comes to avoidable events, the lines start to become a bit blurry. All insurance companies will exclude certain items and repairs to protect themselves. The trouble with these exclusions is that they are not quite so cut and dry. To complicate things even further, different insurance companies will handle these exclusions differently. We recommend a thorough review of your policy to know specific details about these exclusions. Some of the exclusions include:

badly damaged roofImproper Maintenance or Negligence

The most common restriction occurs when the insurance company determines that the damage sustained on the roof could have been prevented by proper maintenance. Additionally, hazard insurance does not cover damages resulting from your own negligence.

Even in situations where the policy covers most natural disasters, your claim may be declined if it is determined that there are aspects of your roof which made it vulnerable to damage.

Age of Roof

Age has an impact on your insurance coverage. If your insurance policy specifies ACV (Actual Cash Value), they will only reimburse you the depreciated value of an old roof rather than the Replacement Value. Some policies may also refuse claims considered as “cosmetic damage” such as scrapes and dents.

Roof Materials

Certain types of roofing materials are ineligible for insurance coverage. These include slate, recycled shakes and other “green” materials because of the extra maintenance cost. Check your policy before installing a new roof to ensure that you are covered.

Maintain close contact with your insurance agent and with your roofing contractor for a smooth and stress-free experience in case you ever need to make an insurance claim for your roof.


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Roof Repairs on Rented Property

Renting a house, as opposed to owning it may in some cases offer some attractive benefits. This is true for both homes and business. All the responsibilities associated with ownership are to some extent alleviated, and you can enjoy the luxury of a landlord whose work is to take care of the property. That said, the line between a landlord’s responsibility and that of the tenant when it comes to maintaining the property is a blurry one. Your rental agreement may offer some way forward but in emergency cases such as when the roofing needs immediate replacing, you may wonder what action you should take to get the work completed as soon as possible.

contractor performing repairs on a roofShould I Do it Myself?

No, you should not. Roof damage is classed under structural damage, which means that for a rental property, roofing repair is not a do-it-yourself work. This approach is ruled out by liability issues, questions of ownership, building codes and the possibility of further damage. Your landlord will be responsible for hiring and paying a roofing contractor to repair or replace your damaged roof.

What Can You Do?

In a rental property, unless you agree otherwise with your landlord, you will be required to keep nonstructural elements of your rented space in good shape. Cleaning and repair of carpets, wall coverings, lighting, bathroom and kitchen fixtures are the responsibility of the tenant. The roof, building shell, foundation, ventilation system and electrical wiring are examples of structural aspects of your building. Most landlords will not want tenants making decisions concerning such structural elements. This means that roof repair is up to the landlord.

Categories of Repair

All repairs in a rental property may be classed in two ways:

Habitual or Essential Services

These are repairs requiring immediate attention for the property to be habitable. Roof repairs and issues fall into this category. If hail destroyed your roof, the repair to it should be essential and thus the landlord is expected to act immediately to restore your roof.

Cosmetic Issues

These are minor and superficial damage or problems to the property that do not generally affect the property so far as to make it inhabitable.

two people talking over coffeeCommunication is Essential

Your landlord is not always around to notice any potential problem that might develop with your roof. You, on the other hand, can easily spot such issues. At the first instance of noticing a problem on your roof, notify your landlord immediately. Clearly communicate what the problem is and leave the next course of action to him/her.


You should be flexible enough to accommodate the landlord’s and the Frisco roofing contractor’s needs. The contractor will obviously need access to the house and your help here is crucial. Show the roofer the leaky or damaged areas of your roof for them to promptly begin the work


In many cases, the roofing contractor may be able to complete the repair work without disrupting the normal flow of life and business. If this is the case, you as a renter may schedule the work during the normal working hours.

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The 5 Reasons Why Your Roof Repair Service Costs May Vary

If you call a roof repair service, you will more than likely be unable to deal with a roofing problem on your own. It could be damage from a branch that has fallen, or you may have a leak that has developed over time. There are many reasons that you may need to call one of these professionals. There are also many reasons why the cost may vary considerably per job, and even between different roofing professionals. Let’s look at five reasons why a roof repair service will charge different prices for the services that they offer.

  • More Damage Than Expected

The first reason that roofing cost can be much higher than quoted is that the damage to the roof could be considerably more than anticipated. For instance, you may have thought that it was merely a problem with shingles that have blown off, but there was actual damage to the plywood beneath. They would have to replace the plywood, something that could add more money to the total cost of the project including the cost of materials and labor.

  • The Quoted Price Was Incorrect

There are always mistakes that can happen when you are getting a quote from one of these companies. For example, they may quote you a price that is much lower than they can do the job for. It may have been a new person on the phone, or they may have misheard you when compiling your initial quote. There are always reasons, and they will likely provide a reasonable explanation for the much higher price.

  • Takes Longer Than Expected

If you are working with a company that is going to provide you with an exact quote on the total cost of a job, regardless of how long it takes, you won’t have to worry about the price going up. However, if they charge per hour, they will probably give you a rough estimate as to how much it is going to cost. Therefore, if it does take an hour longer, it’s going to cost you more money, and that may not be the fault of the professionals.

  • Materials Needed Are More Expensive Than Quoted

The materials that you need for this particular project may be much higher than initially quoted. They may not have known what type of materials were required when they quoted you a price over the phone. Therefore, there is always the possibility that the materials are going to cost more once they finally purchase them. This is a reasonable reason for a higher price from one of these roofing repair services.

  • Additional Repairs Need To Be Done

Finally, there might be additional repairs that need to be performed. This is unlike the first reason where there is more damage than they initially thought. This is work that will help improve the condition of your roof, preventing the same type of problem from happening in different areas. They can save you a lot of money by improving your roof in specific areas.

roof repair service Frisco TXThese are the five reasons that most people will get a much higher cost for the roofing project after getting a quotation. There is typically a reasonable explanation for why these costs are so much higher. If you have any questions, you can always ask them to itemize, and they will provide you with a detailed account of what they must do and how much the new price is going to be.

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Top Questions To Ask Prior to Hiring a Roofing Contractor

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Finding the right roofing contractor is an essential thing to do. Afterall, your roof is one of the most important aspects of your home. Finding a roofing contractor in Frisco that you trust to handle the job is a fundamental decision to undertake to ensure that you can get the best possible work done on it. Below, we will be going over some of the top 10 questions to ask before hiring a roofing contractor.

Top 7 Questions To Ask:

1. Do You Have Insurance?

This should be one of the very first questions that you ask when it comes to identifying the right roofing contractor to hire because you want to be sure that the contractor you do end up hiring has the right kind of insurance to handle the job without putting you at risk. Workers’ compensation is something that will protect you (the homeowner) if the roofing company’s employee gets hurt or injured while working on your home. Otherwise, you would be exposed and could be forced to pay any damages or penalties that might occur while working on your property. That is why hiring a company with the right kind of insurance is so essential for a homeowner. Not only does it help to protect the company, but it protects you as a homeowner as well.

2. Should You Use Subcontractors?

A crucial thing that you are going to want to find out before making your hiring decision is whether or not the company uses subcontractors to handle any of the work that they do. You want to be sure that you know who is going to be working on your roof. If they use subcontractors, you would want to ask them the same questions.

3. License.

You want to be sure that the company you end up hiring has a required license from the state. Since licensing requirements vary from state to state, you will need to look up your own state’s requirements to ensure that they have the proper licensing to protect yourself.

4. Do You Have Homeowner References?

Another important thing that you will want to do is try to make sure that you are hiring a company with a proper amount of positive references that they can provide you. Ideally, you want to get these recommendations to reinforce that you are making the right hiring decision.

5. Do You Provide a Warranty?

You need to ask a roofing contractor whether or not they are willing and able to provide any warranty for the parts and work they offer.

6. What Is Your Full Company Name?

You should also research the company through the Better Business Bureau’s website to ensure they have no outstanding complaints filed against them.

7. Ask For a Quote.

You will need to ask for a quote to get a good idea of what you can expect to pay if you choose them.

By asking the questions above, you should be able to identify which roofing contractor to hire.

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Common Types Of Exclusions Involved In Roof Insurance Policies

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There are a variety of exclusions involved in roof insurance and homeowner’s policies which do not cover certain areas of the home. The roof exclusions happen to be one of the more common types of exclusions. Here is a list of the roof exclusions you need to be aware of before you take out a policy.

  • Roof Replacement Policy Exclusion

Replacing your roof will not be covered by homeowners insurance. Even though roof repairs are covered for circumstances such as leaks, the replacement of a full-roof will be something you will need to pay out of your own pocket.

  • Roof Age Policy Exclusion

The age of your roof along with the layering will determine if coverage will apply. Old roofs which are 10 to 20 years old are usually not covered. Reasons behind not covering the older roofs can be compared to offering health insurance to an individual who is already sickly. There are various risks involves and virtually no hope for any profits for extending this type of policy.

  • Avoidable Damage And Improper Maintenance Policy Exclusions

Even though the majority of the roof insurance based policies will cover any damage that is caused by fire, tornadoes, hurricanes, and vandalism, some exceptions will apply when it comes to events that are avoidable. For instance, if the homeowner has failed to maintain their roof correctly or has failed to stop damages that were avoidable, the coverage falls away.

  • Roof Repairs Policy Exclusion

The repairs in regards to roof defects are in most cases covered by your insurance policy, provided that the repairs will be conducted with parts and materials that hold the same monetary value as the ones that are already present inside the roof. If you choose to make use of a better quality material or materials that are more expensive, than the existing one on your roof, you will need to cover these costs out-of-pocket.

  • Examine The Material

You need to read over your insurance policy very carefully for the language that will void coverage in regards to specific types of roofing materials. Most of the policies have been written in such a way that they will only cover the roofs that have been made out of a specific material. For example, the insurers will usually not cover material types such as cedar shakes or durable slate as this material is more prone to breaks or damages. Also, the roof insurers will also not provide coverage for roofing materials that are costly to repair or hard to find.

In addition, a few of the latest roofing materials will also not be covered by roofing insurance policies. Even though the latest “green” and environmentally friendly roof materials may be beneficial to our environment, most of the insurance companies don’t extend coverage if these are used in a roof repair or installation. This is because the roofing insurers are more comfortable with working with the materials that they know about and are more familiar with.

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Customers Choice – Popular GAF Product Selections

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There is a company by the name of GAF that is extremely popular when it comes to obtaining roofing materials. It is the largest business in North America that manufactures residential and commercial roofing products. They have had nearly $3 billion in sales, and they always provide excellent quality with all of the products that they create. Here is a quick overview of the many popular GAF product selections that customers will purchase from this business.

  • Residential Roofing Products

Several products are offered by this company related to residential roofing. First of all, they have the very popular Lifetime Roofing System. This will include one of their more popular items which is called Timberline Shingles. They also have designer shingles that you may want to consider. The components associated with this Lifetime Roofing System include starter strip shingles, leak barriers, roof deck protection, and attic ventilation systems. They also have a multitude of other products such as fiber cement siding, low slope roofing membranes, and insulation panels that can help lower the amount of heat lost out of your home daily. There are some contractors; however, that will not be working on residential homes at all. They will be focused solely on commercial roofing projects. They have many roofing products designed just for commercial buildings, many of which you can use on the jobs that you are doing.

  • Commercial Roofing Products

The commercial roofing products that you will have access to will include asphaltic accessories, insulation, primers, sealants, and modified bitumen roofing options. They also have professional resources available for commercial property owners, architects, and property managers. You can sift through the many different commercial roofing products that they have available which will include various systems and accessories. This could include insulation cover boards, liquid applied membranes, and built up roofing systems.

How Do You Get Access To These Products?

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You can get access to all of these products by doing a couple of different things. First of all, you will be able to find them at local stores. Second, you can go to their main website to learn more about the products that they have and where they are available. Since they are the largest manufacturer of these products, it is likely that you will find them in the largest cities, and even small communities. Whether you are working on a large residential project, or a commercial project, there will always be a business that will have some of these products available.

As you look through the many different GAF products that are available, you will quickly find a few that will be exactly what you need. If you are a contractor, or if you are someone that is going to do your own home, you will have no problem locating every product that you can use for your residential or commercial jobs. Whether you are doing a roofing project that is simple or one that is extremely complex, you can always count on the products that GAF to provide you with the quality and longevity that you need.

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Regular Roof Inspections Help Prevent Roof Damage

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A home’s roof is one of its most essential features. When a roof gets damaged, it is important to make repairs as soon as possible. There are many causes of roof damage including hail, wind, sun, and simple wear and tear over time. If roof damage is not repaired, a homeowner’s costs can quickly escalate.It is important to schedule an annual roof inspection to assess any damage to your roof. A professional roofer can evaluate your roof and identify any hidden damage. They will then provide you with recommended solutions. Proper maintenance is one of the best ways to prevent damage to your roof.

There are many causes of roof damage, but scheduling an annual inspection can help identify early damage so you can get it repaired. A professional roofer can tell you when you’ll need to pay for significant repairs and when all it will take to correct the issue is a little sealant.

All roofing materials will eventually deteriorate. Weather is usually the culprit, although even the best roofing materials experience wear and tear. The most durable types of roof materials are slate and clay. When your roof is constructed of these materials, it may last for decades. Asphalt shingles, on the other hand, can deteriorate in a few years.

Poor maintenance is one the prime causes of roof damage. Regular roof inspections help identify problems in the early stages so they can be addressed and help prevent high repair costs. Routine inspections can also help extend the life of a roof.

Another primary cause of roof damage is hail. Asphalt-shingled roofs are especially susceptible to damage from hail storms. Hail can dislodge the small granules on the surface of asphalt shingles. These granules help protect the surface of the roof from sun exposure and keep water from damaging the roof.

When asphalt shingles begin to deteriorate, the sun’s UV rays can quickly cause damage to the underlying surface of the roof. If your roof has been exposed to a hail storm, it is a good idea to have it inspected as quickly as possible.

Another common cause of roof damage is high winds. With time, wind can loosen shingles, nails, and the flashing on a roof. When shingles or flashing are loose, rain can get under the shingles and cause severe structural damage to a home.

Regular Roof Inspections Frisco TXIf shingles or roof tiles are not correctly installed, they can fail, and your roof can be damaged. Professional roofers are experienced in installing all types of roofs and will provide a guarantee in case the work isn’t done correctly. When a professional roofer installs a roof, it is guaranteed with a manufacturer’s warranty. Before agreeing to have any work performed on your roof, be sure you are hiring a professional roofing company.

Identifying hidden roof damage is important so it can be repaired before it causes significant and expensive issues with your roof. Schedule a routine roof inspection at least once a year to ensure all problems are identified as early as possible.

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