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    • Choosing the Right Commercial Roofing Material

      For most commercial building managers or owners, making decisions regarding their roof is both confusing and a huge hassle. Most building owners don’t have a clue what makes a good roof, and thus ...

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    • 5 Signs Your Flat Roof Needs Maintenance or Repairs

      Most commercial buildings are constructed with flat roofs made of asphalt or metal. These types of roofs often have a shorter lifespan than pitched roofs, which means building owners must be vigilant ...

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    • How the New Tax Code Can Help You Get a New Roof!

      Do you need a new roof over your commercial property ? If so, you’ve probably been dissuaded by the sheer cost of such an endeavor. On top of that, the tax code didn’t even really give business and ...

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    • Top 3 Roofing Tips for Fall

      Fall is here, and with the change in seasons comes additional concerns for your roof. The colder temperature affects your home differently than the weather in summer does, and with the falling leaves ...

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    • 5 Reasons to Schedule Regular Gutter Maintenance

      Gutters : these important roofing components protect your property from dangerous water damage, yet we rarely think about them unless we know there’s something wrong. What many homeowners don’t ...

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    • How to Get Your Roof Ready for the Change in Seasons

      With spring in full swing and summer just around the corner, it’s more important than every to stay on top of home maintenance. One area where the weather can have a huge negative impact on your home ...

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    • Does My Roof Have Dry Rot?

      Dry rot is wood decay brought on by moisture. It’s caused by wood-digesting fungi, which thrive in damp, wet environments. When dry rot occurs, it can cause your roof to become discolored, worn down ...

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    • Top 3 Roofing Tips for Fall

      Fall is here, and with the change in seasons comes additional concerns for your roof. The colder temperature affects your home differently than the weather in summer does, and with the falling leaves ...

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    • Is Warm Weather Hurting My Flat Roof?

      Warm weather: in Colorado, sometimes we don’t get enough of it. Yet thanks to climate change, we now experience a warmer climate year-round. Although this is bad for the environment, you would assume ...

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    • What Are the Best Type of Shingles?

      There are many kinds of shingles out there, and no one size fits all. Figuring out what type of shingles is best for your house depends on a lot of things, from the climate of where you live to your ...

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    • Why Choose a Metal Roof for Your Commercial Building?

      The roof over your commercial building is an integral part of not just your property, but of your entire business. An issue with your roof can cost you money in repair costs, property damages, and ...

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    • 5 Metal Roofing Myths Debunked

      Metal roofing is strong, energy-efficient, and aesthetically pleasing when installed correctly. However, many home and property owners tend to steer clear of the metal option due to some myths that ...

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    • Divine Roofing Named Best Business of 2019!

      At Divine Roofing, Inc. , we’re always extremely proud when our commitment to our customers and their homes is recognized. While we pride ourselves on delivering results and fantastic service to our ...

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    • Divine Roofing Earns Coveted Angie's List Super Service Award!

      We’re extremely proud to announce that Divine Roofing, Inc. has received the Angie’s List Super Service Award for the year 2017! This award is a reflection of excellence in workmanship and a ...

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    • Divine Roofing, Inc. Selected as 2017 Best of Colorado Springs

      Divine Roofing, Inc. is proud to share some exciting new! Our team has been awarded 2017 Best of Colorado Springs Award for Roofing Contractors. This program is sponsored by the Colorado Springs Award ...

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    • Does My Roof Have Dry Rot?

      Dry rot is wood decay brought on by moisture. It’s caused by wood-digesting fungi, which thrive in damp, wet environments. When dry rot occurs, it can cause your roof to become discolored, worn down ...

      Read More
    • Top 3 Roofing Tips for Fall

      Fall is here, and with the change in seasons comes additional concerns for your roof. The colder temperature affects your home differently than the weather in summer does, and with the falling leaves ...

      Read More
    • 5 Reasons to Schedule Regular Gutter Maintenance

      Gutters : these important roofing components protect your property from dangerous water damage, yet we rarely think about them unless we know there’s something wrong. What many homeowners don’t ...

      Read More
    • Does My Roof Have Dry Rot?

      Dry rot is wood decay brought on by moisture. It’s caused by wood-digesting fungi, which thrive in damp, wet environments. When dry rot occurs, it can cause your roof to become discolored, worn down ...

      Read More
    • Top 3 Roofing Tips for Fall

      Fall is here, and with the change in seasons comes additional concerns for your roof. The colder temperature affects your home differently than the weather in summer does, and with the falling leaves ...

      Read More
    • Is Warm Weather Hurting My Flat Roof?

      Warm weather: in Colorado, sometimes we don’t get enough of it. Yet thanks to climate change, we now experience a warmer climate year-round. Although this is bad for the environment, you would assume ...

      Read More
    • Does My Roof Have Dry Rot?

      Dry rot is wood decay brought on by moisture. It’s caused by wood-digesting fungi, which thrive in damp, wet environments. When dry rot occurs, it can cause your roof to become discolored, worn down ...

      Read More
    • What Is Involved in a Residential Roofing Inspection?

      Is your roof looking old or damaged? Are you worried that your shingles may be loose, or that mold is growing on top of your house? If these concerns sound familiar, you may want to hire Divine ...

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    • How to Deal with Your HOA During Roof Repair

      If you live in a community which is run by a homeowners’ association, commonly known as an HOA, it can be difficult to work out the details during roofing repairs. HOAs are notoriously particular when ...

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    • What Are the Best Type of Shingles?

      There are many kinds of shingles out there, and no one size fits all. Figuring out what type of shingles is best for your house depends on a lot of things, from the climate of where you live to your ...

      Read More
    • Common Mistakes People Make When Hanging Holiday Lights

      The holidays are nearly here, and that means it’s only a matter of time before you’re breaking out your holiday house lights to decorate your home and yard with festive cheer that’s colorful, bright, ...

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    • What Are Some Common Roofing Problems?

      In order for residential roofing systems to last several years, even past their original lifespan, it is imperative to have your roof inspected and maintained every year, or after severe inclement ...

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    • Does My Roof Have Dry Rot?

      Dry rot is wood decay brought on by moisture. It’s caused by wood-digesting fungi, which thrive in damp, wet environments. When dry rot occurs, it can cause your roof to become discolored, worn down ...

      Read More
    • Four Common Defects with New Roof Installations

      Let’s face it: installing a new roof is not a small job. It’s one which takes an experienced crew several days of careful work to be done right. As such, it’s actually somewhat common for there to be ...

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    • 4 Things Your Roof Hates

      A solid roof is key to a comfortable and dry home, but many homeowners are unaware of how they can help maintain their roof. Often it’s what you don’t do that makes the biggest difference in making ...

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