If you choose to do your own roofing project, it's important for you to know what to expect and how to stay safe while working on the roof. There are a lot of different components to a roofing system and since your roof is the first line of defense against weather events, natural disasters, and fluctuating temperatures, it's crucial that it is installed correctly.
Below you'll find links to safety information, tips, and tricks for installation, how to measure a roof, and materials you'll need. Use these resources before starting your roofing project.
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