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COVID-19 Update Vertex Remains Open

COVID-19 Update Vertex Remains Open

In light of the spreading coronavirus, Vertex Roofing is taking further precautions to protect our clients and expert team. To avoid any unnecessary risk of exposure to the virus, our team is checked daily for signs of temperature or illness to be sure they are healthy and ready to work. We have integrated additional hand washing and sanitizers to avoid any issues.

We understand the importance of having a safe, professionally installed roof to protect your home and are committed to providing that within a safe environment.

These safety precautions will continue as long as needed and encourage you to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

We appreciate your business and support!

3 Tips to Choose the Perfect Shingle Color for Your Roof

If you're replacing your roof shingles, choosing the right color to match or contrast with your home's siding and shutter can result in a beautiful exterior decor and promote greater energy efficiency. The main purpose of asphalt shingles is to provide a watertight, wind-resistant seal that protects your roof from rain, wind, snow, and ice damage. But, a secondary purpose of home beautification can add to the style and personality of your proper for many years to come.

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Ice Dam Prevention Can Save You Thousands in Home Repair Costs

Damage from an ice dam can turn into one of the costliest winter roof repair scenarios you are likely to ever see, short of having your roof collapse. Most people don't even know what an ice dam is, let alone the fact that there are some simple ice dam remedies that can save you thousands of dollars in home repairs. Here's a quick look at what causes ice dams, what they are, and what you can do to prevent them.

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New Years Resolutions - Vertex Roofing SLC

New Year's Resolutions for Your Roof

With the temperatures starting to drop outside, many people are starting to gear up for the holidays. This is a time where friends, family members, and loved ones will get together to catch up and enjoy each other's company. At the same time, this is also a time when people start to make their New Year resolutions list. While some of the common resolutions are going to involve diet and exercise, there are also resolutions that can be made regarding homeownership. Some of the best New Year resolutions are going to involve the roof.

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Home Decorated for the Holidays - Vertex Roofing SLC, Utah

4 Holiday Roof Safety Tips for Decorating This Season

It’s that time of year again for making your house look as festive as possible. If you plan on lining your roof with holiday lights or putting an inflatable decoration up there, make sure you’re safe. Doing any kind of task that involves being up on your roof puts you at risk of getting seriously injured. Keep the following roof work safety tips in mind for this holiday season.

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Hanging Christmas Lights - How to Hang Various Types of Christmas Lights on a Shingle Roof

How to Hang Various Types of Christmas Lights on a Shingle Roof

The holiday season is a time for Christmas cheer and many people like to celebrate by adding some roof decorations Christmas. There are many types of house roof Christmas decorations and it is important for everyone to place their safety first when hanging decorations. With so many types of rooftop Christmas decorations, it is important for everyone with a shingle roof to know how to put decorations on the roof.

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Blueprints and Dollars - 5 Ways Your Energy Inefficient Home is Draining Your Wallet

5 Ways Your Energy Inefficient Home is Draining Your Wallet

Energy efficiency has become a trendy topic as Americans look for ways to minimize their carbon footprint. However, the advantages of building or remodeling a home to be more energy efficient are not only environmental but also financial.

An inefficient home could be costing you substantially through your monthly energy bills, in addition to decreasing the comfort level of your living space and your overall quality of life. While each energy inefficient feature alone may have a negligible impact, the negative effects begin to cumulate if your home on the Wasatch Front possesses two or more.

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Storm above a home - 6 Easy Steps to Inspect Your Roof After a Storm

6 Easy Steps to Inspect Your Roof After a Storm

Naturally, storms awe us all with their demonstrations of the overwhelming power of nature — astounding lightning, jarring thunder, intense winds, torrential rains. Yet, after a big storm passes, people tend to forget about it so quickly that it doesn't even occur to them to check for roof damage. That's a serious oversight because roof damage from a storm can put your home's structure, contents, and the occupants living in it at serious risk. So, a roof inspection should be your first priority after a storm.

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