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How Procrastinating on Repairs Can Affect Your Homeowner’s Insurance

The roof repair and replacement contractors at The Construction Group talk about how procrastinating on your roof repair can impact your home insurance policy. We talk about the relationship between your insurance policy and your home repair and break down some things you’ll need to know when you decide to put off getting your roof fixed.

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Top Residential Roof Misconceptions Made by Homeowners

The roofing replacement and repair contractors at The Construction Group talk about some of the biggest misconceptions homeowners can make when it comes to getting ready to replace their Twin Cities roof. We then share how you can avoid them and have a beautiful roof to protect your home for years to come.

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How to Prepare for Your Roof Replacement Project

The roof replacement contractors at The Construction Group discuss what you need to know when getting ready for your roof to be replaced. We discuss some of the things you can expect and what you can do to be ready for our roofing contractors to arrive.

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How the Condition of Your Roof Affects Your Homeowner’s Insurance

The roof repair and replacement contractors at The Construction Group talk about the relationship between your roof and your home insurance policy. We discuss some of the problems with your roof that can affect your homeowner’s insurance and talk about how we can help get your roof in good shape once more.

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Everything You Should Know About Asphalt Roofing Shingles

The roof replacement contractors at The Construction Group talk about some of the most common questions homeowners have when it comes to asphalt roofing. We discuss how asphalt roofing shingles work and talk about our roofing repair and replacement services.

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Why It’s Important to Hire a Contractor that Understands Building Codes

When you’re hiring contractors to handle a home improvement job, you face several important decisions. One of the key considerations to weigh is whether to hire a professional and licensed contracting team or to hire a handyman to try and cut costs. Many homeowners looking to trim their budget by hiring someone under the table end up paying someone without any license or certifications. Too often, these discount contractors have very limited knowledge of building codes.

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What Projects Add the Most Value to Your Home?

With fall just around the corner, it’s the perfect time of year to start thinking about fall home remodeling projects. If you’re looking for home remodeling ideas that significantly add to your home’s value, it can be hard to know where to begin. With all of the fantastic home remodeling programs on streaming video these days, you can get plenty of great ideas from adding skylights to creating a grand entrance.

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Your Roof Replacement Step-By-Step

Winter is finally over, and that means it’s time to start thinking about important home repairs. One of the best ways you can protect your home is by making sure its roof is in great shape. A high-performance roof will work hard to protect your home from storms, mold, and extreme temperatures throughout the year. It can also help lower your heating and cooling costs. But if your roof needs replacement or repair, you might be unsure about what that process means and how it will affect your home and family.

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Why Spring is a Great Time for Roofing Repairs

With the warmer weather finally starting to take over, it’s a great time to start considering your spring repair projects. It’s been a long, cold winter and your roof did its job to protect your home through ice, snow, and sleet. That's why right now is the perfect time to make sure it’s in good shape while the weather is nice.

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How Seamless Gutters Can Save Your Wallet

Have you ever seen a home with dangling or missing gutters? Not only are the damaged gutters an eyesore, but the homeowners are exposing their home to all kinds of water damage. Gutters perform an important function for a home. They move water away from your home so it doesn’t infiltrate your roof and walls or damage your foundation.

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