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Rotted Roof Sheathing and What to Do About It

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Severe Sheathing Damage

For every roof, there is roof decking. This is the very bottom layer of your roofing system. Typically, it is comprised of many 7/16 OSB sheathing boards nailed into the rafter system of the roof. Every roofing contractor should replace rotted or damaged boards when they replace your roof. Unfortunately, many don’t.

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Happy National Roofing Week!

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National Roofing Week Image

Along with the National Roofing Contractors Association, we’d like to wish you a Happy National Roofing Week! 

With roofs always “going over our heads”, it’s easy to take them for granted and forget about them, but they protect EVERYTHING in your space–whether it’s your home, your office, or your school!

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Bundle Your Roof and Gutter Replacements!

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Bundle roof and gutter project
Recent project featuring CertainTeed Landmark in Driftwood and 6″ Seamless Gutters in Cameo

Did you know Artisan Quality Roofing also provides gutter services, and bundle discounts at that!? 

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Introducing Artisan’s Annual Giving Campaign

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At Artisan Quality Roofing, we are thankful for the opportunity to serve homeowners daily. How? By providing roofing and gutter services to keep their homes safe and secure. However, we recognize that not everyone can afford this, let alone necessities like food and shelter. As a local, family-owned business, we want to provide support to everyone in the area–including those without roofs over their heads. We know giving a roof doesn’t make much sense; a house is more than a roof. So we decided to do something else instead.

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3-Tab vs. Architectural: A Quick Run-Down

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Definitions:

3-tab shingles became the standard roofing material in the 1950s. They are single strips of shingles with a single layer of asphalt. They have a flat appearance and have almost a 2-D brick pattern when you see them on a full roof. They got their name from how the shingle pieces are cut into three tabs per shingle (see below). 

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