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New Tamko Heritage Desert Sand Shingles on Phoenix Home

Our roofing crews have been super busy with several homes after all the storms that have been taking place during our busy Monsoon season. Here is a peek at what we did for an Arizona homeowner and their new Tamko Heritage Desert Sand shingle roof. After our inspection and free estimate was accepted, we ordered the materials for delivery and scheduled them for completion, which ...
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What’s Under My Clay Roof Tiles?

If you own a tile roofed home, you may have wondered what it looks like under those tiles, especially if they have been there for some time. In the first image below, we have just removed the existing tiles from this roof and what you see is what is left behind. It's not a pretty site, especially when you realize this is what protects your ...
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Sonoran Mountain Ranch Peoria AZ

Homeowner Updates Curb Appeal By Changing Roof Tiles

Refreshing, well lit and ready to entertain - this Custom Home built by Sunland Development Corporation is in the beautiful community of Sonoran Mountain Ranch in Peoria, Arizona. Many homeowners are changing the whole look to their custom home by changing the color & shape of their roofs tiles. Eagle Tile with 2-layers of G40 underlayment was chosen for this home, as well as custom ...
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New Tile Re-Roof in the Peoria Area

New Tile Re-Roof in Peoria AZ

After receiving a call from this Peoria Arizona homeowner that they might need new underlayment, we set up a free estimate. After our proposal was accepted, we ordered the materials and scheduled them for completion. We then removed the existing tiles and set them aside, we removed all of the existing underlayment and battens. We also removed the old solar on roof. Then we provided ...
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What Homeowners Need To Know About Roofing

We often don't think about the roofs that sit on top of our homes but the average roof needs to be replaced every 20-30 years, depending on the types of materials and the quality of the installation. Because a roof is a large investment, it is important to understand basic roof facts. Here is an infographic that provides an in-depth look at what roofs are ...
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Old Shingle Tile - Roofing Replacement

What’s Included in a Roofing Replacement?

As you shop around to find the right roofer for you and your budget, it is essential to keep in mind what you'll be getting with a professional roofer. Although the costs might seem intimidating, it is well worth it after all is said and done. From tear-out to cleanup, you won't need to worry about a thing. Get a free quote on your roofing ...
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Affordable Roof Replacement

Where Can I Find an Affordable Roof Replacement?

Do you need a roof replacement, but keep putting it off because of the overwhelming costs? You're in the right place! Sunland Development Corporation Roofing Division has partnered with BBVA Compass Bank, GreenSky and Aero Federal Credit Union to provide you with affordable roof replacement services with some of the top financing options available. Whether you are remodeling, selling or solving storm damage, we are ...
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Vines Damage Roof

Can Vines Damage My Roof?

Seeing vines on homes has been a classic style over the decades. However, have you ever thought about how those vines are affecting the home's structure? There are right ways and wrong ways to host vines on your home. We'll go through how vines can damage your roof as well as how you can avoid unnecessary damage. How Can Vines Damage My Roof? The majority ...
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Roofing Felt

What Does Roofing Felt Really Do?

When it comes to roofing felt paper, there is a lot to learn. It can seem small and insignificant. However, there is an essential purpose for the quality and longevity of your roof. The Purpose of Roofing Felt As moisture builds up in your home from cooking, showering in hot water, etc., that moisture and heat rise. It then goes through the material in your ...
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