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Winterize - Cox Roofing

With winter approaching and another difficult winter forecasted for this year, you should be thinking about whether or not your roof is ready for the season.  Though your sweaters and boots may be prepared for snow, the shingles and construction above your head may not be able to handle the precipitation. A New Roof or…

Signs That Your Roof Needs Repair - Cox Roofing

Already discusses is how the web – and the Cloud – can help contractors and customers and make the entire roofing process easier.  For smartphone and tablet use, there are a number of apps that can be invaluable to roofing experts both on and off of the job. Keep Everyone Happy (and Increase Productivity) There is…

Cox Roofing - Hurricane Prep

Hurricane season is upon us, which means that you want to have a sturdy roof over your head before the winds and the rain become too much for your home to handle.  Even newer roofs can have difficulty standing up against these tremendous storms, so make sure to have yours inspected and prepped beforehand to…

Green Roofing - Cox Roofing

A “green roof,” also known as an “eco roof,” refers to a roof that is physically green due to plants and other vegetation being grown on top of it.  It is not an all-encompassing term for efficient or environmentally-friendly roofs, though the introduction of this foliage does help to achieve that goal. The Not-So Secret…

October Model Home Search

Cox Roofing’s October model home search is underway! We are looking for ONE model home to showcase in our print and online marketing for the month of October. Have your home be our model home for the month and you’ll get your roof at cost. So, not only will you get our quality craftsmanship on your…

Cox Roofing Is HomeAdvisor Certified

Cox Roofing are not only the commercial and residential roofing experts in Maryland, but are also rated highly and certified by HomeAdvisor.  HomeAdvisor connects hundreds of people with the company that best matches their needs, examining each business with scrutiny to identify the best of the best.  Their ProFinder system makes sure to assess individual demands to…

Torchdown Roof - Cox Roofing

Depending on the pitch of the roof and the desires of the homeowner, there are a number of choices for the material that will cover the roof.  One less-common variety, though practical for flat roofs, is torch down roofing, also called rubberized asphalt.  Highly debated and potentially dangerous, this process has pros, cons, and a…

Roofing Safety Ensures Everyone Is Happy

In order to ensure a successful and, most importantly, safe workspace, companies need to devote time and resources to providing the right equipment, training, and information.  If workers do not have these, then the chance that there will be an accident is much, much higher. Benefits of Preparedness Outweigh Potential Cost Despite the clear need…

Roof Structure - Cox Roofing

The idea behind a roof is simple; it covers and protects the house from damage, from the weather and other factors, and directs water from the home and away toward the ground so there is no lasting damage.  There is a little more to the process, though, and to the specifics that make roofs what…

Prevent Roof Damage This Winter - Cox Roofing

The fall marks a season of change, with leaves in different colors ending up in piles all over the place.  The weather cools, wardrobes shift to accommodate, and cars are often prepped to prepare for the oncoming cold and possible snow.  Roofing is highly vulnerable to the winter as it approaches and isn’t always considered during…

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