A roofing inspection conducted by a roofing professional is an opportunity to understand more about your roof, its condition, and the things that you can do to keep it in its best shape. Roofing and siding contractor M & A Roof Home Improvement shares the questions you should ask your roofer during a roofing inspection.
Investing in a reliable contractor and top-grade materials ensures you have a strong and long-lasting roofing system. GAF is one of the largest manufacturers of high-quality roofing materials. Choosing to work with a factory-certified contractor ensures the efficient installation of your new roof.
With a roof overlay, roofers are unable to determine any issues in the decking that require immediate attention. Without taking down the sheathing, you won’t know if you have sufficient underlayment or water damage.
Over 2,000 storms are causing damage and injuries worldwide at any given time. This is why it’s important to take protective measures for yourself and your home.
Moisture is produced both outdoors and indoors. Even your breathing produces moisture into the air. Too much of it can damage different parts of your home, including the roof.
Not all roof shingles are the same. Some perform better than others or are more economical than others. Some brands make really good quality shingles, while some make “good enough” shingles.
The recent boom in the housing construction industry has caused an increase in the number of roofing companies all around. Unfortunately, for every dozen or so legitimate roofing contractor you find, there are also a few unscrupulous individuals who have taken advantage of the growing demand. The challenge for homeowners now is not how to find service providers, but to separate the good ones from the bad.
When talking about roof damage, the first thing that comes to many homeowners’ minds is water or moisture. It is, after all, the most common threat that many residential roofing systems face. However, it pays to give some attention to an often overlooked source of roof problems: the wind. There are two main types of damage caused by high winds: indirect and direct.