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.
Moss and algae leave unsightly black streaks on the roof that can make it look old and dilapidated. While there are ways to remove them once they have appeared on your roofing system, it’s still better to prevent them from developing in the first place. This is one of those situations where prevention is indeed better than the cure. Let expert roofing contractor M&A Exterior Home Improvement help you get started.