Asphalt shingles are one of the most popular roof covering materials in North America today. This is largely due to the fact that asphalt shingles are relatively affordable for many homeowners and fairly simple to install for contractors. Throughout their lifespan, asphalt shingles are affected by weathering — or the change of appearance because of long exposure to the air and other elements.… Continue Reading
Roofs are exposed to changing weather patterns all year round, making them susceptible to damage from harsh elements and extreme temperatures. One of the most critical concerns of residential roofing owners is water damage. It is important to know the signs of water damage to minimize costly repairs and maintenance as well as health and safety hazards.… Continue Reading
As you’re getting your roof professionally checked, your residential roofing contractor may point out some issues. Depending on what they find, you might be presented with an option to repair the affected area or go for a full replacement. To know which decision you should make, you need to consider a few factors.… Continue Reading
Asphalt shingle roofs look simple from the outside. But peel back the layers and you’ll see a complex system that protects your home from the elements. Local roofing and siding company M & A Roof Home Improvement share a look at the key components of a typical asphalt shingle roof.
Homeowners choose metal roofing systems for their versatility, energy efficiency and long life span. These features bring about some hidden benefits that you probably won’t read about in advertisements, yet they make having a metal roof even more compelling. In today’s post, local roofing contractor M & A Roof Home Improvement shares the hidden benefits of metal roofs.… Continue Reading