Roofing ventilation is an important part of sloped roofing systems. Proper ventilation helps protect the roof from damage caused by trapped heat and moisture in the attic. But how exactly does roofing ventilation work?
The hardest part of getting a new roofing system is in choosing the right kind of roofing material, the contractor to install it and securing financing for it. If you’ve done all of this, then all that’s left is preparing your home for installation day.
Blisters on asphalt shingles are not as common as they used to be, thanks to improvements in manufacturing technologies and stricter quality control. However, it doesn’t mean it won’t happen from time to time.
It’s not unusual for homeowners to second-guess their choices after hiring a contractor. The following are the signs that you have hired the right contractor for the job.
Flashing protects valleys, roof edges and other parts of the roof that’s vulnerable to moisture intrusion. But why is it important to ensure that flashing doesn’t fail?