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.
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?
It goes without saying that the roof is the most indispensable component of every type of building, whether it’s a shed, a home or a commercial property. In today’s post, we discuss the reasons why the roof is the most important part of every home.
Asphalt shingles remain the most preferred residential roofing material in the US. It is because this option is cost-effective, attractive and durable. The shingles are embedded with granules during manufacturing for added protection against the sun and the elements.
A new roofing system installed by a skilled professional offers better resistance against weather extremes. Harsh conditions can lift shingles and even blow them off of your roof. Experts suggest getting a roof inspection after a storm because not all signs of damage are apparent unless it has spread.