Homeowners are rarely proactive with their roofing problems. In fact, nearly 100% of the time, people only call the roofers when their roof is already showing signs of leakage. For flat roofs, this could be particularly problematic.
At the turn of the millennium, sheet metals held a measly 3.1% market share in residential roofing. This number jumped to a solid 14% in little over a decade. This increase has been attributed by experts to the growing recognition that metal roofing has earned as a comparatively cheap, highly durable and energy-efficient alternative to traditional asphalt shingles and expensive ceramic tiles. Still, many homeowners are on the fence about… Continue Reading
A roof is made up of various components, which ultimately work together to give your home the best protection against heat, rain and other elements. That is why apart from shingles, you should also look into the individual roofing components that you’ll be using, such as starter strip shingles. These feature a high-quality and well-positioned adhesive that locks your shingles in place and helps reduce the risk of shingle blow-off.
Roofs play a big role when it comes to comfort inside your home. A wrong choice of material can make the rooms either too hot or too cold in certain seasons. If you live in a region that enjoys warmer weather, roofing materials that effectively reflect light and heat back to the atmosphere would be ideal.
If you live in an area which is prone to hail and wind, you may want to check your roof for any signs of damage. When not addressed, roof damage can be hard to repair and result in significant costs.