Four in five homes in the U.S. have asphalt roofs. They look appealing, suit different architectural styles and withstand weather extremes. Your asphalt roof can last longer and perform better with proper maintenance.
Ridge vents, made of metal, run along the roofline and allow hot air to escape from your attic. They also let cool air to get in through the intake vents. They are essential in maintaining healthy moisture levels in homes and buildings. Yet, they do have the potential of leaking.
A roofing system needs all the help it can get if it is to last for as long as possible. This is why we offer TAMKO® roofing accessories designed to improve your roofing system’s performance. These products are applicable to both commercial and residential roofing systems.
Regular roof inspections keep you updated on the general condition of your roof. These checkups can also help you cut back on roof repair costs, provided that roofing issues are detected before they become major problems. Yet, what exactly happens during a roof inspection? Today’s article from your preferred roofing construction company Hometown Contractors Roofing talks about the roofing features that an inspector checks during a roof evaluation.
You need to consider many things when choosing a roofing material, but none is more important than roof pitch. Its abundance (or scarcity) determines your roof’s ability to shed water. It’s what separates sloped roofs from flat ones.