Before a roofing project begins, home roofing contractors will first measure your roof to determine how much material will be needed. Roofers will often make an allowance, usually an extra 10% to 15%, to account for mistakes, waste and those hard-to-measure portions of your roof, such as the valleys and chimneys.
According to a report by Allied Market Research, the North American roofing market is predicted to reach $47.51 billion by 2025. Its compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is expected to grow by 5.9% from 2018 to 2025. But what are the factors driving this growth?
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.
While hail occurs, it can cause significant damage to the roof. Older roofing systems are even more susceptible to the damaging effects of hail. So, it’s important to understand hail damage and how to identify it.
A common problem with asphalt shingles is blistering shingles. There are two main reasons for blistering asphalt shingles, which often call for home roof repairs.