Vents are one of the most important aspects of roofing. And for the longest time, traditional vents have been used to control moisture accumulation in your roof and in your home. However, there is a growing trend in building construction that involves unvented roof assemblies. Today’s blog post from commercial roofing services company Hometown Contractors Roofing talks about unvented roof assemblies and what they can do for your property.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. That much can be said during emergencies, especially immediately after a severe storm has hit and damaged your roof. However, emergencies require a solution that’s been well thought out and not just a quick fix. In the case of storm-ravaged roofs, homeowners are often given two options. One is to hire a professional residential roofing company, and the other is to work with a… Continue Reading
The underlayment is the thin membrane that goes onto your roof sheathing before the tiles are installed. Home roofing contractors use these all the time, except on special cases. That’s because the underlayment fulfills a variety of purposes that go toward protecting your roof. We’ve listed some of these here.
Always rely on expert help when it comes to your roof instead of trying to do it all yourself. Skill and training, however, shouldn’t be the only things to consider when it comes to getting a contractor. Hiring locally is the best way to make sure your professional roofing contractors know what you actually need as a homeowner.
Whether you’re doing residential roof replacement or repairs, you should always work with a local roofing contractor to ensure a successful project. To narrow down your choices, Home Contractors Roofing lists the four questions you should ask your prospective roofing contractor.