Ventilation vents are an essential yet often overlooked part of a roofing system. Today, we share a quick guide to roof ventilation and how to choose the right one for your home.
If you’ve been exploring roof replacement options, you may have come across the term “reroofing” or the practice of installing a new roof over the old one. While it’s available, you really shouldn’t choose this option. Here’s why.
Not all homeowners are familiar with all the components that make up residential roofing systems. Sure, they probably know what shingles are and can maybe even point out their roof’s flashing, but what about the stuff that’s underneath? One of the most important structural components of your roof is the decking. If it gets damaged, then it is definitely not something that you want to ignore.
Chances are, your roof was built to last. However, this doesn’t mean that once installed, you simply forget about it, and it will take care of itself. When it comes to residential roofing systems, there are a bunch of small things that you, as a homeowner, can do to help it last as long as possible. In today’s blog post, we share three of the more effective ones.