Most homeowners don’t realize just how big of an impact humidity can have on their residential roofing systems. After all, water is your roof’s natural enemy, and humidity is the concentration of water vapor that is present in the air. Needless to say, too much humidity is bad news for your roof. Here’s how too much humidity can negatively affect the roof over your head.
Having trouble narrowing down your list of contractors? If you are, we recommend asking a prospective contractor a few good questions. This way, you’ll be able to tell if they are really worth your time and resources as you work on your next roofing project.
Not all roofs last forever. Proper maintenance can extend their lifespan, but many homeowners tend to skip this vital step. As a result, they neglect to fix roofing problems in their infancy and end up paying more to fix a larger problem.
When investing in a roof project, especially if it’s commercial roof installation, you’ll want to make sure every base is covered. This includes the work process itself, which is not only loud, but messy as well. It’s this mess you’ll want to deal with promptly because it can lead to indoor air quality (IAQ) problems. Here’s how to combat this problem.