At some point during your roof replacement consultation, your choice of contractor may mention the underlayment. This refers to a thin waterproof material that’s installed between the asphalt shingles and the roof decking. The underlayment serves as a secondary barrier that protects the inner layers of your roof system against water or moisture infiltration. You may be asked to decide on the underlayment for your new roof system, so make sure to read up on your options. Here’s a quick rundown:[Read more…]
Roofing problems are either minor like an isolated roof leak or serious like storm damage. But no issue is quite as severe as a sagging roof. So, what can actually cause this issue? More importantly, what can you do about it?[Read more…]
Believing in misconceptions surrounding commercial roofing systems can be dangerous for some business owners. This is because it can create a false sense of security that can affect your business’ long-term performance and even your daily operations due to costly repairs. Here are some of the common myths surrounding commercial roofing systems.
Homeowners consider their roofing system as one of the most important parts of their home. As such, they’ll go through a lot of effort to ensure that they pick the best materials so that it can protect and perform at its best for the years to come. With so many choices present on the roofing market, why do homeowners tend to stick with asphalt shingles?