Deciding whether to fix or replace a broken roof is an interesting conundrum. On the one hand, you can’t save a roof that is beyond repair. On the other, you can’t buy a new one prematurely without wasting money. Until you figure out the best course of action, the structural integrity of house hangs in […]
Inspecting your roof is one of the first things you need to do after a hailstorm. Out of all components of your home’s exterior, it is your roofing system is the easiest to batter down. Whether or not it is covered with impact-resistant materials, your roof is a sitting duck for high-velocity hailstones.
When the time comes that you need to have your roof replaced, there are things that you need to take note of. One of the most important factors that you need to consider is whether or not the new roof is going to meet or exceed building codes and insurance requirements.
Many homeowners think of the metal roofing systems as indestructible given their strength and durability. Like any other roofing material, however, they are subject to performance-related issues, especially those resulting from poor installation or constant exposure to the elements.
Today’s residential roofing systems are built with a waterproofing layer known as underlayment. Roofing manufacturer GAF offers a wide selection of underlayment products that cater to almost every roofing application. Roofing contractor Georgia Roof Advisors explains why underlayment is an essential part of the GAF Lifetime Roofing System. How Underlayment Works Underlayment, also known as roofing felt, […]