If you need a roof for your home or commercial building, you first need to understand the different roofing options available. Take a look at this overview of some of the most common types of roofs…
A strong, reliable roof is one of the most important parts on your home. You depend on it to keep you and your family protected from the wind, rain, and severe weather, but it can be damaged in a wide variety of ways.
Do you still have a traditional black tar and gravel roof on your commercial building? If so, you are exposing your business to tons of unnecessary costs and risks. Why not switch to a new cool roof system?
When it comes to roofing work, there are always going to be unlicensed handymen offering their services, often at a much lower price than a licensed roofing contractor would quote. However, you always get what you pay for. By hiring a low-cost, unlicensed contractor, you are giving up many of the benefits that come with choosing a licensed roofing contractor, and it may even cost you money in the long run.
Asphalt shingles are not made of asphalt all the way through. Rather, they consist of either a fiberglass or felt paper base coated with a waterproof later of asphalt and topped with ceramic granules. Since its development in the 1980s, the fiberglass base has been the more popular product. It is lighter and less expensive but still lends considerable strength to the roof, as well as additional fire protection.
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