Are you familiar with your roof decking? This is the layer of materials found over the rafters and below the felt underlayment beneath your shingles. While being flexible enough to give slightly in heat and high winds and under load, your roof decks must be strong enough to bear the weight of the roofing shingles.[Read more…]
It is certain that your roofing, no matter how well-maintained it is, will deteriorate over time. This is due to many contributing factors which may include extreme weather conditions and other possible elements. Hence, getting a repair or replacement is inevitable. However, when it comes to addressing the issues to your system, when do we realize it’s best to have it replaced rather than fixed?[Read more…]
If you reside in an area where severe storm events frequently occur, then you’re no stranger to the damage that your roof may sustain after a storm passes. But before you pull out the ladder from your garage and inspect the damage to your property, consider these do’s and don’ts tips of roofing after a storm.
A metal roof installation entails strict regulations and a level of standards. The installer needs to have knowledge of basic roofing design concepts and must be able to relate that to their performance. It also requires understanding of why certain fasteners, materials and methods are used. Here are the requirements of a good metal roofing installation: