The granule layer is the outermost layer of typical asphalt shingles. It’s the part that gives the shingles their features, such as color and reflectivity. More than a few homeowners are concerned about granules falling from their roofs, but is it really something about which you should worry?
There are ways that you can make your roof less vulnerable to wind and hail damage. Tri-County Contracting shares some of the things that you can do to minimize roofing damage.
Homeowners are often on the fence about whether they need a full roof replacement or just a simple repair job. On the one hand, repairs are definitely the cheaper of the two and, with a reliable contractor, can already resolve a number of problems you may have on your roof. However, there will come a …
When it comes to roofing systems, most homeowners only consider the most prominent elements. However, there are other important parts to an assembly than just its shakes or shingles. Your roof’s soffit and fascia both play a role in keeping your home protected from the elements, although they are rarely serviced, if at all.