Changing seasons bring with them their own weather patterns. Winter is frigid, Summer is sweltering and in-between are the inclement seasons of Spring and Fall. Your roof is responsible for protecting you from whatever the seasons may bring and a yearly roof inspection can ensure your continued protection.
By now you're probably aware of roof vents, some you can see on top of the roof spinning, some are more discreet, designed to look like part of the roof, but what you probably don't think when you see them, is their importance to the home below.
Tar and Gravel Roofs, also known as Built-Up Roofs, have been used on flat or low-sloped roofs here in the U.S. for over a century due to their outstanding durability, longevity and energy efficiency. While new roofing materials are regularly making their way onto the market, Tar and Gravel is the ol’ faithful in the myriad of options out there, and for good reason.
Finding the perfect shingle color to enhance your homes siding & features is an important factor in the roofing process. The choice you make can significantly boost the aesthetic of your property, making you the envy of the neighborhood for decades to come.
Adding a new layer of shingles over your already existing shingles can in fact be done, but a roof that is re-shingled is not nearly as strong as a roof that is completely torn off and re-roofed.