The installation of a new roof is bound to create some debris. That’s why contractors usually take steps to minimize the mess the work leaves behind. However, you can also take a few measures to reduce the amount of cleanup you’ll have to do post-installation .
Blister formation is a common problem on asphalt shingles. Rogers Roofing discusses its causes and the things that you and your roofer can do to minimize this issue.
Roof replacement is a complicated process. While not everyone is expected to know every small detail, being familiar with the process lets you appreciate the amount of work it takes to install a roof. It also lets you anticipate and prepare for potential problems. Here an overview of what goes on during a typical roofing replacement project.
Thanks to modern manufacturing technologies, homeowners have the latitude to choose virtually any asphalt shingle color that works with their home. For some, however, the sheer number of choices can be daunting. Roofing and replacement windows experts at Rogers Roofing offer some guidance by providing a list of the things you should consider when choosing your roof color.
Manufacturers offer different warranties. Some cover the materials only while others include the workmanship. Some are transferable, and others apply only to the current homeowner/original purchaser of the roof and warranty. Whatever these differences are, roofing warranties can get voided. Rogers Roofing shares the things you should avoid to ensure coverage when you need it.
There may come a time when you will have to make a choice between extending your roof’s life through repairs and starting afresh with a new roofing system. Rogers Roofing shares some insights into choosing between roof repairs and replacement.
Finding the source of a roof leak can be difficult if you don’t know where to start, especially when you consider that leaks rarely flow in a straight line. In this blog, Rogers Roofing shares a list of the places where roofing leaks are likely to develop.
Choosing a new roof for your home goes beyond just the color, material or style. Certain types of roofing systems tend to be more effective in certain climates, and so, they’re more effective in protecting your home from the elements. Rogers Roofing shares some tips on choosing the right roofing material for your home.
Every roofing system needs ventilation to regulate air from flowing into and out of the house. Although quality roofs do not absorb heat from the sun, they can still get warm enough to cause shingle damage and deterioration. Fortunately, proper ventilation can stop roof damage from occurring prematurely.
Whether your home has recently been hit by a tornado or wind-, hail- or snowstorm, the period after the weather clears is often the most crucial. To ensure that your home’s recovery is as painless as possible, you should take the time to familiarize yourself with the insurance process. This includes diagnosis of the damage, the filing of claims and making repairs.