Asphalt shingles are the most popular for roof installation in the U.S. Find out why they are and what makes them the perfect choice.
With so many shingles on the market it can get overwhelming as to what each one does. Or which is the best to fit your needs. Today we talk about each type of shingle and what its properties are to help guide you to the best decision for your roof.
Choosing the right color of shingles for your home is one of the big decisions of installing a new roof. This decision will affect the appearance of your home, maintenance costs, and the overall value of your property. Because of this, you want the color and material of your roof to blend in with the architecture of your home, your neighborhood, and its natural surroundings. Here are some tips.
The most damage done to roofs during storms is wind damage. Wind can pull up shingles, while rain seeps in underneath. Even hail can cause damage when it puts small dents and holes into your roof. Lucky for you, your roof is tough and can make it through most storms just fine. However, that one storm can cause some damage. When that happens, you want to get on top of repairing it quickly to prevent any further, more costly issues. Check for the signs of roof damage after big storms by checking for these issues.