Asphalt shingles are expected to last 20 to 30 years and as they get older, they start to show signs of wear and tear. While aged shingles rarely lead to situations that require spending money on emergency roof repair cost, knowing the signs can be helpful when trying to estimate the time your roof has left.
Sheathing, also known as decking, serves as the bed for the other components seen on residential roofing systems. During a roof replacement, it is one of the things that we have to make sure it is in good shape, as the roof’s long-term performance depends on it. Advanced Roofing Inc. gives you an in-depth look at what we look for when we inspect existing roof sheathing.
Asphalt shingles are undoubtedly the most popular roofing material in the country. But have you ever wondered how such a relatively thin material protects your home from the elements? As your trusted roofing installation contractor, Advanced Roofing Inc. gives you an in-depth look at the layers that make up every asphalt shingle.
The underlayment is an often-unseen yet crucial component of today’s residential roofing systems. It is the layer of waterproofing material that protects the roof deck or substrate from water intrusion, in case the outer layer suffers damage. We take a closer look at the kinds of underlayment that you can get for your roof.
The roof plays a major role in the overall curb appeal of your home. When people pass by, one of the things they first notice is the roof. When your roof is getting old, it’s time to think of bolder, new changes.