When your roof has issues, they need to be addressed properly. Some issues such as small cracks and missing shingles allow water to infiltrate your roof’s inner structure, and if they’re not mitigated immediately, they’ll cause further structural damage to your home and you’ll end up with a more expensive repair job.
Whenever homeowners talk about their roofing system, some tend to think that it’s only composed of three components: the shingles as its exterior, the roof deck to hold your roof up, and the flashing to prevent water from infiltrating your roof and causing leaks. However, while these are all important roofing components, there is another component that you shouldn’t forget about: the underlayment, a water resistant barrier that comes in… Continue Reading
Although the roof is a naturally sturdy structure, the shingles you see from the curb are just one part of a bigger system. Your roof may actually be suffering from disrepair and may even require replacement; you just can’t see it because the critical parts are hidden under the shingles.