A sagging roof is a low portion of the roof that sometimes takes the shape of the saddle. This is caused by excessive load like snow, wind and poor roofing materials used during construction. Improper design or assembly of the roof or the wall structures may also cause the roof to sag. An old aged roof is also prone to sagging. In this post, we’ll explain what you need to know about roof sagging.
Whenever the topic of your home’s roofing system is brought up, some homeowners tend to think it’s only made up of two components: the shingles and the roof deck that it’s attached to. However, this isn’t actually the case as there is another vital component that homeowners should never disregard: the soffits. [Read more…]
Inspecting commercial roofs for leaks is often considered a complicated job, but it’s a necessary first step to address the problem correctly. As building owner or manager, it usually helps to have an idea how roof leak inspections are done. This allows you to inform and prepare building occupants for any type of work that may occur. [Read more…]
You know that working with expert roofers can do a lot for you and your home, but what exactly can a roof replacement do for you? According to the 2019 Remodeling Impact Survey carried out by the National Association of REALTORS®, you can expect to get incredible returns on your investment. Just how much are these returns? A 107% payoff to be exact. [Read more…]
Having a damaged roof isn’t something any homeowner wants to deal with, especially if there’s a storm approaching. Therefore, homeowners always scramble to have roofers repair their roofing systems before it even starts raining. Unfortunately, there are some cases when it suddenly rains in the middle of the roofing project, which will often leave homeowners with the question of what happens now.
In this post, Diamond Roofing Specialist, Inc. discusses the consequences of re-roofing in the rain and what the professionals do if it can’t be avoided.
The roof defends your living spaces valuables and family from harsh elements and weather extremes. Given that, it endures a lot throughout the year. Professional maintenance and inspections help keep your roof in good shape.
Replacing an old or damaged roof is a necessary step to continue enjoying shelter from the elements. The problem is roof replacement is a significant expense that homeowners often shy away from. It need not be ridiculously expensive, however, as you can make each penny count by observing certain practices.
What is EPDM and what is it used for? EPDM stands for ethylene propylene diene monomer. In layman’s terms, it is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane commonly used on commercial roofing systems.
Many homeowners like to tinker with their roof, sweeping or blowing off leaves and other debris, sometimes removing snow, and even replacing damaged shingles now and then. Unless you’re a certified roofer, however, that’s probably the extent of what you know about your asphalt shingle roof.