Verbal agreements are not the bedrock on which successful roofing projects are built. You and your roofer can’t finalize the details of the job and just shake on it. The agreed points must be in black and white to serve as a basis in case disputes arise later on in the process.
Asphalt shingle roofing is easily the most popular roofing option in the country, but that doesn’t mean that you’re stuck with it. A great alternative to this roofing option is rubber shingle roofing. What is it, and how does this roof replacement alternative compare to its more popular counterpart?
Did you notice that your asphalt shingle roof has a layer of granulated asphalt? Those small bits of asphalt may not seem like much at first glance, but roof replacement experts would tell you that they are actually an important part of a typical asphalt shingle roof. Let’s take a quick look at what these granules are and why they are important.
Roof repair or replacement can significantly affect how your home looks and functions, so it’s normal to feel some level of apprehension when planning one of these projects. What if something goes wrong with the job? What if an accident happens? What if it doesn’t turn out the way you envisioned? These questions and more may be running through your head, preventing you from approaching the project calmly. Fortunately, there is a way to help you achieve of peace of mind: be direct with your roofing contractor.