Investing in a new asphalt shingle roof doesn’t only change the look of your home’s exterior, but also protects your family and your belongings from the elements associated with the local climate. It does so through its numerous components that complement each other, making the sum of all parts greater than the whole. With all of these parts working together, you get a complete roof system that is both durable and long lasting.… Continue Reading
Long exposure to the scorching heat of the sun, heavy rainfalls, sharp-hitting hailstones and other severe weather elements may cause some problems for your roof. One of them is roof blistering – an issue that often occurs in asphalt shingles or built up roofing (BUR). Many experienced roofing contractors are not unfamiliar with roof blisters and will recommend that you watch out for signs of blistering on your roof. If not, you may endure some time-consuming and costly damage in the future.