The primary purpose why a residential roofing contractor applies coating to the roofing system is to extend the structure’s life span. The roof coating is created as protective covering against the elements such as sunlight, rain, hail and wind. It also makes the roof more resistant to dirt accumulation.
In the face of increasingly erratic extreme weather events, the roof (your home’s first line of defense against the elements), will need all the enforcement it can get. Nowadays, a metal roof and a layer of paint won’t cut it anymore; residential and commercial roofing alike need roof coating.
Despite the attic’s integral role in keeping your home cool, there are a lot of misconceptions about this often neglected part of the house. In particular, there’s a lot of confusion about the risks and benefits of attic insulation.
Commercial roofing is vastly different from its residential counterpart. Most people may be more familiar with the roofs you find on houses, but only a few would know about commercial roofs — their composition, their usual pitches, their common challenges and the solutions to those challenges.