Unexpected or unplanned roof repairs happen during roof replacement or maintenance, when a hidden part of the roof is found needing repairs. Not anticipating such problems can delay the project, or you may end up making changes to the project to accommodate the repairs. Fortenberry Roofing shares how you can keep your roofing project on track by preparing for unexpected repairs.
With proper care and maintenance, an asphalt shingle roof can last up to 30 years. It can, however, be quite concerning if, after a few years of installation, it shows signs of damage. The premature failure of this type of roofing system happens for a variety of reasons which, if left ignored, can cause it to fall apart earlier than expected.
Fortenberry Roofing Co, a leading residential roofing contractor, shares the reasons why an asphalt shingle roof can fall apart.
Generally, it’s during the blistering cold of winter when we worry about our flat roofs. In reality, however, summer can be just as damaging to a deteriorating flat roof. This is especially true in the case of those made of felt or bitumen. In fact, the stresses that summer brings to flat roofs could even cause their downfall in the winter.
Built-up Roofing (BUR) has been with us for quite a long time now. We all know that it has always provided long-term performance for property owners. This, nonetheless, depends on a few simple industry rules, which sometimes get overlooked.
Interest in energy efficiency has grown steadily over the years, prompting homeowners to be more mindful of their energy use. There are different methods used by homeowners and business owners to save energy and cut electricity bills. One of the most effective strategies to enforce is to take advantage of home insulation, ensuring indoor heat stays in and outdoor heat stays out.