In a few days, calendars will be turning 2020 and people all over will be writing up fresh New Year’s resolutions. This year, why not include roof repair, maintenance and inspection services to your list of good habits? Caring for a roofing system is, admittedly, one of the most neglected chores in a homeowner’s to-do list.
Water penetration problems are the number one reason homeowners could require a roof replacement prematurely. Cracks and damaged shingles allow rainwater to get inside the roof deck, rotting the wooden support beams that hold the assembly up. But did you know this support structure is vulnerable to water in all its forms?
Roof replacement is an opportunity to give your home a fresh look. Today’s asphalt shingles come in a wide selection of colors, giving you more flexibility with your desired exterior color palette. Roofing contractor Wood’s Roofing recommends you keep the following in mind when choosing a new roof color.
Ponding water is a common problem on low-slope or “flat” roofs, and asphalt roofs are no exception. In this blog, roofing company Wood’s Roofing takes a look at the effects of ponding water on flat asphalt roofs and how it can be addressed.
Low-slope roofs are vulnerable to UV and moisture damage, which is why picking the right roofing material is important. One of the most cost-effective and durable materials on the market is metal, but is it suitable for low-slope roofs? The short answer is yes, provided it’s a specific kind. Wood’s Roofing, a top roofing company in[...]
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