A roof leak might seem like a simple fix, but that’s not necessarily the case. Professional roofing contractors take many steps to detect the problem and address it accordingly. When you try to do the repairs yourself, you may find yourself having a lot of trouble. Roof Masters is here to explain why you shouldn’t tackle DIY roof repairs.
You might not think about your roofing system often, but it plays an important role in keeping your home energy-efficient. In particular, it helps cut down on your monthly energy bills and maintain comfortable indoor temperatures.
At Roof Masters, we believe that there really is no bad time to replace your roof, especially if it is warranted or during emergency situations. No matter the season, we are committed to providing our customers with the only best roofing services available. That being said, some seasons are better than others. In today’s post, we give you three good reasons why you should consider scheduling your roof replacement this… Continue Reading
Contrary to what some homeowners might think, your roof is actually a whole system composed of different parts, each with a different job to do. One component that is often overlooked is the soffit. These are the (generally) horizontal projections that extend underneath the roof. Their main function is to protect your rafters from the elements and to keep moisture away to reduce the chance of mold growth. But they… Continue Reading
The ventilation in your attic is probably not something that you think about too often, but it actually plays a critical role in the overall health of your roof. You see, your attic is not just a space to keep your extra stuff. A well-ventilated attic serves the main purpose of getting rid of excess moisture. Even with a tightly sealed roofing system, moisture can still get in through tiny cracks and… Continue Reading
Changing the pitch of a roofing system can completely change the style of a house. It’s can be a great option for people who wish to have vaulted ceilings indoors. However, do keep in mind that it is not the same as a roof replacement and often involves more complex construction.
Several parts of your home can suffer damage due to excess moisture, including your roof. When left unaddressed, it can lead to serious problems and costly repairs. To protect your roof from the detrimental effects of water buildup, invest in regular roofing maintenance, and don’t delay repairs when necessary.
Ventilation plays a key role in keeping your roofing system in top shape and preventing issues that may compromise its structural integrity and weather performance. Today, your roofing experts discuss how it works and why it is an important component of your roof.
A roof replacement is an immense undertaking that requires time, effort and money. That said, some homeowners look for other ways to keep the project costs low. For example they choose to have the new roof installed over the old one. This move, unfortunately, almost always leads to disastrous results.
Winter weather can be tough to handle. Aside from a few feet of snow building up on and around your home, you might also find that your roof starts leaking. When this happens, you must call your local roofing company to determine the source and address the issue head-on. They may likely diagnose the leak to be caused by any of the following: