Every roof has weak points that make it highly susceptible to weather damage. Doubly so if you have low-quality components, inadequate roof care and insufficient roof inspection. That’s why we’re here to help you identify the common problem areas of your roof and how to address them.
Your roof is at risk when blisters begin to form on your asphalt shingles. To address this issue, you must first understand how the damage on your roof manifested in the first place and how our roofing experts can help treat it. Polk Contracting Inc., your top roof insurance restoration contractor, discusses more.
Asphalt shingles are one of the best roofing materials for many homeowners. They enhance the home’s curb appeal and provide long-term protection against the elements. They are also 100% recyclable and are repurposed for other uses once they reach the end of their service life.
All roofs weaken with age. The prolonged exposure to the elements contributes to the ongoing wear and tear of the system, resulting in leaks and other damage. When your roof has reached or is approaching the end of its service life, the only thing left to do is to have it replaced.
Tracking down roof leaks to their source is harder than you think. The water doesn’t usually travel a straight path. The lower the slope, the greater the distance it can cover. While you don’t need to be a detective to figure it out, you’ll need sophisticated equipment and sufficient roof anatomy knowledge to inspect it efficiently.