Daisy Riley Roof, 2018-07-04 15:32:35. Roofing Color The color of your new roof should be thought about when you first start planning your new roof project. Always keep in mind that your new roof should last quite awhile so it should be thought about as a permanent addition - the color of the roof will not change! Ask a roofing professional or home improvement store for color samples of the proposed roofing material and compare those samples to the color of your house. If your house is brick, keep in mind that brick color is even more permanent than the roofing color and the color of the brick should be focused on.
Freda Fernandez Roof, 2018-07-04 15:32:34. Find the Right Materials When getting the right materials for your roof, you should invest on materials which can: last long, protect the house from natural disasters, not too heavy for the roof framing, should complement the style of the house or building and if it is allowed by local building codes.
Elisabeth Carrillo Roof, 2018-07-04 15:32:35. Architectural Consideration There are many different roof design styles and each one provides different unique considerations. When roofing a gable roof, you will be working on what is considered to be the "standard" roof style. If your home has a different style (A-Frame, flat roof, hipped, etc.) you will want to make sure that your measurements are correct and that additional calculations are done for materials. Different rood designs could possible create installation issues so it is suggested that you speak with a roofing professional or home improvement store when working with different roofing designs so that proper installation is achieved.
Freda Fernandez Roof, 2018-06-29 16:19:54. SOFFIT & FASCIA Often replacing soffit and fascia will be recommended. Fascia - Connects the roof to the soffit, where gutters are attached. Soffit - Covers the underside of the roof overhang. Both of these play a large part in protecting the structure of the home.
Audrey Salinas Roof, 2018-06-28 15:36:26. Gable Roofs A gable roof is the most common shed roof style. It has the simple and conventional triangular shape; it is practical and very easy to build. Gable roofs can stand different climates; however, it can be easily damaged by high winds. Just like the gambrel roof, it can add an extra area of space in the attic area, but it is generally more affordable than gambrel roofs.
Angelia Austin Roof, 2018-06-28 15:36:27. Gambrel - A gambrel roof is much like a mansard except instead of having a roof surface on all four sides, the angles are only on two sides. The other two sides are flat similar to the end of a gable roof. This style is often found in French or Dutch-influenced neighborhoods.
Freda Mcdonald Roof, 2018-06-29 16:19:53. Drip edge is not expensive to include in a roof replacement project and the benefits greatly out way the cost.
Audrey Salinas Roof, 2018-07-03 15:41:37. There are two type of modified-bitumen roofs - the plastic-based ones (APP) and the rubber-based ones (SEBS and SBS). The plastic-based membranes are usually installed using torches while the rubber-based membranes are installed using cold adhesives or hot asphalt. Most modified-bitumen roofs already have granulated surfaces so they are lighter than built-up roofs that have gravel surfaces. Modified-bitumen roofs may also be added as cap sheets on top of existing built-up roofs. This adds redundancy to the roofing as well as some flexibility.
Daisy Riley Roof, 2018-06-29 16:19:54. Gambrel Roofs te gambrel roof is very popular on barns because of the extra attic space it allows. This type of shed roof is best if you need more space. The roof consists of two slopes that meet and create a sharp angle at the peak line; this produces more ceiling space. A gambrel roof can also stand strong winds so they are best if you have your shed in an open windy space. Gambrel roofs are one of the most expensive shed roof types.
Elisabeth Carrillo Roof, 2018-06-29 16:19:54. Missing, buckled, cracked or curled shingles. All of these signs are usually indications that they may be near the end of their useful life. Due in part to time and prolonged exposure to the different elements mother nature may throw at them, the shingles on your unfortunately will not last forever. In fact the useful life of your typical asphalt/fiberglass shingle is 20-25 years depending on where you live in the country and the quality of the shingle manufacturer among other factors. Over time the granules that add color to and protect the shingle material from UV rays begins to fall off exposing the material to the elements. Over time this exposure causes the shingles to crack or curl upwards at the edges. Sometimes this cracking can eventually lead to shingles breaking into pieces and flying off the roof or buckling during storms with really high winds.
Gladys Buckner Roof, 2018-06-29 16:19:53. Let's face it - the prospect of a leaking roof, particularly in the middle of winter, is a scary proposition. There is no arguing that a brand new roof will provide you with a greater sense of security than repairing a damaged roof far beyond its serviceable life. Because of this reason, many unscrupulous roofing contractors will use scare tactics to get homeowners to opt for a new roof replacement versus a repair on a roof that has much life remaining. A quick review of a few critical items will help you feel more confident if you should be seeking replacement or looking to repair.
Angelia Austin Roof, 2018-06-28 15:36:27. ICE & WATER SHIELD The purpose of a roof is to protect the home from the elements; wind, rain, ice, etc. In most climates, ice and/or water are a concern you can't ignore.
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