When the time comes that you need to have your roof replaced, there are things that you need to take note of. One of the most important factors that you need to consider is whether or not the new roof is going to meet or exceed building codes and insurance requirements.
Many homeowners think of the metal roofing systems as indestructible given their strength and durability. Like any other roofing material, however, they are subject to performance-related issues, especially those resulting from poor installation or constant exposure to the elements.
Today’s residential roofing systems are built with a waterproofing layer known as underlayment. Roofing manufacturer GAF offers a wide selection of underlayment products that cater to almost every roofing application. Roofing contractor Georgia Roof Advisors explains why underlayment is an essential part of the GAF Lifetime Roofing System. How Underlayment Works Underlayment, also known as roofing felt, […]
Flashing is arguably the most important non-structural part of a roofing system, as it protects its most vulnerable parts of it. In this blog, roofing company Georgia Roof Advisors discusses how to check and maintain roof flashing.
Naturally, a roof can reach the end of its service life without much trouble, but everything has an expiration date, after all. If you notice the signs described in this article, have professional roofers like Georgia Roof Advisors check your roofing conditions; it might be time for a new roof.