Part 1 – More Arch with Architectural Shingles – The Big Three of Residential Roofing

There are plenty of roofing materials available in the market today, but only a few can compare to the popularity of architectural asphalt shingles. What sets them apart from normal shingles? And why is this type of...

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Part 1: The Three Main Causes of Roof Leaks – The Leaky Vent Boot image

Part 1: The Three Main Causes of Roof Leaks – The Leaky Vent Boot

Roof leaks can be caused by many factors, but not all of these factors can be attributed to a faulty roofing surface. Sometimes, it’s other roof features that cause roof leaks to happen, like a faulty vent boot. Vent...

Part 2 – Metal Roofs – A Solid Choice – The Big Three of Residential Roofing image

Part 2 – Metal Roofs – A Solid Choice – The Big Three of Residential Roofing

You’re probably familiar with the sight of a home protected by a layer of metal roofing. Metal is often associated with strength and durability, so it makes perfect sense why a lot of homeowners would want to put a...

Part 2: The Three Main Causes of Roof Leaks – Flashing Fail image

Part 2: The Three Main Causes of Roof Leaks – Flashing Fail

The flashing serves as your roof’s primary defense where shingles or panels are least effective: at the seams. No matter how seamless your roof may look, there will always be gaps along each roof plane’s edges. The...

Part 3 – Tile Roofing – The Big Three of Residential Roofing image

Part 3 – Tile Roofing – The Big Three of Residential Roofing

Tile roofs have become an icon of traditional housing design, having been around for hundreds of years. Today, tile roofs are still one of the most popular roofing materials used for building houses. However, tile roofs...

Part 3: The Three Main Causes of Roof Leaks – Vents: Air Out, Leaks In image

Part 3: The Three Main Causes of Roof Leaks – Vents: Air Out, Leaks In

Ridge vents are a series of gaps located at the ridge of your roof designed to provide a passage for hot air to exit the attic and avoid problems related to humidity and overheating. Because air keeps circulating...

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