Are blistering shingles a cause for concern? In the short-term, not necessarily. However, in the long-term, yes, blistering shingles can become a problem.
Remember: The type of underlayment you install is just as important as the shingles attached to it. That’s because the underlayment serves as a secondary protective layer for roof decking—the base of your roof—in the event rainwater manages to infiltrate your roof. The underlayment also protects wooden decking from the chemicals used in shingles.
Exterior remodeling projects can drastically improve your home’s curb appeal. If you’re a homeowner looking to put your residential property on the market, a new roof might be just the thing that can help you improve the value of your home — and sell your house faster.——————————————– CONTINUE READING ——————————————–Today’s article is from JTI Roofing, one of the most trusted roofing contractors in the area. Here we’ll be discussing whether… Continue Reading
Since the roof takes up such a big space, many homeowners tend to forget that it is made up of various parts and isn’t just one, singular unit. Needless to say, your roofing system relies on each of its components to function properly and optimally. One of the most important parts of a complete roof are the roof and attic vents.
In this article, JTI Roofing, the leading expert in asphalt shingle and metal roofing systems in our area, explains the questions you should ask yourself when planning a roof replacement.