Flat roofs are notoriously prone to leaks, which is why you need to take extra care when maintaining them. So, it’s important to know what you should – and should not – do when it comes to maintenance.
Uncontrollable events can delay your roofing project. You and your roofer will have to anticipate and prepare for them to stay on schedule.
While some home improvement jobs can be done by either a handyman or contractor, roofing jobs are not among them. In this blog, Bradford Xteriors shares why your roof is best left in the hands of a roofer.
It’s difficult to spot hail damage on your roof. Cracked or broken shingles are particularly difficult to spot from the ground. It also doesn’t help that the problems caused by hail damage take weeks, months or even years before they become serious.
The roof is only as strong as its weakest point. This means keeping a roof in good condition involves paying closer attention to the most common problem areas. Here’s a rundown on where to look for problems.