The most popular roofing systems involve asphalt shingles, and most homeowners can count on that roof to remain intact and protecting everything underneath it for at least 20 years, barring massive storms.
The roof system on your house has an important job – it protects everything that makes your house a home. Unfortunately, your roof won’t last forever and there will be signs along the way that prove that your roof has is not immortal, so to speak. In many cases, these are issues that can be repaired, but as your roof ages, it becomes apparent at some point that a new system is in your near future.
Do your home get pummeled over the summer by hailstorms? Is your home’s siding 25-plus years old? Or, are you just looking to upgrade the look of your home? Regardless of your reason for taking on a new siding project, there are important questions to ask before you dive in, so let’s take a look at some of them.
Six tips for tackling your roofing projectTaking on a roofing project is about more than the type and color of roofing material that you’ll have to choose. And while these projects can usually be completed in two to five days, there is a lot of planning to consider before you start your renovation.