Did you ask this to your roof repair/replacement contractor?

Did you ask this to your roof repair/replacement contractor?Did you find your roof leaking or perhaps the shingles are falling off? You must have thought of hiring a roofer already. But, think again. Roof repair/ replacement is an important decision to take, do not ever take it lightly. Ask these important questions to your contractor right away.
It is always recommended that you only choose a highly rated roof contractor. But, before you finalise anything here is what you should be asking your contractor.

Q: Ask about the presence of their local office

Do not prefer any contractor who works out of tuck. There has to be a local office located in your area or at least closer to your area. This makes the project much more convenient for you. You also get to develop a comfort zone with your contractor at the same time they get to establish their professional stake. Read more

Roofing issues in winter weather: What you may do to stop it

Roofing issues in winter weather: What you may do to stop it.Winter is the weather that comes with many roofing problems. Here’s presenting some of the common issues:

1-Ice Damming:- The ice damming takes place when the ice comes up on the gutter, or the melted snow gets trapped under the ice that causes water to go back to roofing, penetrate shingles and then enter the attics generally at the exteriors of the house.

2-Bad ice damming or attic condensation:- This takes place when the owner of the home has moisture in the attic and many times significant stains on the ceiling, but the water source was condensed. One situation is that the owner of the house is experiencing the blemishes on the inside of exterior walls and also where it meets the ceilings and assume that they are getting ice damming.

It turns out that insulation is just the inch or short of covering the whole ceiling and the exterior walls. Any drywall can be the best source of loss of heat to your home and condensation in the attic. Ensure that everything is covered with the insulation including the panel which is neglected mostly by the owners. Read more