Roof cleaning may be the last thing on your mind when it comes to maintaining your roof. But in case you didn’t know, it’s one major task you must not take for granted.
Tearing off your old roof is a crucial step during the roof replacement process. To do this, your roofing contractor goes section by section removing your old roof by literally tearing off the shingles and components from the roof’s decking.
Roof sealants are adhesive coatings that create a protective barrier over a roof, chimneys, vents and flashing. This material's purpose is to seal cracks, gaps and damaged areas from the environment, keeping the elements from penetrating the home. They can fix leaks or prevent them from happening in the first place.
Every year, millions of homeowners replace their roof, either because it has reached the end of its lifespan or the last storm really did a number on it. But even though everyone eventually needs to replace their roof, there are several maintenance tips for shingle roofs you can use to avoid tearing it off sooner rather than later.