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Lots of people don't realize that their roof has been harmed till they see a crack or falling shingles, at which point the problem is already far gone. The only means to catch these problems early, when they are much simpler and cheaper to correct, is to perform routine roof inspections.
When home owners go to the market for a new roof, one of the first questions they ask is "Do I need to rip off my old roof, or can I just roof over it?" This can be a quite difficult question to answer because while it is pretty much possible to roof over a single existing layer of shingles, it is always a better idea to take the old shingles off and install a completely new roof.
This solely depends on the strength and durability of the roofing materials you will be making use of.
Underlayment is a layer of protective material that goes under the shingles. It is often called felt paper or synthetic paper; it is the first layer of waterproofing for your roof. The underlayment is reinforced with fiberglass to strengthen and resist tearing, make installation easier and improve its waterproofing capability.
Do you currently have a leaking roof? Chances are that the used underlayment (a waterproof material installed just under your shingles) is leaking. The underlayment plays a very important role because it can keep water out even when your shingles don't. So, if your roof is leaking, you should definitely consider tearing off your existing roof and installing a new one with the underlayment done properly.
When you have damage to the roof that was caused by fires, storms, water leaks, and other similar event, hiring a roofing contractor is one of the best choices you’ll make. Why? The contractor will inspect the roof to determine the extent of the damage. They will calculate the cost of buying the materials that will be necessary to repair the damage and give you the estimate of the repair costs.
Your roof is a major investment. As far as home maintenance and repairs are concerned, there are few structures that compare with your roof when it comes to the cost and necessity of repair. Yet, with regular maintenance, you can extend the life of your roof and ensure that your home and belongings are adequately protected. The following frequently asked roofing questions should help you understand how to keep your roof in the best possible condition.
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