If you’re planning to do roof replacement soon, it’s important that you don’t forget about the flashings. These thin metal strips might be easy to overlook, but they actually play a key role in protecting the hardware from weather and water damage.
Metal roofing is actually a catch-all term that includes a range of different metals that rank among the most popular and reliable roofing materials for both residential and commercial properties. Picking the right metal roof isn’t easy, so we’re listing the top four most popular types to help you decide.
There are many misconceptions about metal roofs. At Feller Roofing of New Braunfels, we want to set the record straight so our customers can make the best decisions about their residential roofing needs in Texas. Read on as we discuss three of the most common misconceptions about metal roofs:
Asphalt shingles don’t have the longest life span in the roofing world, but you shouldn’t have to replace them every 10 to 15 years. When they go bad halfway through their product warranty, something’s amiss.