It’s without question that every roofing job comes with its fair share of risks for the owner, workers and the structure. Thankfully, there are numerous ways to improve the safety of the project to reduce the risk of damage or accidents occurring during the project. In today’s post, Feller Roofing of New Braunfels, the authority on roof repairs, shares how to increase safety during a commercial roofing project. [Read more…]
Some homeowners think that the roof is only made of shingles, gutters and the valleys. This isn’t the case; there are more components that lie underneath. Behind all of these is the roofing underlayment which is an unsung hero of your roofing system. It actually supports your roof’s integrity and facilitates energy efficiency. [Read more…]
If you reside in an area where severe storm events frequently occur, then you’re no stranger to the damage that your roof may sustain after a storm passes. But before you pull out the ladder from your garage and inspect the damage to your property, consider these do’s and don’ts tips of roofing after a storm.
A metal roof installation entails strict regulations and a level of standards. The installer needs to have knowledge of basic roofing design concepts and must be able to relate that to their performance. It also requires understanding of why certain fasteners, materials and methods are used. Here are the requirements of a good metal roofing installation:
Roof blisters typically occur when the roof loses its adhesion. They usually result in raised areas that look like bubbles on the roof’s surface. These bubbles can later on be filled with air or water and grow larger in size, especially when they are left untreated.