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.
Hailstones cause the kind of damage that isn’t as obvious as wind damage, yet can be equally devastating. Assessing the damage requires a thorough inspection conducted by an experienced roofing contractor. In this blog, Feller Roofing of New Braunfels shares some things about hail damage that you might not know.
When choosing a material for a roof replacement project, you not only have to consider its price and aesthetic appeal. Another factor that you’ll have to think about is the climate in your area. This is because the performance of various roofing materials varies according to your climate. Luckily, if you live in a warm climate, there are roofing materials available at your disposal.