Your roofing system has vents to ensure proper airflow throughout your attic space and your home. But during the winter, these roof vents allow cold air to enter the space, making homeowners believe that this can lead to energy loss. So, is it actually better to cover them in winter? Crown Roofing, your top roofing company, answers that here. [Read more…]
Roof adaptation is a concept that not a lot of homeowners hear about in the market. Sure, a roofing company may throw the term around here and there, but there are still some people who are unfamiliar with it. For the uninitiated, roof adaptation is when you have your roof modified to combat the effects of extreme weather, especially heat. What others also don’t know is that roof adaptation brings a few benefits for you as the homeowner as well.
When it comes to protecting your home’s roofing system, drip edges play an important factor in helping it to last for as long as possible. For the uninitiated, drip edges are L-shaped metal sheets installed at the edge of your roof, which direct runoff water into your gutter system. This means that drip edges play an important part in keeping water away from your home’s interior. However, this isn’t the only reason why you should install drip edges on your roof.
As time goes by, it’s possible for your roofing system to get stained. Depending on the color of stain, it’s likely that you won’t have to worry much as some are not symptoms of roof damage. However, whether it was caused by roof damage or something else entirely, it’s in your best interest to get rid of any discoloration on the system in order to maintain your curb appeal.