Over time, all roofing systems will experience damage, whether as a result of ongoing wear and tear or inclement weather. In today’s post, we provide a brief rundown on the two main types of roofing damage: cosmetic and functional.
In order to adequately protect your home, your roof needs to be able to withstand constant exposure to the elements. This means that every component has to be in top shape and the entire system free of leaks at all times. A good roofing system will protect your home’s foundation, siding, floors and windows from deterioration due to moisture retention. One of the best ways to preserve your roof’s integrity is to be proactive about maintaining your flashing.
Asphalt shingles have remained one of the most popular residential roofing materials for generations. They come in a variety of colors and styles that can match almost any home design. As with any other roofing material, however, asphalt shingles need to be regularly maintained. In particular, cupped or curled shingles need to be addressed promptly by a reliable professional roofer.