Your roofing system works to protect your home from extreme weather damage no matter the season. That’s why you need to make sure its most important components are always in top form. These include the attic ventilation, which can affect both the overall performance of your roof and your home’s energy efficiency.
You’ll want to have all bases covered when investing in a shingle roof replacement–and this isn’t limited to your choice of roofing contractor or available budget. The color of your new asphalt shingles should also be taken into account. After all, your choice of roof color can affect the overall look and feel of your home. Pritchett Brothers Construction, the area’s trusted roofing company, shares the factors to consider when… Continue Reading
If you can’t remember the last time you’ve done a roof inspection, it might be the time to do one now. With summer just weeks away, it would make sense to have it checked by a professional roofing contractor. Otherwise, the heat can punish your not-so-new roofing system and make it more susceptible to further wear and tear. Here’s a look at the various facets involved in a professional roof… Continue Reading
In roofing terminology, the valley refers to the straight line formed when two different roof planes meet. Homes with a T-shaped or L-shaped footprint tend to have this feature as well as homes with gable dormer roofs. The valley is also the most vulnerable part of the roof, which is why flashings are installed on top of it so that water gets channeled safely from two opposing roof planes to… Continue Reading
Roofing projects are home improvement tasks that have a wide margin for costly mistakes. With that in mind, it’s best that you hire a roofer to get the job done instead of DIYing the project. However, it’s never recommended that you hire the first person you find on the internet. Before you hire a roofer to repair or replace your roof, make sure that you properly vet your contractors first…. Continue Reading