Roofing repairs are of utmost appearance, and blisters in roof shingles are among the many common roofing problems you will have to address. You may be wondering why this is happening and trying to find out ways to avoid it. Here are the common causes behind asphalt shingle blisters.
Roof problems often start on the roof itself. Your roof shingles are always directly under the sun, shielding you from the rain, or experiencing downfall from snow. Over time and due to harsh weather, they will definitely start to fail. One contributing factor to this failure is poorly ventilated roofs.
Ventilation systems for roofs must be adequate to handle the heat and stress from the environment. If a roof that is poorly ventilated gets too hot, especially during the summer, the shingles will start to blister. Your roofing and the ventilation system must be done with the best materials and considerations taken, especially if you live in a place that experiences intense temperatures.
The problem does not only occur when the shingles are in place. More often than not, the problem with shingles starts during manufacturing. Roof shingles that easily blister may be caused by moisture that gets trapped during the manufacturing process. Once placed on your roof, the shingles will experience heat and the moisture inside the shingles heats up as well. Once the moisture heats up, it will cause blisters to rise on your shingles.
Roofing contractor Pritchett Bros is a GAF certified contractor, which means we offer only the best products and services. If you’re thinking of replacing your roof shingles for higher quality ones, we have you covered. Call us now at (812) 275-3185, or contact us to schedule your roof inspection. We serve clients in Bloomington, IN.