With JP Franklin Roofing's re-roofing services, you can give your home a new look while keeping its value. We guarantee that your new roof will protect your home and its important possessions even in the most severe weather conditions. We understand that roofing work is a substantial financial investment, and we are committed to providing you with expert roofing advice that is tailored to your specific needs and budget. Numerous bituminous sheets are tacked to a wood roof substructure and separated by a layer of bitumen felt or a self-adhering membrane. The shingled method of shingle arrangement provides maximum watershed, while the ridge-vent system at the roof's peak ensures proper ventilation. A base mat, an impermeable asphalt coating, and a layer of ceramic granules on top protect the shingle from UV radiation in asphalt shingles. There are two types of asphalt shingles: silica and plant-based. Asphalt shingle roofs are popular because they are cost-effective. The fabric is also fairly durable, and it is available in a range of styles to fit into almost any home. Roofs built of tile are designed to last a long period. Tile roofing has a century-long track record when compared to other roofing materials such as asphalt shingles. Roofing tiles can be used as the primary roof covering in both hot and cold climates because current engineering designs strive to promote natural water shedding and ventilation.
The old shingles are removed when your roof is completely replaced, revealing the deck. To protect the deck from water and other elements, it is then coated with an underlayment or felt paper. After that, the new shingles are installed on top of the underlayment or felt paper, resulting in a roof that will last at least 20 years. If the deck has been severely damaged, it must be rebuilt to prevent further damage that could result in a hole beneath it. If you have any concerns regarding your roof, you should get advice from commercial roofing professional.
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