Your siding is one of the most exposed parts of your home’s roofing system. It protects your home from weather damage and penetration, keeping all of the occupants safe. It plays a key part in increasing your home’s energy efficiency and curb appeal as well. However, once it gets damaged, should you have it repaired or replaced?
Your gutters and downspouts are essential in protecting your home’s exterior and foundation from water damage such as pooling and infiltration. Your shingles guide them into the gutter and downspout and release them safely away from your property. Regardless of your climate or location, a gutter and downspout are a must-have for all homeowners.… Continue Reading
After a storm hits your area, normally your first action would be to inspect your home for any serious damage. It appears like a great idea to get up your roof at the first chance you get, but most roofers would share a few do’s and don’ts you should be aware of before you even exit out of your doors. Your local roofer, Ken Morton Roofing & Siding, shares the do’s and don’ts after a storm hits your area.
When you think of your roof, your asphalt shingles might come to mind first, then your gutters, eaves, or gables. Your roof is made out of numerous components, all of which work together to protect your home from the elements. Understanding them better inside and out helps you appreciate them more and lets you easily communicate your needs to your roofing contractors if you need them.
In today’s post, Ken Morton Roofing & Siding shares the essential things you need to know about your roof decking.
The roof consists of many parts such as the shingles, the attic, saddles and ridges. When all of these components come together, they protect your home from nature’s harsh elements and keep everyone inside safe and comfortable. Understanding how they work will help you appreciate them more and learn how to maintain them better with the help of your roofing contractor.