Having your roof replaced by trusted local roofers is one of the best ways to enhance your home’s curb appeal and overall value. However, it can get messy from the start because of the removal of the old roofing material. Days or weeks before the team arrives on the first day of the installation, make sure you follow these tips to help minimize the potential mess and damage to your home exterior and outdoor area.
While they are not as prominent as the other visible components of your roof, both the soffit and fascia play a crucial role in ensuring the system’s long-term weather protection. Like the shingles and flashings, they need to be replaced as soon as they show extensive damage. In this blog, GAF Master Elite® roofer Ken Morton & Sons LLC shares the signs that your roof needs a new set of soffit and fascia boards.
The roof does serve as your home’s primary defense against the elements, but it also needs sufficient ventilation to remain effective. With the right amount of intake and exhaust vents, you can prolong the life of your roof by minimizing the damaging effects of heat and moisture. In this blog, Ken Morton & Sons LLC, one of the top roofing and siding contractors in the area, shares the importance of roof vents.