While asphalt shingles are easy to install, they must be fastened according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Failure to do so can void your warranty and cause the roofing system to fail prematurely.
One of the most frequently asked questions about roof replacement is whether the project is tax-deductible or not. Aside from a few special cases, you can’t deduct the cost of roof repairs or a new roof. You can deduct the cost in increments over time if you replace the roof of a rental house. Moreover, if it’s your own home, you can only gain tax advantages once you sell.
Premature asphalt shingle aging is not as common nowadays, yet sometimes roofs have problems such as cupping and curling in as short as 10 years after installation. In this blog, local roofing company Ken Morton & Sons takes a look at why asphalt shingle roofs fall apart prematurely and what can be done to prevent it.
Gutter accessories aren’t a must-have, but they can make your life a lot easier. Two of the accessories that are in demand among homeowners are rain diverters and rain barrel diverters. A lot of homeowners, however, confuse the two with each other.
Aesthetics and durability are usually the first things that come to mind whenever homeowners are looking for a new roof. But there’s one thing they often fail to take into account—their roof’s pitch; this factor can restrict your choices.