Condensation happens when the air gets too cold to hold the water vapor that is in it, resulting in tiny drops of liquid on the surface. You may not think of this as an immediate threat to your home, but moisture buildup in your interior can result in various problems.
As with any other part of the home, your roofing may have unique issues that need to be addressed. Identifying the top roofing problems and how you can prevent them will enable you to keep it in good shape.
Roofs differ in material composition and the conditions they are exposed to. But all of them suffer some form of damage at some point. As professional roofers, DryTech Roofing encourages vigilance on the part of the homeowner to keep any form of damage to a minimum.
Hurricanes and rainstorms can cause severe damage to all but the toughest roofing systems. This is why you need to check your roof for damage right after a storm. Although roof inspection after a storm is very similar to a routine check, you have to be more particular with parts of the roof that were […]
All roofs, even those that appear completely flat, have a certain pitch to drain rain and snowmelt. The pitch affects how your roof performs and looks. To determine the right amount of steepness for your roof, DryTech Roofing recommends considering these factors: