You’ve probably heard from roofing contractors at least once that you should keep an eye out for cupping asphalt shingles. You may also have wondered what they actually are. In today’s post, Earl W. Johnston Roofing shares an in-depth look at cupping shingles.
Asphalt shingle roofing remains the number one roofing system in North America. Despite the emergence of newer materials like metal, shingles still top the charts as the most popular roof among many American homes. Asphalt shingles offer great performance and, because they’re readily available nationwide, they come at affordable prices compared to other types of roofing.
When you’re planning a roof repair or replacement project, it’s always best to hire an experienced, reputable contractor. One way to ensure you’re working with a qualified contractor is to limit your search to those with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Here are the four advantages of working with such a professional:
When purchasing a home, don’t forget to carefully assess the condition of the roof. A leaky roof will not only cause cosmetic problems to different parts of the house but can also compromise its structural integrity.
Planting trees in your yard is a great way to enhance the beauty of your property. However, you need to be careful about the location of these trees to avoid potential damage to your roofing system.