So you need a new roof. The first question you are probably asking is, “How much does a roof replacement cost?” Great question! Obviously, it depends on the size and complexity of your roof. However, this diagram below outlines the standard costs of roof replacements by material.
Asphalt roofing shingles are available in two primary forms: three-tab and dimensional. While 3-tab shingles are pretty much all the same, there are many types of architectural shingles. Below we will discuss the differences in shingle types. Additionally, we will go over the benefits of architectural shingles, explaining their rise in popularity among contractors and homeowners alike.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, vultures (also know as “buzzards”) are known to eat and damage roof shingles! Their feces on the roof can emit a strong odor, and their destructiveness can cause expensive damage on shingles and rubber roofs. Fortunately, there are several simple and effective ways to encourage the vultures on your roof to relocate.
Asphalt roofing shingles are engineered to beautify and protect your home against inclement weather and offer protection against water infiltration caused by wind-driven rain or ice dams. This material is especially popular with homeowners and contractors for the following reasons: