Roofing materials account for more than 11 million tons of waste per year in the United States. When done right, though, recycling them can have both economic and marketing benefits. Recycling during re-roofing needs only minor changes to the tear-off procedure. As such, shingle recycling brings cost savings to roofing contractors.
All roofing systems have their own sets of inherent problem areas. It’s just a matter of keeping your roof in good shape to avoid potential disaster. Read on as Minnesota’s 1st Choice shows you some of the more common problem areas so you can better maintain your roof.
There’s no such thing as a stress-free home improvement. Any project is going to cause disturbance one way or another, but it doesn’t have to upend your life. Today, Minnesota’s 1st Choice talks about the things you should avoid to live through your project with little stress:
Winter is perhaps the least friendly season to your roof. So it’s imperative to schedule an inspection before it officially starts to ready it for the harsher-than-usual elements.
We’re all familiar with the concept of a leaky roof, but many people don’t know much about other problems associated with it. Today, our roofing experts show how one of these problems—mold growth—develops because of excess moisture in the roofing system.