For homes with fireplaces, a chimney jutting out of the roof is an expected sight. A chimney is known as a roof penetration. Other penetrations include vents and skylights. You don’t simply make a hole in your roof for such things; there are some requirements, as any roofing company will tell you. Pro Exteriors discusses those requirements in this post.
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Improving your home’s fire safety is a good investment. It helps upgrade your home’s UL fire rating and it can give you long-term peace of mind. This is why you should consider fire-resistant materials for your next roof replacement project. Pro Exteriors recommends the following materials:
Every home component has a limit or service life. For roofing materials, the estimated service life matters in picking the exterior layer of your roofing system since some roofs are more exposed to extreme temperatures than others. Pro Exteriors, the leading roofing company, discusses the average life span of the top roof materials.
Every day, the roof goes through a lot and accumulates quite a bit of dirt and damage over time. It needs to be cleaned regularly in order to continue functioning optimally. However, just washing it over isn’t enough. There are key do’s and don’ts advised by your local roofing company when it comes to proper roof maintenance.