Due to the mild and comfortable temperatures of spring, many homeowners choose to tackle home maintenance tasks now. If you are just preparing your spring checklist, make sure to put roof inspection and evaluation among your first priorities. Local roofing contractor Polar Bear Exterior Solutions explains why scheduling a roof evaluation this spring is ideal.Continue reading “Should You Have a Roof Evaluation in the Spring?”
Roof replacement can become a necessity at a certain point. When that time finally arrives, you may be faced with the question of whether to remove the old underlayment or keep it in place. Generally, a total tear-off — which means replacing the entire roof system — is the best way to go.
It is no secret that your roof’s lifelong nemesis is water. Whether it’s a trickle or deluge, water can spell trouble for your roof, especially if there is moss or pine needle build up or if it is nearing the end of its service life. Remember a typical roof is replaced at about 18-22 years of age. But what about too much moisture and humidity? It may not be as pervasive as a rainstorm but too much moisture can surely cause damage to your roof and the rest of your home as surely as rainwater can. A trusted roofing contractor explains how.Continue reading “How Too Much Moisture Can Damage Your Roof”
When it comes to roofing maintenance, there are many rumors, hearsay and myths that you should be wary of. Self-maintenance is an admirable sentiment, but not everything you hear about roofs is necessarily true or backed by facts and data. Unless you have actual professional experience on the matter, it is best to take these myths with a grain of salt. What are the most common roofing myths? Expert roofing contractor Polar Bear discusses these myths with you!
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