Leaks are a roofing issue typically associated with old roofs. However, your new roof can also develop leaks due to various reasons. In this article, roofing and gutter replacement company Roofmasters Roofing and Metal Sheet Company discuss the steps that you need to take if your newly installed roof starts to leak.
There’s a lot to be enjoyed when you have natural light. Aside from simply having sufficient illumination during the day, it can also make your home feel more spacious and inviting, as well as let you enjoy some health benefits. Windows are the primary choice for letting in natural light but what if you can’t add one?
Changing a roof pitch goes beyond a routine roof replacement because it involves big structural changes in the walls, ridges and rafters part of a system, whereas a new roof simply means tearing off and replacing roofing shingles and damaged roof decking, flashing and gutter systems.
When leaks are spotted in a commercial property, the first culprit that comes to mind is often the roofing. However, there are other reasons that might be causing the leaks in your building. In this article, roofing and gutter replacement authority Roofmasters Roofing and Sheet Metal aims to help you pinpoint the other causes of leaks in a commercial property.
Metal roofs are one of the most popular roofing options due to their durability. However, even the toughest roofing material can be susceptible to issues such as leaks. Today’s article from Roofmasters Roofing and Sheet Metal, one of the leading roofing contractors in the area, takes a look at the top three reasons your metal roof is leaking.