Regardless of what type of roofing system your home has, it needs roof vents. A roof without vents will eventually run into problems and you’ll be left to decide whether to keep getting roof repair or a replacement.
An attic fan can be installed to help circulate the air under your roof and prevent the attic from overheating. The fan does this by sucking the hot and humid air inside your attic and pushing it outside to allow cooler air to come in.
If you had a problem with your roof, you’d no doubt need a roofing contractor to help you fix it. But it’s wrong to think your roof is all about the shingles. It has other components that provide a specific function or several. Attic ventilation is one of those components.
Asphalt shingles have enjoyed a long and fruitful reputation as the most preferred roofing system in the U.S. Every GAF roofer in the country appreciates and extolls the reliability and energy efficiency of an asphalt shingle roof. That doesn’t mean, however, that you don’t have any other choice if you’re planning to install a new[…] Read More
Choosing the right materials for your home or building improvement project has a direct impact on your comfort and the energy efficiency of your building, and also has long term implications when it comes to the cost of maintenance. You don’t just want gutters, for example; you want the best seamless gutters you can find[…] Read More
You’re planning to replace your residential roofing system and you’ve decided to go with a GAF asphalt shingle roof. Good choice! Now, while considering several contractors, it’s also a good time to find out more about the types of warranties you can get from GAF. Here are the answers to some of the questions you[…] Read More