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Videos are a helpful way to teach both home owners and small business owners about things to consider when purchasing or owning your biggest investment.
Basic Types of Siding
Depending on the environment of where you live, vinyl siding can sometimes split or break from temperature changes. It may also become susceptible to water leakage due to the installation process. Moisture that enters the home can contribute to mold and affect your home's structural integrity, much like with a roof.
The Dangers that Lurk on the Roofs
The biggest trials for roofs and attics are mold, algae, moss, and mildew.
Roofing Underlayment
Many think that the shingles or metal roofing is the only layer of protection on your roof but there is another key to protecting the outside elements from destroying your home. This protection barrier is called the underlayment and it is found between the roof deck and the roof covering. This second layer of protection helps fight against mother nature and to withstand the rain, snow, and winds.
Asphalt and Fiberglass Roof Shingles
fiberglass and organic asphalt shingles, there are a few things to keep in mind. Organic asphalt shingles are usually made of asphalt soaked in felt paper, finished with a covering of asphalt granules. Because they contain mostly asphalt, these shingles will be heavier and more durable, which also makes for a longer installation period.
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