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The roof is an integral aspect of the building that provides protection against wind, rain, light, cold, and other such weather conditions. Roofs are usually designed by keeping in mind the purpose of the building and thus the materials used to build it change accordingly. The most commonly used roofing style in the North America are shingles. Shingles is actually a style of roofing that includes layers of rectangular shaped materials that are layered from the bottom edge of the roof up, with each successive course overlapping the joints below. The materials used to make these roofs differ depending on the need.
What is most vital is to ensure maximum safety precautions are put in place when walking on top of the roof. It is very dangerous to walk on a roof without protective gear. Therefore, the most appropriate person to do such would be an expert. In case a homeowner decides to do it by themselves, the first step should be to identify the exact problem, the term “moss” is too general. It is not recommended to use high pressure spray on a roof, then coating the roof. It is not an effective method to increase the lifespan of a roof.
No, do not do it! Sealing the roof is one possibility, but NOT a recommended lasting solution. Doing this will actually reduce the life of the roof. Allowing anyone other than proven experts on the roof could cause more harm than good to the current problems.
Call CR Roofing Ltd.for any help on making an efficient and safer decision.
Yes it can be done, CR roofing guarantees a perfect, leak-free installation.
It takes an average of 3 to 5 days to complete the average house.
CR Roofing has a comprehensive insurance policy.
It is a shingle made of asphalt and has a layer of fiberglass that helps prevent rotting, distortion and fire. It also helps to seal out rain, snow, ice and sleet.
Yes it is, but it is advisable to remove the current ones so that the new shingles can perform to the expected manufacturer specifications. This way the manufacturer warranty is kept intact. Installing new ones over old shingles can trap moisture within, causing continuous deterioration of the recent shingles.
During the manufacturing process, an excess of granules can be used. These excess granules will wash off after sometime, they will stop after a few rainfalls. It is a common occurrence with new shingles.