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4 FAQs About Roofing Systems

4 FAQs About Roofing Systems

Curiosity is the key to sound decision-making, which is especially useful when choosing or maintaining a roof. To give you a good handle on roofs in general, Chase Roofing answers the most asked questions about them:

Common Problems Roofs Experience in the Winter

Common Problems Roofs Experience in the Winter

Your roof is at the mercy of nature all year round, and it’s not getting any respite in the winter. The elements tend to be harsher from December to March. You need to be mindful of certain roof issues if your property is to remain in one piece throughout this season. Continue Reading

Understanding (and Appreciating) Proper Roof Ventilation

Understanding (and Appreciating) Proper Roof Ventilation

Ventilating your attic does your roof a lot of good. First of all, it expels damaging moisture. Second, it prevents ice damming by keeping the roof planes cool. Third, it helps extend the service life of the covering by minimizing heat buildup, particularly in the summer. Fourth, it contributes to energy efficiency. Continue Reading

Burying (More) Myths About Metal Roofs

Burying (More) Myths About Metal Roofs

Metal, as a roofing material, is experiencing a renaissance. It’s one of the oldest materials used for this application, but it has only started regaining its mainstream status in America lately. One reason its stock used to be low is that property owners are more familiar with the mythology surrounding it than the reality. Continue Reading

4 Things to Know About Slate Roofing

4 Things to Know About Slate Roofing

Of all covering materials for sloped roofs, slate perhaps has the most impressive resume. In the past, it was a well-received product, but the advent of economical alternatives has affected the popularity of slate today. But nothing changes the fact that it leads the pack in longevity, and guarantees head-turning curb appeal with minimal maintenance. Continue Reading

4 Common Causes of Premature Roof Failure

4 Common Causes of Premature Roof Failure

It may sound unlikely, even impossible, but a new roof can still fail. This is why we always tell homeowners to treat their roofs as an investment and hire a capable roofing contractor.  If it fails in the middle of a storm, your property may also end up as collateral damage. The following are the… Continue Reading