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Your roof is one of the most valuable parts of your home. It protects you and your belongings from the elements. But that’s only on a surface level. Did you know that your roof may have a few secrets that you can use to your advantage?

The Things You Might Not Know About Roofing

Roofing might seem like the most straightforward thing that a home or commercial roof owner should know about. But there are a quite a few things that may be obscure for even the most attentive home or commercial roof owner. So today we’re going to explore some of the lesser known facts about roofing that may help you ensure your roof’s longevity and stability.

The Material You Choose For Your Roof Matters

Roofing material is one of the first things you consider when you’re installing a new roof. The main reason why materials matter when it comes to roofing is because of how each material has its own strengths and weaknesses. For example, clay or concrete roofs are better for hot areas like Arizona and Texas, but they start crumbling and cracking earlier when in a colder area like Vermont. 

There Are a Few Ways To Prevent Various Types of Weather Damage

Weather damage is one of the worst enemies of a roof. However, weather damage can be easily prevented with a number of techniques. These techniques will vary by location again due to how certain weather conditions affect the effectiveness of these techniques. Hotter areas have SPF roofing to keep their roofs from getting bleached by the sun. Colder areas have roof sealant to prevent water and snow from leaking into your roof.  

Proper Ventilation Can Extend Your Roof’s Lifespan

Ventilation is one thing you should always consider when you’re trying to extend a roof’s lifespan. The main reason why ventilation is such a valuable asset is due to how it evens out the temperature of your roof. Having varying temperatures in your roof could weaken various sections in your roof. The worst part is that temperature fluctuations can severely weaken your roof after a prolonged time. So it’s best to keep the temperature in your roof evened out.

Foam Insulation and Roofing Is a Fantastic Way to Protect AND Repair Your Roof

Foam is a versatile material that can be used in a number of ways to protect and repair your roof. There are two main ways it can be used on your roof. You can either use it as insulation, or as a sealant. As an insulation it helps disperse excess heat in hot weather, and retain heat in colder weather while evening out the temperature in your roof. As a sealant it is very easy to apply and adheres to most roofing surfaces. It hardens to create a waterproof seal that keeps the weather out.

Final Thoughts

Roofing’s many secrets are a great help to any home or commercial roofing owner. We hope that this list of things you might not know help you keep your roof in good condition for many years to come!