There was a time when wood dominated the siding industry. This throne was later usurped by vinyl, which provided homeowners with a stronger, longer-lasting and lower-maintenance alternative to wood. Now, fiber cement siding has taken center stage and will soon out-pace vinyl siding as the number one choice among homeowners in the U.S.
Your roof is a system of interconnected parts that perform vital functions. One of the most important components of a roofing system is the decking, which provides the unseen support structures underneath the underlayment and shingles.
New construction roofing requires different skills and expertise than roof replacement. In today’s post, A1 Siding & Roofing discusses everything you need to know when planning a new construction roofing project.
Your siding protects your home from extreme temperatures and severe weather events. However, like any component of your house, it will eventually need replacement. When that time comes, you need to choose the right material. This decision can be overwhelming with all the options available today.
Even the best residential or commercial roofing products can succumb to wear and tear given enough time. Over the course of its lifespan, your roof will require periodic repairs and maintenance to stave off leaks and minor issues. However, at some point your roof will need to be replaced entirely.