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Roof Replacement - your roof experiences all types of weather. Rain, wind, Hail, UV exposure, and winter cold.. Even the best cared for roofs will need to be repaired or replaced at some point in time
Our climate is harsh and forever changing. Heat and humidity, high winds, rain and hail storms in the summers , plus snow in the winters all all contribute to the life cycle of your roof. All these weather conditions work together to slowly deteriorate your roof.
Asphalt hardens with time, the granules which had been once securely embedded begin to break away. You may have seen the colored granules in your gutters. Also, as this hardening advances, the asphalt layers start to shrink. Because the asphalt layer shrinks, it's being countered by the shingle reinforcement, which resists shrinking. Consequently, the edges from the shingle may possibly begin to curl over time. In addition, organic shingles might exhibit signs of curling which may be viewed as excessive, even so, this really is not a manufacturing defect and will be regarded as element with the standard weathering approach of organic shingles.
Throughout the course of natural weathering, tiny bubble-like raised locations recognized as blisters could appear on the surface from the shingles. The blisters may be tiny and pea-sized or as significant as a quarter. The blisters could be open, exposing the asphalt, or closed. Blisters frequently form when there is not enough ventilation.
Over time, shingles can create dark brown or black streaks which often is mistaken for soot, dirt, moss or tree sap. But this discoloration could also be brought on by algae growth. Despite the fact that most roofing systems are susceptible to algae discoloration, this can be easily seen on light-colored shingles.