Your roof’s primary function is to protect your home from the elements, but it’s also an important design element that can make or break your home’s look. This is the reason you need to pick a roofing material that can both preserve your home’s integrity and curb appeal.
Installing a new roof can improve your home’s curb appeal, prevent water damage and even improve your home’s energy efficiency and comfort. However, your new roof won’t be able to function correctly if your current gutters are not in good condition. Your gutters play a key role in keeping the roof safe and in good working condition throughout the year.
Your roof is one of the most visible parts of your home, so you need to choose your roof color carefully when planning your roof replacement project. As an experienced roofing contractor, we recommend researching and collecting pictures of homes similar to yours so you can see which colors will look best. In addition to the color, you also need to think about your roof’s profile and what your shingles will look like once installed. Here are the factors you need to consider when choosing shingles:
Gutters are a critical part of the roof that are responsible for keeping the roof, and the rest of the house, free from water damage. It’s also one of the most problem-prone parts of the roof, which is why it’s very important that you know how to spot its common ailments.