Welcome back to our exciting Professional Roofers blog all about the important technical components that make up a roofing system. We, at Professional Roofers, want all of our clients and potential clients to feel as though they are on equal footing with us, and to understand all that technical ‘jargon’ we construction professionals tend to throw around, which is why we decided to focus our last few blogs and new few to all the important components that make up a roof. If you’ve missed our last few blogs, check them out, as there is certainly some great information in there!
Chances are, at some point in your life, you have heard the term ‘valley’ referred to in the context of your roof. In fact, if you’ve read our last Professional Roofers blog post all about flashing, you definitely read about it there! So, if you’ve been following our series on the important fundamental aspects of a roofing system, the question begs to be asked – what is a valley and why is it important enough for us to dedicate an entire blog to it? Why, I’m so glad you asked!
Hello again and welcome to the Professional Roofer’s blog! It’s been a doozy of a month weather wise, so we decided to create a little more light reading for you as you curl up indoors with a hot tea or cup of cocoa and think of warmer times. In preparation for the spring and summer, and in continuation with our series from last month, we at Professional Roofers are discussing more of the technical components that make up your roof, and why they’re important. In this blog, we have decided to focus on flashing, since it can be critical to the integrity of your roof and keeping all that nasty snow and hail out, out, out!
This month our blog posts are designed to teach you the basics of roofs. We’re discussing the technical terms for all the components that make up your roof, along with common problems that may arise with each individual structure. Today, after having already discussed soffit, fascia, eavestroughs, and downspouts; we’ve decided to continue our tutorial with a structure that works closely with each of these components: a roof’s drip edge.