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All components of your home have an expected lifespan. From the roofing shingles, gutters, siding to your windows. There will come a time when you’ll have to replace them to ensure that your home remains comfortable and energy-efficient. One of the most important components of your home is your roofing system, and it is actually something that you should replace as soon as possible once it reaches the end of its lifespan. In fact, you can protect it even further with some upgrades.

Roofing Upgrades

In this post, All Professional Remodeling Group, the top residential and commercial roofing company, shares some of the best upgrades for your consideration.

Pick Better Shingles

When you’re undergoing a roof replacement project, you have the opportunity to switch to better roofing materials if your previous shingles didn’t make the cut. A great option are impact-resistant shingles. Steel roofing shingles are a great example since they can last 50 years or longer, provided that they are maintained properly and repaired accordingly. They last much longer than traditional shingles that serve you for around 25 to 30 years. Another great consideration is TruSlate which can last over a century with regular maintenance.

Improve Your Ventilation

Do you have a humid attic during the summer? Perhaps, you might be running into ice dams during the winter? Your residential roofer would tell you that this is caused by lack of roofing ventilation, which causes the heat of the attic to melt the ice on top of the roof faster than those near the edges. Once it flows onto the edge, it refreezes, creating trouble for your shingles and your gutter system. Having proper ventilation upgrades, such as soffit vents with ridge vents, will help you avoid these issues.

Upgrade Your Gutters

Old gutters tend to clog due to the way they’re manufactured. Modern gutter systems are capable of resisting clogs and handling sustained exposure to the elements. This is especially true if you invest in seamless gutters. It’s also a great idea to install gutter guards to prevent debris from entering your gutters and clogging them. Keep in mind that a well-maintained gutter protects your home from various issues in the long run, such as pooling water, leaks, and siding damage.

Looking for a commercial or residential roofing specialist to take care of your future projects? Trust in All Professional Remodeling Group! We’re a roofing company that delivers state of the art commercial, industrial and residential roofing services under one roof. We have been on the top of the roofing and construction industry since 1996. We’ll do our best to exceed your expectations in every job we participate in. Get in touch with us by filling out this form.

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