Sun: Heat and ultraviolet rays cause roofing materials to deteriorate over time.
Rain: When water gets underneath shingles, it will cause the roof structure to rot. In turn, this excess moisture encourages mildew and rot elsewhere in your home, affecting walls, ceilings, insulation and electrical systems.
Wind: Tornado damage is obvious. But did you know that high winds can lift shingles' edges, trapping water and debris underneath them?
Snow and ice: Melting snow often refreezes at a roof's overhang where the surface is cooler, forming an ice dam. This blocks proper drainage into the gutter. Water backs up under the shingles and seeps inside your home. Condensation: in a poorly ventilated attic, condensation slowly rots your wood sheathing and rafters, eventually destroying a roof structure. We can remedy this by installing larger or additional vents.