Roof replacement can be a stressful project not just for you, but also for your neighbors. Whether it’s about the noise or their unease about the strangers who are all of a sudden in the neighborhood (a.k.a. the roofing crew), it’s not difficult to see why your neighbors might get agitated. Fortunately, there are ways to assuage your neighbors’ apprehensions.
Your home shields and protects you from almost every natural and man-made threat out there, from severe weather to break-ins. Needless to say, ensuring your home is up to the task should be high on your priority list as a homeowner. Fortunately, there are ways to fortify your home and to make sure it can hold its own fairly well against the ravages of the elements.
Here at Treadlite Roofing, our clients frequently ask us about the difference between the slope types, specifically because of how roof slope can impact their home’s design. Most roofing companies will have plenty to say about the choice of roof slope, but generally, the two choices are either a low, steady slope or steeper slopes. Here’s the difference between the two and their benefits.
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