How To Convert Roof Pitch To Degrees

How To Convert Roof Pitch To Degrees

This was inevitable – carpenters measure slopes, pitches, and angles by ratios, which is less than intuitive to anyone else. Most people are accustomed to mathematical degrees (or possibly radians) if that. This is worsened by the fact that the unit of measure used in the United States is in increments of 12 when we

What Is The Minimum Roof Slope?

No homeowner is unfamiliar with the basic concerns when it comes to a roof pitch. Slanted roofs are one of the reasons most people prefer to never be up on their roof to begin with, and outside some aesthetic choices, most homeowners tend, as a result, to think “the less pitch the better”. This is

The Homeowner’s Guide To Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles have been the main roofing material produced and utilized in the United States for over 100 years. They constitute 70 percent plus of current sloped roofing materials used for both roof replacements and new roofing construction. Most homeowners choose asphalt shingles because of their affordability, durability, longevity, and availability in an extensive range

How Hail Affects Roofing Shingles

How Hail Affects Roofing Shingles

Although all types of bad weather can damage your roof, hail can be especially damaging to your shingles. Hail, which can be the size of tiny ice pellets or as large as softballs. Even small hail can cause damage and it is important to know that the manufacturer’s warranty may not cover damage caused by

Can You Replace a Roof in the Winter?

Winter’s here again. While we like to associate this time of year with picturesque snowfalls, warm hearths, family togetherness, and that special holiday spirit, it also brings with it some logistical challenges when it comes to your home. Winter is one of the roughest times on your roof, even if you live in a warmer

Continuous Ridge Vents vs. Roof Box Vents

There are several differences between continuous ridge vents and roof box vents. This can make it difficult to determine which will best meet your needs. By understanding the differences between them, you can make an informed decision regarding which is best for you. Continuous Ridge Vents Continuous ridge vents are installed at the peak of