You don’t know what you don’t know.” And in the world of roofing, it’s no different. Roofs are important, costly, and typically not understood. If you’re getting a new home, a new-to-you home, a new roof, or roof repair, it’s important for you to understand as much about the process and the product as possible.
Are you in the market for a new home? Whether it’s the first home you have ever purchased or the fifth, I’m sure you’re very excited. Before you sign on the dotted line, here are a few things you should pay close attention to when it comes to the roof, you’ll be glad you did.
With warmer weather on the way, the roof will soon be dry and ready to be inspected for any winter damage that might have occurred. Here is something that may never have occurred to you to check for… roof blisters.
Although most of us in the Pacific NW don’t have the threat of wildfires like homeowners in California or Eastern Washington (a little closer to home), having our home, more specifically our roof catch fire is a real threat.