Before embarking on your roofing and waterproofing project, you must consider various factors like sustainability, roofing sizes, roofing style and aesthetics to achieve success. When waterproofing your roof, the numerous design approaches and considerations can seem overwhelming. Ideally, waterproofing systems require expert design and construction to prevent potential risks and ensure a longer-lasting roof. This post discusses five waterproofing tips for a successful roofing project.
Begin by Picking Between Adhered or Loose-Laid Roofing
Here are two myths about elevated decks.
Elevated deck construction is much costlier than ground-level deck construction
One myth about elevated decks that can put homeowners off building them is that they're much more expensive to construct than ones that are built on the ground. The truth is that whilst the construction of an elevated deck may require more building materials than one of the same size that's built at ground level (as contractors have to build pillars for an elevated deck and may also need to add a barrier around it that might not be needed for a deck that was built on the ground), this doesn't necessarily mean that they'll be more expensive.
You should put some thought into the type of insulation you install in your roof space or attic. If you choose the right product with the right features, then your insulation becomes much more effective.
While regular single-type insulation works well in some homes, you can also use a reflective composite product. How does this insulation work and why should you use it?
What Is Reflective Composite Roof Insulation?
If you install standard insulation in your roof space or attic, then you typically use one type of material.