Thermal bridging is a phenomenon where outlines of framing are traced on the wall and ceiling. In this post, local roofing and siding contractor Classic Remodeling Corp. shares what causes thermal bridging, and how it can be prevented.
The terms “water-shedding” and “water-resistant” are terms that, while they sound similar, have different applications on roofing systems. Read on as the roofing contractors at Classic Remodeling Corp. take a look at the differences between these terms, and why they’re important.
In roof anatomy, the valley is the section where two adjoining roof planes meet. They create a “V” shape and make a natural path for rainwater and snowmelt to flow. In other words, valleys are some of the most vulnerable parts of the roof. They must be flashed properly in order to keep the substrate […]
Winter is supposed to be a season to put off home improvements. However, tackling an entry door replacement at this time of year has several merits. Yes, dealing with a home project when snow begins to fall may be inconvenient in a few ways, but it is very much worth the effort.
The coldest time of the year is the most trying time for many parts of your home’s exterior, from the roof to the siding. Just about anything can be damaged by freezing, thawing and refreezing, as well as prolonged wetness.