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Ballantyne Country Club Roofing Project Completed

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Wandering of what causes your roof to leak?
‪#‎ROOFING‬ | Have you ever had a leak in your roof? Whether or not you currently have a problem, have a look at this list of the 10 most common causes of roof leaks.
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Resent storm caused a lot wind damage in Charlotte's area roofs. 

When wind blows over and around a building, it creates inward or outward pressure on the walls and inward or outward (uplift) pressure on the roofs. Inward (positive) pressures are generated on the windward side of the building as the wind blows against a wall or roof surface such as a steep roof.

This positive pressure does not damage shingles unless the tabs are lifted such that the pressure can get below the tab. Outward (negative/suction/uplift) pressures are generated when the wind passes by a wall, passes away from a wall (leeward side of the building, that is, the side not facing the wind), passes over a shallow sloped roof, or passes over the leeward slope of the roof. It is this negative or suction pressure that lifts a tab or a shingle strip.

Wind Damage may seem obvious once you get into it but people tend to continue to not notice it. Wind damage on a roof is harder to asses than it looks. Every person may have a different perspective on the roof's damage, but only professionals can really tell you what is wrong with your roof and if there is wind damage!  Source: http://www.dougbartletthomes.com/wind-damage-re-roofing-contractor.html.
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What are Architectural Shingles?

Architectural shingles are an upgrade of the typical “production” shingle installed by most developers. It is an asphalt shingle but of higher grade with a more interesting design. They’re always thicker and have textured, laminated tier of variegated leading edges that makes for a rustic and most agree, a richer appearance. In fact realtors love a home with an Architectural shingle as it adds to the very important “curb appeal” of a property. The insurance industry sometimes calls them dimensional or laminated shingles.
They’ve only been around about 40 years, created to extend and add value to the shingle market. When a roof is being replaced, the owner is often offered an option by the roofer to upgrade to an Architectural shingle. Usually, that’s a wise investment.
Such a shingle, makes a home more quiet, more secure, extends the interval between replacement, and adds significant resale value.
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Completed Carolina Place Mall Dillards Gutter Project!
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