NEW CONSTRUCTION ROOFING
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Homeowners who are looking for new roof or wish to replace their current one should know that new roof construction is different from a total roof replacement. Here are some questions to ask when looking for a new roofing contractor:
Here at Coastal Roofing we have expert roof builders with years of on-the-job experience in new roofing construction. With a project as complex as roof framing, make sure to hire a company who know all aspects of roofing.
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Roof replacement and new roof construction both involve building a roof over a structure. However. roof replacement involves an existing roof, while new roof construction involves a completely new roofing system. Here are some new roofing construction terms so you can gain a better understanding:
A ridge beam is used to support the ends of the rafters at the ridge and is located immediately below the roof framing that is open to the interior.
A ridge vent runs the entire length of the peak of your home, and can lengthen the life of your shingles while helping to maintain your shingle’s warranty.
Jack rafters are used in a hip or valley roof systems and extend under the eaves in some styles of construction.
Trusses are rafters, posts, and struts prefabricated in a factory. They are brought to the project site, ready to install, which helps reduce the cost time to construct a new roof.
Roof sheathing is commonly called roof decking, and it is the wood boards attached to the joists and trusses of your roof.
Step flashings are a sequence of angled pieces of metal between roof shingles and adjacent walls, to make the joint watertight.
Drip Edge Flashing
Drip edge flashing are pieces of metal that are installed on the edges of the roof. They help control the flow of water away from the underlying roofing components.
Roofing felt, commonly referred to as tar paper, is an added layer of protection that is used between the roof and the final layer of roofing material.
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