More blog posts about roofing:

  1. I’m buying a ‘50s house with a “gravel” roof. Is the roof going to be a problem.

  2. Should I buy a house that needs a new roof?

  3. How can I be sure my roofing contractor got a permit?

  4. What is the cost difference between asphalt shingle and metal roofing?

  5. What is the minimum pitch of an asphalt shingle roof?

  6. What’s the difference between a gable roof and a hip roof?

  7. What do you look for when you inspect a roof?

  8. What is roof pitch?

  9. What’s the difference between a roof inspection and a roofing estimate?

  10. What are the most common problems with older houses?

  11. Why does my insurance company want a roof letter?

  12. I saw some staining on the ceiling. Do you think the roof is okay?

  13. How many layers of roofing are allowed on a home?


More blog posts on related subjects:

  1. How can I tell if a house has insulation?

  2. What are the warning signs of a dangerous deck?

  3. Does it make sense to buy an older mobile home and remodel it?

  4. How do you determine when the house was built?

  5. Should I buy a fixer-upper?

  6. How do I remove cigarette odor in a house?

  7. The house has asbestos siding. What should I do?

  8. How do I get insurance if my home can’t pass a 4-point inspection?

  9. There’s an old fuel oil tank underground in the yard. Is it a problem?

  10. What is “knob and tube” wiring?

  11. Why do the floors slope in this old house?

  12. The garage has been converted to a family room. Is that alright?

  13. What is the minimum pitch for a metal roof?

  14. What does “lack of tab adhesion” in an asphalt shingle roof mean?

  15. What are the roof sheathing requirements for a roof replacement in Florida?

  16. What is the average lifespan of a house?

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