In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics and purposes of the ridge vent on a roof. Responsible for helping ventilate the attic and roof setup, roof ridge vents are very important and considered an integral part of a roofing system. At Whitaker Roofing, we’re happy to offer a wide […]
A roof serves multiple purposes for a given home or building, and one of these that cannot be overlooked is the cycling and removal of stale air and moisture from the attic. A few components are important for carrying out this role, and one of the most vital is known as a roof ridge vent.
For those who have roofing needs on their homes or properties during the cold Utah winter, you may be wondering what’s possible while it’s especially cold outside and snow is on the ground. Can roofer still provide services during these settings? Are there particular services that can or cannot be provided depending on the temperature
While roof repairs can technically be carried out at most points through the year, weather-permitting of course, there are certain seasons or periods of the year where these are easiest and most convenient. As it turns out, we’re in one of these periods right now during the spring. At Whitaker Roofing, we’re here to provide
Leaks in your roof are never a good thing, and one of the most common seasons of the year where they’re noticed is the springtime. Between a combination of high moisture levels and possible damage to the roof from the prior winter, it’s not uncommon for leaks to arise in roofs before or during the
As many longtime home and building owners are well aware, the spring is often considered an ideal season in which to perform work or renovations on a roof. Between the generally nice outdoor weather and a few other important factors, there are several reasons why you might be thinking about targeting a roofing project for
When you look up at your roof, what do you see? Maybe you see leaves and twigs or missing shingles, or maybe, you see nothing out of the ordinary. Maybe you see a few missing shingles but nothing serious; so you think. Maybe there are places on your roof that you can’t even see from