Roofing Processes

Roofing Processes

Roofing is a general term used to describe the covering of a roof. Roofing is the covering on top of a building, comprising all structures and materials required to support it upon the upper walls of the structure or on topmost upright boards, giving protection from rain, sun, snow, light, and other environmental extremes. A roof covering is an integral part of the roofing system of any building. A good roof should be able to withstand the natural forces that can damage or dissolve the roofing materials, as well as inclement weather conditions such as high winds, rain, snow and ice. It is also important that the roofing system fits securely over the structure, with no spaces in the system that can allow water penetration and cause decay and damage to the roof.

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The roofing process includes several types of roofing processes: skirting, shearing, lap and tile roofing, membrane roofing, and attic roofing. Most roofing jobs are carried out by skilled roofing contractors who are supervised by an experienced roofing engineer. This roofing process is usually done in two phases, namely, pre-treatment and treatment.

Pre-treatments involves cleaning, removing any trash or debris, patching any cracks or broken asphalt tiles and smoothening the roofing surface to make it free of any algae, moss or fungi growth. Once the roofing is free of such growth, the treated roofing material is then raked, scraped, sawed or cleaned so as to remove the loose roofing materials, such as the shingles, tiles, or tiles. After the roofing is rid of these loose roofing materials, a new roofing layer is then installed by tacking or stapling the new roofing material onto the old roofing. A tile or shingle roofing is then installed over the pre-drilled and pre-cut roofing, following the same procedure as the previous roofing installation. A similar roofing installation process is followed for attic roofing.

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