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Fort Myers, Florida 33967

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RESPONSE TO COVID-19: Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak our team has implemented safety measures in order to continue to provide ongoing service to our customers.
RESPONSE TO COVID-19: Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak our team has implemented safety measures in order to continue to provide ongoing service to our customers.

Anatomy of a Roof

1) Hip & Ridge

2) Roof Cladding​

Roof cladding is the outermost part area of the roof. It is the part of the roof that we see from the outside of our homes. It functions as the main protection and decorative piece. For roof cladding, you want to choose a material that is durable and can withstand different weather intensities. Best to find a material that’s waterproof, fireproof, temperature adaptive, durable, and doesn’t make too much noise. Common materials: Metal, Asphalt, Tiles

3) Underlayment

4) Sheathing

More commonly known as roof decking, these are thick wood where roof cladding is attached to. It is important that this part is used with quality materials and the nails are fastened securely in case a thunderstorm comes along.

7) Insulation & Rafters

Insulation helps your roof adapt to different kinds of weather conditions. It is the main component responsible for keeping the roofs waterproof and leakproof. Insulation serves as a thick blanket that is needed to attain warmth during winter and cool temperatures in the summer. On the other hand, rafters serve as the mainframe of the roof. These are sloped wooden beams that are placed from the ridge to the wall plate. It is designed to support the roof planking.

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