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Metal Roofs Survive Weather Extremes In Knoxville Tennessee Metal Roofs Survive Weather Extremes In Knoxville Tennessee

Metal Roofs Survive Weather Extremes In Knoxville Tennessee

Whether you are looking to put your property on the market or simply want to improve your family’s comfort while saving on energy bills, replacing your roof is one of the most impactful renovations you can make to upgrade your Knoxville home. There are multiple material options available, each with its own advantages and disadvantages, but metal roofing has become increasingly popular in recent years for homeowners. This popularity stems from its superior durability, longevity, safety, minimal maintenance requirements, and wide range of style choices suited for any home.

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How to Determine the Age of Your Knoxville Roof How to Determine the Age of Your Knoxville Roof

How to Determine the Age of Your Knoxville Roof

When you consider purchasing a home, one of the most important things to inquire about is the roof’s age. If you bought your Tennessee home years ago, you likely relied on a home inspector to uncover any issues and were satisfied by a passing inspection. However, even with proper installation and maintenance, your roof will eventually need replacement. To determine whether it’s time for a roof replacement, you must determine your roof’s age and compare it with that material’s expected lifespan.

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Do Knoxville Metal Roofs Require Underlayment? Do Knoxville Metal Roofs Require Underlayment?

Do Knoxville Metal Roofs Require Underlayment?

When you decide to install a durable, long-lasting metal roof to add superior waterproofing, fire resistance, and value to your Knoxville home, you’ll need to make a variety of choices regarding your roof’s appearance, including color, panel type, gauge, and more. However, one aspect of your metal roofing system you may have overlooked is the roof’s underlayment – the water-resistant material installed between your metal roof and the roof deck below. Underlayment can take many forms but is always a relatively thin, flexible layer designed to enhance your roof’s protective capabilities.

This additional layer is required in most building codes, and some even specify which type of underlayment must be used. In addition, some roofing types require the use of underlayment to ensure warranty protection – if you choose not to use underlayment in these situations, your roof’s warranty may be void. Even if your municipality or warranty provisions do not specifically require underlayment, we recommend its use for the multiple benefits it can bring to your roof.

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