Elevated Roofing

As a homeowner, your homes roof is one of your top priorities. Yet your roof deck also needs protection.

While other roofers fail to offer roof deck protection, the GAF Lifetime Roofing System provided by Elevated Roofing goes the extra distance.

The GAF Lifetime Roofing System gives customers an additional layer of protection between the roof shingles and the roof deck, improved aesthetics and much more.

Why Roof Deck Protection is so Important

A surprising number of homeowners overlook roof deck protection, assuming that everything will be fine.

In reality, roof deck protection is extremely important. It prevents harsh wind, rain and other sources of water from seeping in below your roofs shingles.

If such wind-driven rain were allowed to infiltrate this space, it would cause extensive damage to the roof and possibly even the interior of your home. GAF roof deck protection also assists in your quest to reduce blow-off as it allows for the roof shingles to lay flat and be orientated in the same manner. This lay flat feature guarantees that buckling will not occur during installation.

Lets take a look at the three GAF Roof Deck Protection solutions homeowners can choose from:

1. Deck-Armor

GAFs Deck-Armor is considered the best around as it defends your roof deck, roof and everything beneath it with a unique breathable form of protection.

This premium breathable protection greatly decreases the amount of moisture that is trapped inside your homes attic so that mildew, mold and general decay do not form. Deck-Armor also provides homeowners with an extra layer of protection between the roof deck and shingles.

This way, strong rain and other sources of moisture wont infiltrate beneath your shingles! Deck-Armor is so revered that it earned the coveted Good Housekeeping Seal.

Youll enjoy a much-needed peace of mind, knowing that Deck-Armor guards against leaks across posterity.

Deck-Armor ensures that your shingles will lie flat, look amazing and stay strong. It is a stark contrast to traditional felts used by other providers that typically collect moisture, break apart and/or rot before the shingles lifespan has expired. It is an ugly sight that every homeowner can avoid with the implementation of Deck-Armor.

All in all, Deck-Armor has more than 600% more tear strength than the typical #30 felt.

2. Tiger Paw Roof Deck Protection

Known as GAFs better roof deck protection option, Tiger Paw provides benefits in terms of function as well as form.

Have Tiger Paw installed on your roof and you wont have to worry about water finding its way beneath your shingles and compromising your roofs structure or the contents of your home. It adds a layer between the roof deck and shingles that guards against harmful moisture.

Tiger Paw will remove nearly two times as much harmful moisture from your roof deck than the top synthetic non-breathable underlayment. Furthermore, Tiger Paw can boost the look of your home. It ensures that shingles appear uniform across the entirety of the roof and are pressed down flat without exception.

3. FeltBuster

Industry experts agree that GAFs FeltBuster is one of the best felt roof deck protectors around.

FeltBuster is extremely lightweight, easy to work with and quite affordable. Unlike other felts, it does not absorb moisture, fall apart or emit oils. It wont wrinkle, tear or heat up to the point that it is painful to walk on.

Elevated Roofing provides the GAF roof deck protection products described above. If you are looking for a Plano, Frisco, Allen, McKinney area roofing company, take a look at our website to learn about the services we offer or call (469) 305-0010 today to schedule a free roof inspection.

Roofing Repair Frisco TX

Elevated Roofing, LLC

15222 King Road, Suite 402

Frisco, Texas 75034

469-305-0010

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