Window Condensation and Its Remedies

Every winter, homeowners have to battle with the problems of condensation on their windows. This condensation usually leads to pooling of water inside your home and will often reduce the windows’ value.  This is because it leads to wood rot, molding and damage to the plaster. It is vital for homeowners to understand this problem; its causes and how it can be prevented.

condensation on windowHow Condensation Occurs

Condensation on your home windows occurs when warm, moist air inside comes in contact with the cold, dry air from outside. The problem is therefore not with your windows; they only highlight the issue since glass surfaces tend to have a lower temperature than other surfaces in your home. That said, it does not automatically mean that it is supposed to happen. Double or triple pane windows have a layer of gas between the glass panels which prevents this issue. If the seal in your windows is broken, the gas may escape thus making condensation on the windows more likely.

Steps to Reduce Condensation

Seal inner Windows

You should make sure that your inner windows are properly sealed. If not, the moist air will eventually escape to the outer storm window and condense. Sash locks that are firmly latched should be used to close windows tightly. You may use plastic film kits on troublesome windows to increase comfort.

ceiling fanCirculate the Air

Circulating the air in your home can be helpful in reducing condensation. A ceiling fan is perfect for doing this. During winter, you will need the fan to rotate in a clockwise direction to push warm air from the ceiling and back to the floor

Check that warm Air is Reaching Your Windows

Make sure that adequate warm air is reaching your windows. Remove any obstacles such as furniture that is blocking warm air registers. You should occasionally open your blinds and shades. While closing blinds and drapes is a good way to save energy, it may worsen condensation problems since it cuts off the flow of warm air to the windows.

Open Your Windows

If the weather outside is not too cold, you can open your windows to free some of the warm, moist air trapped in your house.

Install Storm Windows

During winter, consider using storm windows to help reduce condensation to your interior windows. The space that is between the two windows will allow the interior window to stay warmer thus prevent condensation.

Turn Down the Humidifier

If you are using a humidifier, you can try to turn it down. Less moisture released into the air means less likelihood of occurrence of condensation.

Move Your Plants

Plants will naturally release moisture into the air. It follows that plants near your window will release moisture that is likely to condense on your windows. Moving plants to a different place away from your window helps to reduce condensation on the windows.

 

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How to Clean Your Gutters and Drains in Fall

Fall is that time of the year when leaves shed from nearby trees and eventually find their way to your gutter system which has a job of redirecting water from your roof away from the structure of the home. Your gutter system plays an important role in your home. A clogged or improper gutter drainage can cause costly damage to your home’s structure. Proper maintenance of your gutters in the fall should be among your top priorities.

rain falling down from gutters

Consequences of Not Cleaning Your Gutters

Several harmful effects might result if you don’t clean your gutters correctly and they become blocked with leaves, dirt and other debris:

  • Your gutters may collapse. When the gutters are overloaded with accumulated debris, they can pull away from your home and eventually collapse.
  • Improperly maintained gutters don’t allow water to flow to the spout and thereby may spill over the sides and drain toward a basement or foundation which may cause basement flooding.
  • If water spills over the side of clogged gutters, it may cause your foundation to be cracked as it seeps through it and freezes.
  • Clogged gutters increase the risk of ice dams. The ice may push against your walls and roof and increase the threat of mildew or rot.
  • Water spilling on the sides of clogged gutters may discolor exterior siding and cause staining.

The process of Cleaning Your Gutters

Gather Your Tools

Ensure that you have every tool you need to get the job done so that you do not get stalled because you lack the necessary equipment. You will need the following:

  • Ladder
  • Hand Rake
  • Work gloves
  • Safety goggles or glasses
  • Bucket or recycled shopping bags
  • Hose

Remove Accumulated Debris

Start the job near your downspouts. Prepare your ladder to be approximately one foot from the gutter’s edge. Climb the ladder with your bags in your back pocket and hand rake in your hand. Get as high as will enable you to see into your gutter system. Pull debris away from your downspout to create small piles within your gutter. Remove it (the debris) and dispose it inside your bag. Make sure that debris does not get in the downspout as this can cause a blockage. After completing a small section of your gutters, climb down and move your ladder a foot or two sideways.

Clean the Outside of Your Gutter

Cleaning the gutter’s outside is an important task. Wipe any build that appears to be dirt from the outside of the gutters. This build in many times accumulates resin from the shingles. This may add significant weight to your gutters in the case it gets wet.

Run the Hose

Finally, run your hose through your gutter system to flush out any debris you may have missed while doing the task with your hand. This will at the same time allow you to know if your downspouts have been clogged.

 

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All You Need to Know About Drip Edges

What is a Drip Edge?

First things first, we need to define what a drip edge is, to begin with. According to Wikipedia, in roofing, a drip edge is a “metal flashing or other overhanging components with an outward projecting lower edge, intended to control the direction of dripping water and help protect underlying building components.” Drip edges are installed with an intended tilt that is meant to guide water away from your roof while at the same time ensuring your roof’s foundation is not exhausted prematurely by holes and fissures.

drip edge illustrationA drip edge goes along the edge of the roof under the shingles. Though it is generally overlooked by homeowners, a drip edge is an important component of the roofing system. Some homeowners even tend to exclude drip-edges from a roofing project in order to save money. In the short term, doing without drip edges may be less costly but in the end, lack of it will lead to damage that is expensive to fix.

Why is It Important?

  • Deters insects and other small animals. A drip edge deters insects and other small pests from accessing your attic as they seal the gap in your roof, between the deck and the fascia board. Pests in your attic can be dangerous to your family and damaging to your home
  • Protect the roof’s edge from ice damage. Ice damming occurs when ice melts from your roof and refreezes at the edge. The presence of a drip edge helps to prevent the formation of ice dams
  • Protect and support shingles. Without a drip edge, shingles may slouch and water may find its way underneath your roof, this is an undesirable scenario. If this happens, your roof, deck and fascia board will erode over time
  • Drip edges help prevent the movement between the roof deck and the fascia boards
  • Supplements your gutter system in moving water far from your building and its base
  • Protects the edge of the roof deck from water during rainstorms
  • Drip edges protect your roofing structure from strong winds
  • Improve water-shedding efficiency which in turn protects the underlying wood structure
  • Overall, drip edges lengthen the lifespan of your roof and increase its effectiveness.

Types of Drip Edges

There are two broad types of drip edges:

L Drip Edge

These are used on low incline roofs. L shaped drip edges are located on the roof deck, on top of the fascia board. Before installation, the roofing material is held tightly using glue to the outside edge.

Hemmed Drip Edge

Usually used with metal and standing seam roofing. An open hemmed drip edge prevents water from moving upwards (through capillary action) and passing the drip edge metal.

 

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Why There is Mold on Your Roof

If you live in areas exposed to periodically damp cool weather conditions, chances are that you have seen various molds, algae, fungus and lichen growing on your roof.  That fuzzy brown or green fungal growth, or worse, a slick film on the edge of the roof tiles is an almost sure indication that mold has invaded your roof and it requires immediate attention.

old roof with mold and lichen growth

Shaded areas increase the chance of mold growth. Exposure to direct sunlight has an influence on mold growth, the more your roof is exposed to the sun, the less likely that moss and lichens will thrive. Combining shade and cool moist conditions, give the ideal condition for moss or lichen growth on a roof surface.

All About Mold

The mold in your roof is actually an algae-like bacteria with a scientific name of gloeocapsa magma. Gloeocapsa magma feeds on limestone and moisture present in your asphalt shingles. Modern asphalt shingles contain limestone as a filler material.

Mold spores travel in the air but require just the right conditions to thrive. Roofs exposed to little or no direct sunlight, collect debris and have no proper drainage will provide these ideal conditions for mold development. Other conditions that create a nice, moist environment for mold spores to grow include an undiscovered roof leak, water draining into the foundation and debris gathering in a roof corner.

If mold is permitted to persist on the roof surface, it will create ugly stains or black streaks. Mold on the roof surface is usually not a catastrophic problem but it does reduce your home’s curb appeal and makes it look older.

Harmful Effects of Mold Growth on Your Roof

  • Mold and fungus growth are a health risk to those living inside the house
  • It weakens the structural integrity of the entire home
  • Mold damages and speeds up the wear of your shingles and thus drastically reduce the lifespan of your roof which in turn means you spend more on your roof than you should.

How to Prevent Mold Growth on Your Roof

  • Ensure that you have the proper ventilation necessary for your home, complete with ridge vents.
  • Clean your roof. Ensure that you keep debris off your roof to reduce the chances of mold growth.
  • If you live in humid environments, you might consider replacing your roof made of asphalt shingles or wood shingles/shakes with a roofing material that is better suited to resist moisture such as a metal roof or the new algae-resistant asphalt shingles
  • You can install zinc or copper strips near the ridge of your home. Rainwater will collect ions from the metals strips which helps to keep mold from growing

 

Ultimately, taking care of your roof and maintaining it will go a long way in preventing mold development. It will, in the long run, prolong the life of your roof. You should also perform regular inspections to know if mold has gotten a foothold on your roof. You may consider having a professional take a look at the roof annually.

 

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Drainage Solutions for Flat Roofs

new building with flat roofFlat roofs are a fairly common roofing choice for commercial constructions. Flat roofs are relatively inexpensive making them an ideal choice for building owners. On top of improving the aesthetic appeal of many building designs, flat roofs are actually quite durable and resistant to environmental factors that lead to roof damage such as hail and wind. Flat roofs also give ample space for solar panels, air conditioning units, and even rooftop gardens.

The one challenge for having a flat roof is drainage. Slanted roofs allow water to drain automatically but in the case of a flat roof, a built-in drainage system must be put in place to help with moisture and debris removal. Failure to ensure proper drainage in flat roofs may lead to leaks and even structural damage to the building.

Why Proper Drainage for Flat Roofs is Important

Poor drainage on flat roofs leads to the following problems:

  • When water pools on the roof, it cases leaks that can lead to structural damage
  • Extra stress on the building from ice during winter.
  • Debris such as twigs and leaves may accumulate
  • Damage to the caulking and tar due to the water pooling and debris build-up
  • Leaks may even occur near roof features such as chimneys and vent pipes.

Drainage Solutions

Below are drainage alternatives for flat roofs:

Interior Drains

This type of drainage works in a similar manner as the drain in your shower or sink. The drains are installed in the roof where most water is collected. The water is led into a system of pipes installed below the roof. The liquid then travels through these pipes and is dispensed into a gutter or downspouts away from the side of the building.

Interior drains have the following advantages:

  • This drainage option includes a strainer that keeps debris from clogging the pipes.
  • This drainage structure cannot be seen from the street making the building aesthetically pleasing
  • Inner drains are protected by the buildings and walls and so won’t freeze or crack during winter.

Interior drains have their disadvantages. They are a very expensive system to install and while they are not easily susceptible to damage, any damage that occurs will require you to call an expert.

Gutters

This is a choice for many houses and commercial buildings. Gutters catch water as it rolls off the edge of the roof and diverts it into a downspout which in turn safely dispense it away from the building’s foundation.

Gutters are the most affordable drainage solution for flat roofs. Gutters direct runoff away from windows and doors. People approaching your building in bad weather will not be inundated by water coming from your roof.

Many builders will, however, avoid installing gutters due to several potential problems:

  • They are continually exposed to the elements and they may become clogged with debris such as leaves and twigs. Clogged gutters hold water that freezes and causes cracking.
  • Water and debris may be so heavy that it causes the gutters to tear away from the building. This may result in damage to your roof.

Roof and skyScuppers

These are perhaps the most effective solution for flat roofs. This is a drainage system that involves large square openings along the edge of the roof. These shoot water away from the side of the building. It is common to install downspouts directly below these openings to collect the water and drain it away from the building.

Scuppers offer a budget-friendly option for roof drainage. Scuppers are also easy to maintain and rarely get clogged with debris. They may even enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home or building.

Scuppers have several disadvantages:

  • They are not an ideal choice for dealing with water from melting ice or snow.
  • They are less effective on a flat roof with little to no pitch to enable water to flow to the edges.

 

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Tips to Keeping Your Roofing Projects on Schedule

a roofer repairing a damaged roofMany roofing projects run into unexpected delays and challenges that necessitate postponing of the work. The length of a roofing project will depend on several factors including the size of your home, weather conditions, the availability of materials and permits. The ultimate goal of homeowners and roofing contractors is to have the project finish on-schedule. For this to happen, you need to make the proper organization, planning, and communication.

Below are simple tips you can employ to keep your roofing projects on schedule:

Budget

How much you are willing to spend will determine the duration of your roofing project. Some materials may take weeks for the products to be shipped and may require the services of a roofing contractor with specialized skills. If you plan to use exotic materials for your roofing project, you should be prepared for an extended project completion time. Using common materials such as asphalt shingles means your project will progress quickly.

Make sure to factor unforeseen circumstances in your budget. These may result in higher costs from your end so it is always a good idea to have some extra funds to cater for any unforeseen excesses.

Choice of Materials

This is another important factor. The availability of the materials you chose for your roof, flashings, vents, and accessories will definitely determine how long the project will take. Specialty material that may need to be ordered from other places will lead to delay. In contrast, common materials can be generally sourced locally, thus there is little to no delay in starting and completing the project. Always consult your roofing contractor on the availability of the materials you want and the time it will take to get them.

Regulations and Permits

Practically all roofing projects will require a building permit from the local licensing office before the job can begin. Ensure you get the necessary permits early enough to avoid delays down the road. Consult your trusted roofer in advance on which permits you will need for your project. Some contractors may even offer to handle all the necessary preconstruction requirements for you so your project won’t stall once it has begun.

storm illustrationWeather

Roofing projects are an outdoor affair and therefore it will be impossible for your roofing contractor to get the job done in bad weather. The weather is beyond our control but that does not mean you can’t prepare for it. When planning your roofing project, check the weather forecast and pick a season with mild weather to avoid the risk of weather-related delays.

Busy Season

How busy your roofer is when you want to do your roofing project will be a factor in how long the job itself may take. Roofing contractors are busiest in warmer months of spring and summer. Scheduling a roofing project at this time may mean you will wait longer than you planned for since you have to ‘wait in line’. Ask your contractor about their schedule before booking their services to ensure the job is not delayed because of other prior obligations the roofer has to attend to. Alternatively, you could schedule your roofing projects way earlier, in the less busy months.

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All You Need to Know About Roof Coating for Commercial Roofs

Roof coatings are a fairly new addition to the roofing industry. Regardless of the type of commercial roof you have, roof coating systems provide a proven solution for renewing your weathered roof. You can apply roof coatings to any existing commercial building to make a seamless membrane which protects the roof from ponding and severe weather.

roofer applying roof coating

Benefits of Roof Coating

Increases Longevity

This is perhaps the most important benefit of a roof coating system; it increases the longevity of your roof by several years. It also helps to protect the surface of your roof from weather damage and severe UV rays.

Cost Effective

A roof coating will be applied directly on top of your existing roof thereby speeding up the time needed to install and also reducing your cost. You should consider roof coatings especially if your commercial building is suffering from roofing problems but you don’t have the budget to do a replacement. The roof coat will protect the failing roof system from experiencing further damage. Exposure to the elements such as water and sunlight will add extra strain to an already failing roofing system. Adding a roof coating protects your investment and gives you breathing space before you can afford a new roof. After installing a new roof, ensure you add the roof coating immediately.

Energy Efficiency

Heating and cooling costs for a commercial building is usually very high. Roof coating can help lower your energy bills. This is because the coatings are highly reflective which results in a cooler environment inside your building meaning your conditioner is working less than it would normally be required to. This, in turn, lowers your energy utility costs.

Environmentally Friendly

Restoring your already existing roof and re-using current materials will reduce environmental waste. Many coating options are ultra-low or zero Volatile organic compounds(VOCs) thereby reducing the pollution on the environment.

Sustainable

Roof coating systems are renewable and may be re-coated once every 10 years or so. This lengthens the roof’s life, renews its reflectivity and improves the waterproofing capabilities.

Pick an Experienced Contractor

As we have seen, roof coatings are a great product that can be used in nearly all situations. There is, however, one drawback in installing a roof coating system, finding the right company to do the job. Heavy cleaning and clearing are required as preparation for the job. If proper preparation is not done, the roof coating is likely to fail. You need to be careful when choosing the right company for your roof coating project. Make sure you select a roofing contractor with expertise and experience to ensure a professional and quality job is done on your commercial roof.

 

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Signs You May Have a Roof Leak

severe roof leak from the ceilingYour roof is meant to protect your home from the elements, water being one of them. If you put off proper maintenance of your roof, you’re in for some troubling times. Expect your roof to develop a leak at least once or twice throughout its lifetime. If the problem is identified early and action is taken immediately, you won’t have a catastrophe on your hands. Below are telling signs that your roof may be leaking.

Water Stains

An interior water stain which often looks like an extensive puddling ringed in brown will occur when water seeps to your interior walls and ceiling. However, not all water stains will look this way which makes them difficult to spot. Some stains will be difficult to notice if they form in a darkly lit area while others are small stains that indicate a much bigger leak problem. Discoloration should point you to look closely for mold, moisture or other signs of a leak.

Dripping

If you notice a drip from your ceiling or moisture on the walls, you may have a leak somewhere in your roof. Even if the dripping somehow stops, you still need to have your roof checked for a potentially bigger problem. It may be that ice dams have formed on your roof. Ice dams make water move underneath the shingles. This water then refreezes causing random leaks.

damaged shinglesMissing or Damaged Shingles

Missing or damaged shingles and debris in your downspouts indicate damage to your roofing material. A patchy roof is prone to leaking over time. Even if you don’t seek a leak in your home’s interior, there could still be a slow leak in your attic. If you see any missing or damaged shingles, call a roofing contractor to do a thorough inspection so that you may know the exact state of your roof.

Exterior Water Spots

Regularly walk around your house while checking the exterior walls for any water spots or stains. Water spots indicate a problematic issue where your walls meet the roof. Failing flashing could also cause a leak.

Algae and Mold Growth

Mold usually grow in warm, humid climates. Moisture is an important condition for mold to thrive. While they may not impact the lifespan of your roof (if they occur on the surface), mold usually indicate that there could be a potential leak on your roof.

Problems with Gutters and Downspouts

If your gutters, downspouts and splash pans are decaying or are damaged, it may indicate you will soon have a leak. Broken pieces of paint and scraps of roofing may be visible.

 

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Roof Repair or Roof Replacement?

Many homeowners will be quick to jump to the conclusion that they need a roof replacement once they spot a leak in their ceiling. Leaks occur for varied reasons and may mean you require a new roof or just need a less costly repair. There are other numerous reasons that determine if a simple roof repair will solve an issue with your roof or you require a full roof replacement.

Roof Repair

Majority of roofing problems will require a simple repair in order to solve the issue. For example, if you have a newly installed roof and soon after, the shingles are damaged by a storm, it does not make sense to replace the roof. A roof repair is all you need to rectify the problem and maintain the overall quality of the roof.

Also, consider the value. If it costs you a few hundred dollars to repair your roof, there is no need to spend thousands on a replacement.

two roofers repairing a roofRoof Replacement

Roof replacement is the other alternative to roof repairs. Experienced homeowners will immediately know that their roof has seen better days and requires immediate repair. If you are regularly paying for roof repairs, it might make more financial sense to invest in a new roof sooner rather than later. The following factors will determine if you actually need a roof replacement:

The Age of Your Roof

A well-maintained roof should be able to last at least 20 years. It is crucial in terms of the expense that you get the maximum longevity. The age of your roof is thus an important factor in settling the question of whether to repair or replace. Don’t insist on doing repairs on your 25-year-old roof just because the damage doesn’t seem that bad, the old roof might be hiding other potentially worse problems underneath.

Signs of Moisture or Water Damage

Water is quite a destructive element. If water is able to penetrate through your roof’s shingles, it can quickly make its way to your home’s interior. Once there, it can do some serious damage and even cause health problems. Look at your interior walls for moisture marks or brown stains. If the paint is also pealing, it may indicate that your roof is seeping in water.

For a small leak, a short-term repair may be all you need. However, if there is extensive moisture damage to the roof layer, you will need a full roof replacement.

Weather Damage

The roof should be inspected after a recent adverse weather condition such as a tornado or a hurricane. In most cases, such catastrophes will result in a level of damage beyond what is immediately visible. Bigger problems may be lying underneath the roof and it is a far much wiser decision to replace the entire roof.

damaged roofMissing or Damaged Shingles

Your shingles could be curled, split, torn or completely missing, all these conditions could be caused by many reasons. Localized damage may be fixed by a simple repair. However, if more than 30% of the entire roof has been damaged, a new roof may be a better answer.

Trust Your Contractor

A local, trusted and experienced roofing contractor may be of invaluable help in determining whether you need a roof repair or a full roof replacement. Such a contractor will be able to use his keen eye and experience to assess and give a professional opinion. That is why it is always important to develop a good working relationship with an experienced, trusted and local roofing contractor.

 

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All You Should Know About Tesla’s Solar Shingles

There is a general feeling that we should be moving towards renewable energy. Solar provides a clean, reliable and highly available source of renewable energy. One way homeowners could effectively harvest energy from the sun is to install solar panels on top of their own roofs. Unfortunately, these solar panels don’t score well in the looks department. As a result, many homeowners will skip the idea of installing these units. Their bulky appearance is too much for them. Enter Tesla Solar Roof.

solar shingles from TeslaIn 2016, Tesla unveiled its new solar roof tiles that are actually functional solar panels. The company has been working on this product for some time and it features textured glass tiles integrated with solar cells. The tiles are actually aesthetically pleasing; you could call them sexy. They mimic the look of high-end roofing materials such as slate and clay shingles.

The tiles come in four flavors Textured Glass, Slate Glass, Tuscan Glass and Smooth Glass. The good thing about these tiles is that they blend in perfectly and one could even be fooled into thinking there is no solar paneling on the roof at all.

 

 

Pros of Choosing Tesla’s Solar Tiles

  • Tesla knows that looks do matter and took their time to design a gorgeous looking product.
  • These new solar roof tiles are apparently as durable as asphalt shingles. They can be walked on and stand up to the elements as well as other comparable roofing materials. The toughness of the glass used in their construction makes them resilient. They will thus theoretically be able to withstand damage from hail or even debris such as fallen tree branches.
  • These tiles could potentially save you the money you use to pay for electricity from the grid. The solar shingles can come with a Powerwall 2 home battery that you use to store solar energy during the day to power your home at night.
  • Environmentally friendly. Solar is a clean energy source. The new solar shingles ensure that homeowners use an energy source that is sustainable and environment-friendly.

Cons

  • Perhaps the most important consideration everyone is thinking about is the cost. Sola tiles are expensive to Elon Musk, CEO of Teslamanufacture and install, making roof replacement to Tesla’s option quite a costly affair. Musk, the CEO of Tesla was vague when pressed about the price tag of the solar tiles system. If you are thinking of installing the new solar tiles roof just because you will save on your monthly energy bill, you might want to re-do your math again.
  • While this is a promising system, it is relatively new. It, therefore, has not been tried and tested and there are unforeseen issues that will occur with the product. While there is no problem in being an early adopter in the tech industry, you do not want to be in a position where you are the lab rat for an untested product. You will be the unfortunate customer that will have to deal with unforeseen problems with the solar tiles. All these make the new Solar tiles by Tesla a risky investment.

Making the Best Choice

If you live in a high-income area with inflated energy costs and lots of sunlight, opting for Tesla Solar Shingles may make sense. If not, solar panels are the obvious choice for those who want to invest in solar energy to save money. Lastly, if you just want to save money on your utility bills without making a significant investment, consider a new, better-insulated roof.

 

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