Roofing issues

Roofing issues


After a while, the asphalt shingle that contains the protective granules hardens. This results in the detachment of the granules and causes the appearance of small cracks and fissures on the surface.This happens to all roofs of shingles, but excessive degranulation damages your roof and takes away several years of life, this also leads to an accumulation This is your responsibility now to examine your roof for any apparent damage. If you ever discover something, it is important to plan repairs so that the situation does not get worse.


Cornering of shingle corners occurs when roof ventilation is not optimal, causing the shingle to overheat. Sometimes it can also be due to too high humidity inside. Once the corners are in this position, strong winds and freezing over the winter will cause much faster damage to your roof.


This is one of the most obvious apparent damages to spot on your shingle roof. Once the shingle is corrugated, the wind can pull the corners easily.

Most of the time this problem is due to poor ventilation inside the roof but sometimes it can also be the result of a still water deposit in the roof.


Tearing parts of your shingle is one of the most serious problems, locations where the shingle has broken down is a considerable weakness and increases the risk of water infiltration.

This problem is sometimes caused by snow removal from your shingle. winter roofing or the exposure of your roof to strong winds, the top of the roof is the place most at risk.

Visible damage

on your asphalt shingle

Over time, your shingle roof absorbs moisture, which at times leads to breaks in your roof. Spray Seal is embedded in your shingle and bonds together cracks and granulation, which adds to your roof for many years to come.

Your shingle roof contains aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons. When the heat hits the shingle, it starts to decompose and then begins to absorb the UV rays of the sun, this creates small cracks and reduces the granules which have the role of protecting your shingle.

If you do nothing, the cracks will let water get into the shingles and over time, your shingle roof will absorb moisture, creating mold.

The shingle would then show visible damage and the roof would start to sink. At this point, repairs would be absolutely necessary. Spray Seal prolongs the life of your roof because it forms a protective layer that resists water, it holds water to stick in the bitumen and also keeps the asphaltic oils from disappearing. Spray Seal turns into a sticky membrane that sticks directly to the granules, protects the asphalt from damage and prevents the shingle from rising during high winds, even five years after the application of the product.

Spray Seal extends the life of your roof!