3 Tips to improve roof ventilation

The most popular type of home roof ventilation in Nevada and most of America is passive vertical ventilation. This does not use anything mechanical and relies solely on convection to release hot air and pull cooler outside air into the house.

Roof ventilation is important because hot air carries water vapor.

Types of roof ventilation and their benefits

In a previous post, we discussed the signs that you need better roof ventilation for your Nevada home. Here, we’ll take a look at ventilation methods, the most common vent options available for each method, and how they may be what you need for your roof.

D&D Roofing Contributes to the Village on Sage Street!!

D&D Roofing and Sheet Metal is humbled and honored to be part of such a great and necessary improvement to our community.  The Village on Sage Street recently completed the addition of a pavilion for it's occupants, giving them a space to gather and socialize outdoors while still under the protection of a roof.

The whys and hows of autumn roof maintenance

With its crisp air and soft winds, autumn brings milder weather than summer. In Nevada, a 100°F temperature in summer can drop to 75°F in early autumn, and can even go down to as low as 31°F just before winter. But while the threats of weather to your roof are less harsh in autumn, it doesn’t mean that you should slack off on roof protection.