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Roofing 

 
Ridge

The uppermost portion or peak is known as the ridge. Typically this portion of the roof will have ridge cap shingles installed either over a ridge venting system or without the system if the roof has a different ventilating method.

Eave

The lowest horizontal plane of the roof is called the eave. The eave is one part of the roof that is very vulnerable. For this reason, extra protection is built in at the eaves. Typically eaves will have drip edge, starter shingles, modified waterproofing underlayment, and gutters installed there.

Rake

The rake of the roof is the exposed outer portion of a gable roof that extends from the eave to the ridge. Drip edge is also installed along the rake.

Gable

A gable roof has only two sides, with a ridge at the top and rakes sloping the roof.

Hip

Unlike gable roofs that have only two sides , both of which are exposed, a hip roof will have 3 or 4 sides and none of the edges of a hip roof are exposed. The edges of a hip roof will have hip and ridge shingles installed just like the ridge.

Valley

The valley of a roof is the low point between two sloping roofs where the two roof roofs intersect. The following three pictures below are examples of different types of valleys.

Fascia

The fascia is a vertical finishing edge connected to the ends of the rafters, trusses, or the area where the gutter is attached to the roof.

 

Asphalt Shingles

Asphat Shingle | Linnert Roofing

Economical to produce, relatively easy to install and widely available, asphalt shingles are today’s most popular roofing material—not only because they’re less costly than wood, wood shakes, tile, metal or slate, but also because their guaranteed life span pits them favorably against competitors. At least a dozen major U.S. and Canadian building-product manufacturers market asphalt shingles, including GAFOwens Corning, and Atlas.

 

Asphalt’s primary purpose in roofing shingles is to serve as a waterproofing agent. Asphalt also holds the granules in place and adds to the overall strength of the roofing shingle. The best asphalt will stay flexible and will not dry out or become hard or brittle for the expected life of the roofing shingle.

 

 

 

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East 26th ST Suite 302  
Minneapolis  MN 55404

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