Roof blistering occurs when there is a separation between the roof membrane and substrate, leading to moisture accumulation and eventual deterioration of the roof’s components. These blisters can be caused by a variety of factors, including inadequate ventilation, trapped moisture, improper installation of roofing materials, and exposure to extreme temperatures.
In some cases, blistering can lead to much more serious issues such as leaks and structural damage if not promptly addressed. To prevent roof blistering from occurring in the first place, it is important that proper ventilation is installed and that roofers follow industry standards for roof installation.
Shingle blistering is a common issue that often occurs on roofs that have asphalt shingles. Blistering doesn’t always look great and could indicate an underlying problem such as poor ventilation. If left untreated it can compromise your shingle’s integrity – potentially leading to more damage down the line.
Paying close attention to this detail during regular home maintenance can go a long way in protecting your home from further damage and preventing more costly repairs down the road.
If you notice any signs of blistered shingles, contact a knowledgeable professional to assess and determine the best course of action. Taking proactive steps and staying ahead of minor issues like blistering can have major benefits and add years onto your roof lifespan.