Your roof. Excluding rafters, this two-inch layer is meant to protect the entire structure from the elements. That includes high and low temperatures, rain, ultraviolet radiation, snow, ice, and hailstones. It’s also required to stand up to hurricanes, tornadoes, microbursts, and blizzards.
Which means, your roof is the most important element of your home in a high wind event. What are you doing to protect it?
In this post, we explore why roofs fail, the best building practices for a high-performance roof, and how seaming tape can help.