A roofer's job is often considered one of the most difficult, if not the most difficult, of all roofing jobs, as the roof is often the largest and most visible part of a structure. A roof, like any other structure, is subject to wear and tear and exposure to weather and other factors. A roofing repair may not be necessary or even possible if the roof has been properly installed by a competent roofer who is experienced with the roofing materials as well as the mechanical and construction aspects of roofing. It is best if the roofer is able to address any potential problems with your roof before they become a problem. This way, you are assured of having the roof of your dreams, which will last for years to come.
The roofing is usually the covering of a structure, comprising all structures and materials needed to support it upon the roof of the structure, or upon uprights, giving protection from rain, sun, snow, extreme weather, and winds. It is often made of metal or ceramic tiles, with insulated glass or polyethylene foam as the top layer, to allow maximum absorption of heat, minimizing heat transfer and reflecting heat to lower floors. In some constructions, tiles are also used for the roofing, together with slates or planks made of clay or slate. Roofs may be of different types, for example roofing of single or multistory buildings, public edifices or private residences, with varying degrees of roof materials. Roofing may serve a number of purposes: it may protect the structural member of a structure (the building itself), or protect the living space (the dwelling).