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Union Roofing Sheds Light on Common Summertime Roofing Issues

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Updated 10:47 AM CDT, Thu, August 02,2018

Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/02/2018 -- Union Roofing would like to shed light on some of the seasonal problems that afflict residential and commercial roofs most often during the summer months. Offering the best in roofing for Upper Darby, PA, and other PA and NJ areas, Union Roofing's team is the one to call in case of any summer-related roof damage.

Beginning with the damage that can result from the heat and sun, Union Roofing states that as a roof is exposed to intense sunlight for long stretches of time, the UV rays can bring about a deterioration in wood and asphalt shingles. Furthermore, roofs can even cyclically expand and contract in tandem with the summer's rises and dips in temperature, cracking the tar paper that is found beneath tile roofs.

Union Roofing also points out that summer storms can bring about roof damage, not just in the way of lightning and rain but also through hailstorms. Hailstorm-damage is particularly common on the East Coast of the U.S., and Union Roofing advises inspecting one's property in the wake of severe summer storms.

Even algae and moss can cause roof damage. As warmer temperatures and higher precipitation mix in the summer months, algae and moss can grow and proliferate in one's roof shingles and ultimately weaken them, thus causing roof and ceiling leaks.

Those who are seeking roofing contractors in Camden, NJ, and other nearby areas are encouraged to contact Union Roofing today by calling them at (215) 550-1014 or by visiting their site at

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For over 36 years, Union Roofing has provided the Philadelphia and New Jersey region with quality roofing services. They supply homes and businesses with excellence on every single project. This reliable company strives to satisfy their customers and ensure that every project is held to a high standard.

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