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4 Reasons Missing Shingle Granules Are Bad for Your Roof

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The shingles used to cover many roofs generally have an outer layer of rough granules that give them a texture similar to sandpaper. Many people assume those granules are only present to make the roof safer to walk across whenever additional work is required, but they actually help protect the roof itself. Unfortunately, granular loss can develop over time. When it does, you may notice dull or worn patches across your roof — in some cases, you may even notice granules collecting around drains after heavy rainfall. Read More»