Curling roof shingles are quite obvious, and they significantly impact how your roofing looks. They can also lead to serious problems and prevent your roofing system from performing at optimal level.
What is Shingle Curling?
Shingle curling occurs on organic-mat or fiberglass-mat asphalt roof shingles. It can usually be found at the corners of a shingle tab, and it’s often considered a sign of normal wear among old roofs. If this is the case, you’ll have to replace your worn roof with a new one.
Shingle Curling Patterns
It’s a common mistake to use the terms “curling” or “cupping” interchangeably.
Cupping is typically characterized by uplifted shingle perimeters and a concave, or “cupped,” center. Curling occurs at the individual shingle or shingle tab corners.
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