Asphalt shingle care isn’t new.
It was first popularized in the late 1940s, when the construction industry was booming.
When shingling contractors replaced concrete and steel with asphalt, they didn’t have to worry about getting the asphalt shings ready for the job.
Nowadays, the only way to keep shingled roofs from falling down is to have a contractor remove the concrete and the asphalt.
But even if you’re not going to have that, you can still save money on asphalt care.
Here’s how to use this DIY technique to keep your roof shinglings looking fresh and safe.