You may notice that some residential roofs have shingles that resemble interlocking or jigsaw puzzle pieces. These are known as T-lock shingles. If you have these type of shingles, then our expert advice is to replace them if you can afford to do so. This is especially the case if you plan to sell your home one day.
T-Lock shingles were a mainstay from the 1930s up until the 1980s. Installers used these for homes located in wind-prone cities. The shingles contained high concentrations of asphalt. This increased the shingles’ weight, making them more resistant to heavy winds. Continue Reading →