IBHS: Stronger roofs could help homes be more resilient

Building stronger roofs could help make homes more resistant to disaster, according to building and insurance groups.

April 24, 2013

Building stronger roofs could help make homes more resistant to disaster, according to building and insurance groups. A simple change, such as the use of ring shank nails instead of staples or regular nails for roof sheathing, can strengthen a roof and make it more resistant to blowing off, according to the Institute for Business and Home Safety.

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