– a visual representation of information or data e.g. as a chart or diagram
“A good infographic is worth a thousand words.”
If you are a frequent internet user, chances are that you have already come across some infographic. Infographics are a fun and quick way to learn about a topic without a ton of heavy reading. There are many different styles of infographics and data visualization, but the ultimate goal for all infographics is to share information and to be shared.
Infographic is a data rich visualization of a story, idea, information or thesis. It is one of the best tools to educate and inform as well as a way to build brand awareness. Studies show that a high quality infographic is 30 times more likely to be read than the text articles. Mainly because 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual and 40% of people respond better to visual information than text. The popularity of infographics is growing each and every day.
Because of that, we decided to make an infographic about how to tell whether you need a new roof. As we said, infographics are more appealing to the people than the information in text format. We live in a busy, fast paced world and often time we are unable to sit down for 30 minutes to read long articles about specific topics, no matter how interested we are in that topic. Infographics are important because they change the way people find and experience stories, especially now when more and more infographics are being used to augment editorial content on the web. Infographics create a new way of seeing the world data, and they help communicate complex ideas in a clear and beautiful way.
Our infographic can show you and let you know whether you need a new roof. We made it based on our experience and years in the roofing business. Roofs tend to wear down over time if not properly maintained and they need to be replaced. The average lifespan of a roof is about 20 years, but you can prolong it by proper and frequent maintenance. Another sign that you need a new roof may appear in a form of shingle chunks. If you start finding them, chances are you need a new roof. Also, if you notice that the sunlight is coming through the roof that is a pretty bad sign. If a light can get through your roof to the attic that means that so can snow, rain and moisture. All of that can lead to big and expensive problems.
We at A&H want to make sure that from the initial introduction to the end of your project is second to none. We believe that our relationship starts when your project is finished! Contact one of our specialist in our offices in Raleigh, Cary,Tampa and Charlotte today to help you find the best option.