Q. How do I know if I need a roof replacement or just roof repair?
Leaks or temperature inconsistencies in your home could mean your roofing system isn’t working properly. If you’re seeing signs of wear and tear on roofing shingles, noticing drips or peeling paint in your rooms or seeing water spots on the ceiling, it’s time to think about a roof replacement. A free in-home consultation from a licensed and insured roofing contractor can determine if your roof is in need of a replacement.
Q. What happens during my roof installation consultation?
During a free in-home consultation, an expert will tell you about our different roofing materials and show actual samples of roof shingles that are available. Our roof installation contractor will also explain how a roof replacement works and recommend a personalized solution for your home and budget.
Q. What types of roofing materials can be installed?
Depending on your home’s roof, there are a handful of different style and color options for new roof shingles. The most common roof installation is performed with asphalt shingles, a fairly inexpensive, durable material that is flexible to work in many different installation options. Shingle shapes can range from architectural to three tab, with color options that typically include shades of black, brown, gray, and green.
Q. Which roof shingles are the best?
There are many factors to consider when choosing a new roof, including style, color, durability, warranties and installation. For asphalt roofs, traditional, three-tab flat asphalt shingles offer more value and performance than industry-standard shingles. Also, their color is blended for a natural look. Architectural shingles create a multidimensional effect and feature laminated construction to lengthen shingle life.
Q. What can I expect from my roof replacement service?
High-quality roofing materials and new shingles delivered to your home, removal of old roof shingles, authorized roof installers with industry-leading standards performing the roof replacement, debris removal and a final inspection after the new roof is installed.