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Roof Repair

Roof Repair Deciding whether or not its time to replace or repair your roof is a serious consideration. Re-roof too soon and you waste money, time and aggravation. Wait too long, and you’ll end up with thousands in damages from leaks. Like all things in life, nothing lasts forever, not even that fancy roof of yours. But when it comes to repairs you want to get the timing just right. To do this, you need to regularly (once a year or so) assess the overall condition of your roof and work with a roofing professional to identify early signs of failure. With the national average cost for a shingle roof running around $21,500, opting for roof repair and maintenance is often a solid option to extend the life of your roof without risking damages from leaks. This is especially true if the majority of your roof is in decent shape minus a few spots that have taken a beating. Annual inspections can help you budget and plan for necessary repairs. Early signs of trouble include:

October 21st, 2020|

Hiring Residential Roofing

Crucial Points To Consider When Hiring A Residential Roofing Contractor Nothing is as frustrating as dealing with a leaking or damaged roof. It can lead to roof rot and, in severe cases, destroy the whole roof entirely. As a homeowner, choosing the right roofing residential contractor can be a daunting task. This is because there are so many residential roofers these days, and choosing the best one for you is not a walk in the park. It is not as easy as hiring the first contractor you find online. You have to do your due diligence to ensure that you get the right professional for the job. So, if this is you, and you are confused about how to go about it, worry not! Below is a guide to help you navigate this process. Go Local One of the enormous mistakes homeowners use is to hire residential roofers that are not local to their area. This becomes a problem since they do not know your area's rules and regulations, and may end up breaking the

October 21st, 2020|

Residential Roofing Materials

Residential Roofing Materials Roofs, like anything in life, have an expiration date. A high quality roof can last anywhere from 15-30 years depending on the materials used and the level and quality of installation. But one day you may look up to see your roof looking a little worse for wear. Hopefully you notice this BEFORE any major leaks or issues arise. When its time to look into residential roof replacements, repair or restoration you’ll likely have many questions that need answering. Some common inquiries from home owners looking for residential roofing services include: Do I need a total replacement or just repairs / patching? How long do I have before I actually need a new roof What are the best materials for my roof What options are available within my budget And more… Consulting with a professional residential roofing services company (like ours) is a great first step to learning more about the options that are best suited for your specific circumstance. Read on to learn more about common residential roofing materials. Common Residential

October 21st, 2020|

Hail Damage to Roofs

Hail Damage to Roofs In 2016 alone the United States was hammered with 5,601 hail storms as reported by the NOAA Severe Weather Database. And those were just the ones of “significant” magnitude. With hail storms capable of dropping ice bombs as large as 4 inches, these freaks of nature can cause massive hail damage to roofs and roofing materials. However, its not just the “big” storms that produce hail damage to roofs. Smaller storms producing much less significant hail can cause micro damages that are often left unnoticed from the ground. And let’s face it, when was the last time you went up on your roof to conduct an inspection? What dаmаgе саn hail dо to уоur roof? While major damages form hail can often be seen from the ground, but thе dаmаgеs to your rооf and peaks wіll not bе аѕ оbvіоuѕ. Hail damage results іn a random раttеrn of ѕtrіkе mаrkѕ іn dіffеrеnt sizes. This may be visually identifiable as dents, сrасkѕ оr bare asphalt (іf you hаvе аѕрhаlt ѕhіnglеѕ оn уоur

October 21st, 2020|

Getting a New Roof Installed

Getting a New Roof Installed Your roof provides a vital and essential function for your home…literally “keeping a roof over your head”. However, the roof is also the part of your house that takes the most beating, being exposed directly to rain, wind, ice, snow, hail, and often tree limbs. When in comes to maintaining the “roof over your head”, the smart money is often on having a new roof installed. But before doing so there are a number of things to consider. This short guide will touch on a few of them, but its always best to give a professional a call. Friendly service reps are more than happy to help you figure out the best options that work within your budget, and they can offer individualized advice not found online. Quick tips on what to consider when getting a new roof installed: Roof size & dimensions Pitch (steep roofs take a lot more time and materials to cover than a flat roof) Type of application (how it's installed on your roof deck) Materials

October 21st, 2020|
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