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Residential Roofing


Shingle Roofing

Shingle-Roofing The most economical choice for most homeowners. Shingle roofing materials are primarily composed of a reinforced fiberglass mat and asphalt. The look and durability of today’s shingle products can mimic the look of slate and wood cedar shake roofs at a fraction of the cost. Products are available with warranties ranging from 30 years to 40 and 50 years. Algae resistant features found in today’s fiberglass asphalt shingles are guaranteed to stand up to diverse weather conditions and protect your most valuable investments.

Advantages of Shingle Roofing

  1. Costs – typically lower than any other form of steep slope roofing
  2. Durability
  3. Appearance – variety of colors and styles to choose from
  4. Warranties
  5. Strong wind ratings

Limitations of Shingle Roofing

  1. Applications under a 3/12 roof pitch require certain precautions prior to installation

New-Roof-Installation For many homeowners, the experience of installing a new roof on their home is a once or possibly twice in a lifetime experience. With this site, it is our goal to provide the discerning homeowner with information that both answers questions they may have on the re-roofing process and to prompt a possible new list of questions the homeowner may not have considered asking.

Regardless of which roofing contractor you select for your project, we hope this information helps make your re-roofing experience as pleasant and satisfying as possible.

Frequently Asked Roofing Questions

Do I Need To Be Home To Obtain An Estimate?

No. We will obtain the necessary measurements and inspections from outside the home.

However, meeting with our estimator allows you the opportunity to discuss your specific goals in obtaining a new roof.

When requesting an estimate, our technicians will be happy to discuss the project with you, just let us know, so we can schedule a mutually satisfactory time. Otherwise, our associates can collect the necessary information without you having to be there.

My Roof Has Only One Layer At This Time. Can I Layover The Existing Shingles – Or Is It Better To Have Them Removed?

What Weight Felt Paper Should Be Used?

When are the roofing materials delivered and will they block access to my driveway or garage?

Do I need to be home while the work is in progress?

Will there be any accumulated dust or debris in my attic area?

Do I need to protect items inside my house from possible damage?

Will the sides of my house and landscaping be damaged?

My Children Play In The Yard. Will Discarded Nails Be A Safety Concern?

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