How well your roofing system works depends greatly on the quality of its installation. This means getting the right roofing materials along with superior service from only the best roofing company in your area. The first step to an effective installation starts with your starter shingles. Choosing the wrong type of starters can lead to bigger problems with your roof down the road. That’s why many professionals turn to CertainTeed® and their excellent line of starter shingles for reliability and performance.
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While most roofing materials are designed to withstand large amounts of abuse from the elements, hail damage can still wreak all sorts of havoc on your home. What’s worse, affected shingles are often difficult to spot so homeowners remain unaware their roof has been compromised until the only solution left is an expensive roof replacement. Luckily, insurance can cover most of your wind- and hail-related issues.
Understanding the details of a roofing estimate can be a little confusing. There are so many details to keep track of that a regular layperson with no knowledge at all about how the industry works can easily get overwhelmed. Add that to the fact that any project involving your roof, whether it’s a simple repair job or a full replacement, often carries with it a significant cost, and you have the perfect recipe for a really stressful time.Read More
For all its advantages in strength, durability and, quite recently, looks, metal roofing systems are not the easiest material to install – that is, compared to other common roofing options like asphalt shingles and cement tiles. You can’t entrust a metal roof installation to just any builder. Your roofing company, as well as its contractors, must undergo specialized training in the proper handling, installation and maintenance of metal roofing systems.Read More
Your roof’s likely to suffer some form of damage after an extreme weather event like thunderstorms and hailstorms. In most cases, roof damage is caused by the sheer force and blunt impact of wind and hail. You can, however, take a few measures to lower the chances of your roof getting damaged.Read More