We cannot deny that the installation of a roofing system is unapologetically the utmost important aspect out of all the repair work of the home. No matter what, the fact remains that a failed roof can wreak havoc!
It is not safe to gamble with the safety of your family. Roof repairs should not be delayed nor should roof replacement be taken lightly. Now, would you want to allow water from the roof trickle down on the new flat-screen TV? So, brush up on the basics we have put down here to decide what kind of roof replacement you need.
Just about a few basics:
Your location greatly dominates your choice of roofing material. Well, your personal taste is also another factor working behind your amazing roofing system. While we commonly use the metal roofing system, some areas call for the installation of asphalt shingles.
Here are some other common choices that we have for you:
• Slate roofing
• Ceramic or clay
• Composition slate
• Wood shingles
The cost factor- we think of your spending:
Our costing of the roofing factor largely depends on your choice of roofing material. The average spending can range from cheap asphalt composition shingles up to architectural shingles or slate. The costing also depends on the contractor you choose. We can boast that if you choose us, you save on big bucks. We even take the steepness of your roof and the area of the roof to be covered into consideration before furnishing you with the costing. So, when you think of a new roofing system, we consider these factors for you.
What would you choose- layering or stripping off the old roofing system?
Another important question that now rises is should you tear off your old roofing system or consider a second layering? Whatever you choose, we make sure to sit with you to weigh the pros and cons carefully before getting on with the work. Interestingly, due to safety reasons son e regions in America has banned the practice of second layering. If you ask us, we will say that complete tear-off of the previous roofing system poses as a safer option.
• A second layer should be kept way away from the home, as the weight might become an extra burden on your roof. It can get too heavy for the layers underneath, especially for older homes
• When you put a new layer above an old one, bumps, waves or bubbles may start to exist. This can land you with an ugly and unattractive roof. Why would you want to make your home look ugly now?
We want your roofing system to last for years:
A well put together roofing system by our experts is a sight to behold. It improves the appeal of your home aesthetically. Considering every aspect, the roofing system can be a tad bit costly, as quality and the cost go hand in hand here. But, when it comes to roofing, quality roughly translates to a long-lasting roofing system. Yes, we are talking about the longevity of the roofing.
Consider the following options from us for the longevity of your roofing system:
Wood shake shingle roofing: These are thicker than the ordinary wood shingles, thus, naturally stronger! You can expect them to last for over 30 years.
Standing-Seam Metal Roof: Lasting for up to 50 years, this type of roofing system is gaining popularity in areas vulnerable to wildfire.
Cement tile roof: believe it or not, they will stick to you for generations! Their lifespan is a minimum of 100 years. The cement roof is the Achilles of the roofing systems.
We have a secret to share:
Psst! Do you want to know a secret on saving up on the money you earned with blood and sweat? Simply consider off-season roofing work by us. You will enjoy low prices and a larger team of experts will be there to serve you.
Have questions to help on your decision? Call at 774-245-6455. We would love the opportunity to inspect your roof and help you resolve any potential issues that could result in costly repairs.

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