There is a lot more to shingle roofing systems than what you can see from your front yard. First consider the physical structure of your roof and climate you live in. Not all shingle roof systems will work on all homes or in all climates.
Depending on the structure of your roof, you may choose to use a synthetic or organic underlayment material. Each has benefits and disadvantages, but it really depends on the roofing system that you want installed on your home.
It is important to get a ventilation assessment from a qualified professional. Ventilation plays a huge roll in the performance and longevity of your roof.
Now is the best time to make sure your attic insulation is working properly, as it can easily be improved while your roofs is being installed from the outside.
Once you have decided on the best shingle roofing system for your home, it is time to pick a specific brand or product.
Most shingles have similar properties but may have some unique features that you may prefer. Things like color pattern, wind rating, hail rating and even fire rating can be different depending on which shingle product or style you choose.
Depending on your current roof system, shingle roofing is typically the easiest to remove and replace. Most jobs can be completed in as little as 1 to 2 days.
Expect a delivery of material and a large trash receptacle at your home a couple of days before your installation is scheduled to take place.
Our roofing crews will protect your landscaping and walk through some minor checklist items with your before we begin.
Once your existing roof has been removed, the wood sub straight will be examined to make sure it is in good condition and ready for the new product to be installed on top of it.
Considering A New Shingle Roof?
Shingle roofing is the most commonly used roofing system in the United States. Many times shingle roof systems will have their life extended with just a few adjustments or repairs. Ventilation also plays an important role in the life span of your shingle roof.