Shingle roofing systems are more than just what you see from your front yard. First, consider your roofs physical structure and climate where you live. Not all shingle roof systems belong on all homes or in all climates.
Depending on the type of roof structure, you can choose to use a synthetic or organic underlayment material. Both have positives and negatives, but it really depends on the overall roofing system that you want installed.
You also get a ventilation assessment from a qualified professional. Ventilation is key in increasing the performance and longevity of your roof.
Now is a good time to make sure that your attic insulation is still installed properly, as it can be easily accessed or repaired during the roofing process from the outside.
Once you have found the best shingle roofing system for your property, it is time to pick a specific brand of product.
Most shingles have the same properties but have a few varying characteristics that may make you choose one over the other. Things like color pattern, wind rating, hail rating and even fire rating can be different based on the manufacturer or style of shingle.
Shingle roofing is typically the easiest to remove and replace, depending on your existing roofing systems of course. Most jobs can be completed in 1 or 2 days.
Delivery of material, along with a large trash receptacle, can be expected at your home days prior to installation.
Our crews will protect your landscaping and also walk through some minor checklist items about safety during the process.
Once the 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.
Considering A New Shingle Roof?
Shingle roofing is the most common type of roofing in the United States. Many times, shingle roof systems can have the life extended with just a few adjustments or repairs. Ventilation plays a major role in the life span of a shingle roof.