Your roof constantly faces weather extremes and harsh elements. Over time, small openings can develop and cause water to seep into the material below and your attic. This can lead to costly roof repair and water damage to the rest of your house when not addressed immediately.
It usually takes a few days to replace the roof of an average-sized, single-family home. The job means that multiple people will be walking around the top of your house. Expect that there will be a lot of construction, noise and mess.
By now, you may have realized that it’s inevitable that your home will suffer some form of damage after a storm. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do anything about it.
Constant communication between the roofing contractor and the homeowner is key to successful roofing projects. Having an idea on a roof replacement’s timeline can reduce the risk of miscommunication.
Any roofing contractor will tell you that there’s an abundance of options when it comes to choosing your new roof. Indeed, there are numerous brands out there that offer a wide array of choices when it comes to roofing material, color, durability and longevity. But while these brands may be able to back up their[...]
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