Welcome, here we answer some of the most common questions about roofing. Whether you’re a homeowner, building owner, or contractor, we hope this section provides you with valuable insights into roofing products, services, and maintenance.

Frequently Asked Questions

We recommend having your roof inspected at least once a year, especially if it's over 10 years old. Regular inspections can catch minor issues before they turn into major problems.

The lifespan of a residential roof depends on the type of material and environmental factors, such as climate and weather conditions. Asphalt shingles typically last between 15-25 years, while metal roofs can last up to 50 years or more.

Most Residential homes are completed in a single day.

The cost of replacing a residential roof varies depending on several factors, such as the size of your roof, the type of material used, and the complexity of the installation. On average, homeowners can expect to spend between $15,00 and $25,000 for a new roof.

Some common signs that your roof may need to be replaced include missing or cracked shingles, water stains on your ceiling or walls, leaks in your attic or crawl space, and visible wear and tear.

When choosing a residential roofing contractor, look for a company with a good reputation, plenty of experience, and proper licensing and insurance. Ask for references and read online reviews to ensure that the contractor you choose has a track record of delivering high-quality work.

Gutters are channels that are installed along the roofline of your home to collect and redirect rainwater away from your foundation. Without gutters, rainwater can cause significant damage to your home's foundation, landscaping, and exterior surfaces. Gutters are an important investment that can protect your home from water damage and costly repairs.

Gutters should be cleaned at least twice a year, preferably in the spring and fall. Neglecting to clean gutters regularly can cause debris to build up, which can lead to clogging and water overflow. Clogged gutters can cause water to seep into your home's walls and foundation, leading to water damage, mold growth, and costly repairs.

You may need new gutters or gutter covers if you notice signs of damage, such as rust, cracks, or leaks. Other signs include water overflow, sagging gutters, or visible damage. Gutter covers are a great option for homeowners who want to prevent clogging and reduce the frequency of gutter cleaning. There are several types of gutter covers available, including mesh, screen, and reverse curve designs.

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