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How do I know if I need a new roof?

Most older roofing shingles have a 15- to 30-year lifespan depending on the shingles’ quality, the location, foliage around your home, and how well the roof was installed originally. Direct sunlight, weather/wind damage, and poor ventilation can shorten the life of your roof.

The CertainTeed and GAF shingles we use today have lifetime warranties, but that hasn’t always been the case. We advise that 12-15 years is a good rule of thumb to go by. At that point, check for these warning signs:

  • Curling shingles
  • Loss of the asphalt granulation (looks like bald spots)
  • Evidence of leaking on your ceilings
  • Missing shingles
  • Visible cracks
  • Broken or damaged shingles
  • Rusted or missing flashing

If your roof is older than 15 years old, we recommend to give us a call so that we can come out and assess for replacement.

How much will a new roof cost?

Our technicians will inspect your roof and will let you know the best system for your home.

The price of a new roof system varies widely, depending on such things as the materials selected and the warranty selected.

Our shingle roof estimates offer a variety of options, including 3-tab vs. architectural, 10/20/25 year warranties, etc.

Our flat roof systems offer a variety of options including modified bitumen. PTO and coatings, warranties, etc.

How much will a new roof cost?

Our technicians will inspect your roof and will let you know the best system for your home.

The price of a new roof system varies widely, depending on such things as the materials selected and the warranty selected.

Our shingle roof estimates offer a variety of options, including 3-tab vs. architectural, 10/20/25 year warranties, etc.

Our flat roof systems offer a variety of options including modified bitumen. PTO and coatings, warranties, etc.

What’s the difference between architectural and 3-tab shingles?
Architectural
  • Dimensional, various sized tabs
  • Heavier, weight appx. 50% more than 3-Tab
  • Thicker and have a longer warranty, usually
  • More expensive
3-Tab
  • Flat, one size tab
  • Lighter weight
  • Shorter warranty, may need to be replaced sooner
  • Less expensive
How much will a new roof cost?

Our technicians will inspect your roof and will let you know the best system for your home.

The price of a new roof system varies widely, depending on such things as the materials selected and the warranty selected.

Our shingle roof estimates offer a variety of options, including 3-tab vs. architectural, 10/20/25 year warranties, etc.

Our flat roof systems offer a variety of options including modified bitumen. PTO and coatings, warranties, etc.

What type of roofs do you offer?

We offer a roof system which depends on your roofing needs.

We only offer asphalt shingled roofs for pitched-roof homes and membranes for flat-roofed homes (modified bitumen. PTO, coatings).

Can we replace our roof during the winter?

We can install your roof all year round, except for the days with severe weather conditions: rain, thunderstorms, day temperature lower than 38F, etc.

How long will the roof install take?

The duration of the project depends upon the size of your roof. It will usually take one day; at a maximum, two days.

What happens on installation day?

On installation day, your home will essentially become a construction site. The crew will use tarps to cover the immediate grounds around your home, as this will also assist with proper site cleanup. As the project starts, old shingles will be removed, nails will fly away and wind will blow shingles. Be advised – all will be cleaned and a magnetic sweep is completed to remove all debris and materials before we finish work on your home.

*Please be aware that your roof has been there for approx 15 to 20 years accumulating dust, pollen and tree debris. All that dirt will be in the air when our technicians take off the shingles.

*Crew members will remove the shingles from the roof and one member is responsible for throwing them down to a crew member on the ground to place them in the dumpster. This is why the dumpster needs to be located close to your home.

*Once we take the shingles and underlayment off, we will check the wood decking for damaged/rotten areas. A new roof cannot be installed on sub-par decking. We will replace damaged decking at a cost agreed in the installation contract.

*New underlayment is installed and then the new shingles.

*The crew members will clean as best as they can the blown shingles, nails or debris and put all in the dumpster.

*Dumpster will be collected the evening of or the day following your installation. The driver will clean up the area where the dumpster was located.

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