The roof of your home can account for as much as 40% of the visible exterior. In light of its high visibility and today’s lifetime roofing options, you’ll want to take your time selecting roofing contractors in Detroit, material for your home, whether you want roof repair Detroit services or roof installation. You’ll likely want to consider the materials durability, aesthetics, affordability, and future maintenance.
Roofing Above All, roofing contractor Detroit professionals, typically perform roof installation with asphalt shingles. This traditional material is easy to find, easy to maintain and comes in an ever expanding variety of styles and colors. And, let’s not forget, asphalt shingles offer homeowners a value that no other high-end roofing material can compete with in roof installation.
Roof Repair or New Roof Installation
In the interest of saving time and money, some homeowners are curious about the possibility of re-roofing over the old shingles, instead of removing them. While re-roofing over a single layer of shingles is acceptable, it is never Roofing Above All’s professional recommendation. The likelihood of previous issues, like leaks from wind driven rains, showing up again are much higher. And some roofing contractors Detroit experts contend that double layers of shingles on your roof installation can hold heat and moisture, increasing cooling costs and shortening their lifespan.
Tearing off the old roof allows us to thoroughly inspect your existing roof decking, make needed roof repairs to its surface and then start fresh installing the most up to date roofing materials on your home. That includes leading-edge vapor barriers, waterproof underlayments for trouble potential spots and any one of a staggering variety of shingle styles and colors, many of which include lifetime warranties.
Your Roofing Above All Roofing Contractors will help you determine best products and approach for roof repair and roof installation for your home. Call the leading roofing company in Detroit today!
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