During your roof replacement, you will receive a full services job. This will include tearing down all the old materials used to hold your previous roof. It will include applying new flashing to your roof and removing the shingles of your old roof. The roof decking will be removed along with the underlayment. All materials that have been removed will be replaced with new durable versions. The roof will be replaced by new materials that are stronger and will last your building longer. You will also receive drip edging and ice dam protection for your roof, keeping it sustainable for a longer life expectancy than before.
How Long Does Re-Roofing Last
Re-roofing doesn’t last as long as a correctly installed roof. Your reroofing will last you anywhere between 10-20 years. This, however, does contribute to the current life span of your roof. This may hold your roof out longer than you expected and be more cost-effective than having a new roof installed. Your reroofing, however, is based on the climate and temperature where you are based. Your contractor will discuss this with you and plan out your options that best suit the climate around your home. Your roofing is important to the structural build. This is why the best possible roofing solution needs to be found to keep your roof and your home safe.
Difference Between Re-Roofing And A New Roof
If you are wondering whether you need a new roof or you should have your roof repaired. We have the answer for you. A newly installed roof is always a better option than re-roofing. But for those who cannot replace their roof, a repair service is effective and costs you less. There are different levels of reroofing and replacement. If you have a single level home, reroofing will be easy to do the job. If you have a double story and multiple roofing levels, this can cause the job to become trickier. There may be complex problems faced, but we have never backed down from a challenge.
When Should You Re-Roof
If you have noticed your roof has been curling, lifting or simply looking as if it’s about to fall apart at any moment. It is time to consider re-roofing; however, it is easier to consider when you only have a one-story home. It is said that reroofing your home can decrease the life expectancy of your home by 30%. This is one of the disadvantages of reroofing. Our contractors are skilled at reroofing multiple stories and their roofs. We have ensured that our contractors can provide this service and produce good results for our customers. We understand that it’s not always possible to completely replace your roof unexpectedly.