Roof Replacement

How it works – New Roof Installation step by step

This is not to be taken lightly but it’s a piece of cake for roof contractors. From a customer’s point of view, this is a pretty serious work to be done but for someone who does it every day it’s just another roof to be replaced.
However, there are some rules to follow before re-roofing your house. The roofing company has to inspect the roof and give special attention to some details. They need to check the roof for any rotted plywood below the shingles and any missing parts of the roof that need to be replaced.
Upon an inspection, the estimation is made. The customer is filled in with all sort of information related to the roof replacement costs. What is included in the price and what is not? What materials are provided? How long will the replacement take? The customer must know 100% what is going on with his roof and what methods are used to fix it.
Another thing that the roofer must consider is the amount of time and inconvenience the process may cost their customers. The company has to make sure that they are able to get the job done in a relatively short period of time and under good weather conditions.

New Roof Installation

Regularly Inspect Your New Roof to Extend It’s Life

After getting roof replaced-keep it maintained! Maintaining your property well will prevent it from any future repairs and expenses. Each season examine and clean your new roof so it can last you years to come!

  • Winter – Inspect the roof after winter or heavy snow storm for any leaks. Standing water from melting snow can weaken a roof. If left unattended, moisture can seep into the building and create mold.
  • Autumn – Do not forget about autumn after leaves have fallen from trees! Any debris leaves and other items need to be cleared out before they clog gutters and stop rainwater form draining properly leaving a roof with standing water.
  • Spring – In early spring look carefully for any cracked or missing shingles and any problems that may have developed during harsh winter conditions.
  • Summer – During summer, examine your roof for any loose seams or peeling wallpaper. Some materials are more sensitive to UV radiation than others and so the material can either peel off or simply get old faster. The excessive heat may cause already old shingles or shakes to be useless.