A-Denver Roofing. Expert Residential Roofing Specialists
Residential Roofing Specialists
When it comes to re-roofing a single-family home, seeking reaffirmation and checking facts with a professional is not a bad thing. Sometimes professional advice will get us on the right track and keep us from making costly and time consuming mistakes. Wasting money or wasting time is not fun, and wasting both is maddening. While being a thrifty shopper is generally a good thing, I’ve learned, and relearned, the importance of seeking and demanding quality and longevity from my major expenditures, and reroofing is that.
The process of planning, purchasing, and implementing a re-roofing project for most single-family homeowners is a big deal, and well it should be. Once done, you want to move on and be free of worry that your living area and personal contents will be kept dry, and your home will continue to provide safety and security from storms.
“Great work done in a timely fashion! The guys were very courteous of the lawn and cleaned up everything very nicely. Roof looks great!”
Roofing products can be like people; one style, color, or size does not fit all. Let’s face it, some of us just don’t look good or feel comfortable in tight skinny jeans. Our personal style and body types are as different as our homes are architecturally and geographically diverse. With a good product that is designed for the home’s location, and installed properly, a new roof can improve your home’s value, look good, and provide years of service with annual maintenance.
The internet is both a bad and a good place for seeking professional advice on roofing materials, but be aware of the source of the information.
You will also need to consider your home’s age, its location, the type of roof that is currently on it, and what type of climate you live in. Does it snow? How much? Where will the snow slide? Do you want it to slide? Do you have solar panels or do you want them? Is there an attic space between your living area and your roof? How much weight was your home designed to safely withstand? Some homes cannot go from wood roofing to conventional concrete tile without additional engineering.
We understand this may be a lot to take in. Give A-Denver Roofing a call for free advice and a professional opinion without obligation.