How to Choose the Best Roofing System for Your Home
Replacing your home’s roofing system is a big investment. Since it’s an important part of your home’s first line of defense against the elements, there are a lot of factors to consider. Stapleton Roofing can help you decide which roof is best for you. Here are some roofing facts you need to know:
- You can find various roofing materials on the market today. The most popular ones are asphalt shingles and tiles. Foam can also be used for flat roofing. Keep in mind that materials have varying pros and cons. Make sure you talk with your roofing contractor to find out the features and benefits of different materials.
- Roofing materials also have different looks. If you want a bolder look for your roofing system, you can pick architectural shingles that create a multidimensional effect. These shingles feature a laminated construction for longer service life. Shingles and tiles also have different colors, from natural wood shades to bold ones like green, red, or blue.
- Looking for budget-friendly materials that perform whatever the weather condition? We recommend traditional three-tab shingles.
- For better resistance against strong winds, roofers like us install special adhesives to your roofing system. This way, they stay intact even during extreme weather conditions.
- Keep in mind that roof replacement includes removing all existing materials so we can fully inspect your system. This includes removing deck underlayment, drip edges, and metal flashing.
- Always choose a roofing system backed by manufacturer’s warranty. This way, you can have peace of mind knowing that you’ll be covered for years to come.
- When in doubt, always talk with your roofer about your home’s needs.
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Stapleton Roofing will be happy to help you pick the right roof that will meet your needs and more. We are a family-owned company that is committed to delivering the best residential and commercial construction services to homeowners in Phoenix, Peoria, Glendale, and the nearby areas.