Knowing whether you should have your roof repaired or replaced helps with major decisions like the cost of repairs or replacement, or finding the right contractor. Identifying its condition is a challenge in itself. Not all residential roofing conditions are as easily identifiable as a wind-blown damage. If you’re trying to decide whether you should repair or replace your roof, consider the following:
Managing townhouses, condominiums and other multi-family roofing isn’t as straightforward as single family homes. If you happen to be part of the board or Home Owners Association (HOA) that manages such properties, you need a roofing contractor who can address the following challenges of today’s multi-family homes:
A new roof is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make as a homeowner, so it’s important that you should find a truly reliable roofing company. When you choose a Certified Contractors Network (CCN) member contractor, you save on a lot of effort of finding a contractor since you're confident that you’re hiring a trustworthy roofer.
Many factors affect the overall performance of asphalt shingle roofs. In case of failure, one or a combination of these culprits could be behind the problem:
Scheduling an estimate with a roofing contractor is more of an interview than a simple budget discussion. It’s an opportunity to size your prospective roofer up, ensuring you’ve found the right one for the job.