It may not. Often the only thing that needs to be replaced is the Hip and Ridge Shingles. Most roofing shingles are designed to last 30 or more years, but most trim shingles only last 5 to 10 years.
Yes! Tile can be cleaned and recoated to bring it back to its original color, or the color can be changed to give your house an updated look.
Yes! Adequate ventilation in the attic helps airflow as that heat does not build up. Trapped heat in the attic causes your house to be hotter and requires your cooling system to work harder.
Solar panels require brackets to be attached to the framing of the house and they should be correctly flashed by a roofing professional.
Damage or excessive wear. Usually, damage caused by something or someone, (trees, golf balls, satellite dish mounts, service technicians, for example) allows the sun to break down the roofing material and then water could enter your home.
Yes. Broken tile allows the sun to breakdown the underlayment and thus shortens the serviceable life of your roof.
Yes, Having your roof inspected before it shows signs of leaking could save thousands of dollars in structural and interior damage.
A roof warranty should cover the entire roof against leaks and should be backed by a substantially financial stable institution.
Go to the website warranty page or call (866) 482-5373.
The Cool Roof Rating Commission (CRRC) rates roofing products that will help to produce cooler roofs and thus help to save energy.
Yes. Mounting a Dish on your roof should be done by a professional roofer. We recommend using ComDeck™ mounting brackets.