Installing a new roof can be cheaper in the long term
While replacing damaged shingles is inexpensive, the downside is that the replacement shingles may not match the existing roof. If you have more significant damage that is confined to one side of the roof, partial reroofing is an option, but can cost more in the long term. If an asphalt roof already has two or more layers, all layers will have to be removed before completing the partial re-roofing. If your roof needs to be replaced, you’ll have to decide whether to install the new roof over the existing one or tear the old one off. A complete re-roof ensures that water-damaged sheathing will be found and repaired, preventing future issues. Our contractors will recommend the best options and provide a free quote for your project prior to beginning any work on your home.
Signs that you might need a new roof
- Roof is at least 20 years old
- Roof looks old and worn
- Dark stains from algae
- Moss growth on shingles
- Curling or cracked shingles
- Bald spots where granules are missing
We offer a variety of roof material options
In addition to helping better-protect your home, a new roof can also increase value and give your home’s exterior a fresh look. We have roofing materials, styles and colors to match almost any home.
- Three-tab asphalt shingles
- Architectural shingles
- Wood shakes & shingles
- Slate shingles
- Flat roofing