Many homeowners tend to have their siding and roofing installation done separately, often because one is still in relatively good condition compared to the other, or because the combined cost can be high. Matching one with the other can take some work. Creative Construction Group lists some of things you should consider when matching your roof and siding.
Your roof, regardless whether it’s made of asphalt or slate, is still going to experience problems throughout its service life. It’s important you know what these problems are so you can act immediately when your roof encounters it.
When you plan for a quality new roofing installation, there are two options: three-tab and architectural shingles. Both have been used for different homes for a fairly long time. Three-tab shingles are recognizable by their uniform appearance, where one shingle type is applied throughout. Meanwhile, architectural shingles come in different dimensions and sizes. Read on to see how they can help your home.
There’s no doubt that there will be many residential roofing contractors who will bid to work on your new roofing project. If you take a closer look at their proposals, however, you will see that the estimates may vary, not only in the final cost but the contents themselves.
Every roof is worth saving until it makes structural and financial sense to repair. After all, ridding your home of your old roof means days of mess and noise and tons of construction waste going to the landfill. Plus, the cost to buy one is expensive.