Frequently Asked Questions About Roofs

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While a roof can last it’s entire lifetime without any major issues or damages, it will begin to look old and rundown. This is when you have to look into doing preventative maintenance before your roof has any major issues due to age. Below are a few important signs to look out for to prevent expensive damages.

  • Curled, cupped, or cracked shingles.
  • Bald spots. 
  • You’re roof is over 20 or more years old.
  • Looks old and rundown.
  • Moss growth.
  • Dark streaks.
  • Your neighbors are getting their roofs replaced.

We get this question a lot and the answer varies depending on the situation. If your roof is over a decade old and is missing a ton of shingles and appears very worn, you’ll most likely need a new roof. If it is fairly new and well maintained, it’s more likely that a simple repair can fix the leak easily. Our inspectors can assess your leak to provide a definitive answer on the course of action best for you. 

Life expectancy of roofs all depends on the material it is made of. More traditional asphalt shingle roofs on average last between 20 and 30 years. However you should start looking into inspections and quotes around the 20 year mark to better prepare yourself when you finally have to replace it. Metal roofing systems can last anywhere between 30 to 70 years depending on the quality of materials used during installation. While metal roofs are a bit on the pricey side, they pay for themselves over time due to the low needs for maintenance and repairs.

The time it takes to replace a roof really comes down to the type of roofing system, and the size of the project. On average a standard asphalt roofing system can take anywhere between 1 to 5 days depending on home size. We do our best to provide a quick and stress free installation while removing all of the trash and debris making your home look better than it did before!

The price of a new roofing system depends on many different factors. This means everything from size of your home, materials you want, market costs, and your roofing contractor. On average a new roof cost’s around 6,500 dollars but can vary tremendously. We try to put ourselves ahead of the game by offering market competitive prices to give our customers the best deal on price and quality you can’t find anywhere else.

You might have read online that it is important to check your roof for flashing damage, but what exactly is it? Flashing is a material made from aluminium and galvanized steel that wraps around joints during roof construction. It’s main purpose is to keep water from getting in through tiny vulnerable areas on a roofing system such as pipes, chimneys, skylights, and valleys. The good news is that flashing issues and damages can be easily fixed if caught early which can save you a ton of money in bigger repairs or replacement. 

When it comes to purchasing a new roof for your home, the best option is in most cases an asphalt roofing system. These roof use shingles made from asphalt that are fairly light, offer great protection for many years, and are fairly cheap to install. They also come in tons of colors and styles giving you protection without sacrificing looks. 

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We provide services all over the Metro Atlanta area. Our industrial roofing methods create selective attention to details based on the customer needs of a roof construction project.

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Call us today for re-roofing, remodeling or a roof inspection and we won’t hesitate to set a date and plan a consultation prior your contact outreach. Professionalism and good old American roofing is the key of our success so we hope you see what we have to offer is exactly what you need for you next roof or home improvement!

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As an accredited business and roofing specialist we are the best to repair and install the roof on your home or business. We work extensively with insurance companies, homeowners, and developers to deliver the highest quality in roofing construction services.