Roof Care and More
Roofs are arguably the most important part of your home. After all, what would a house be without a roof? It would be some walls, doors, and windows that offer little protection against the cold and heat because there is a big gaping hole above them. No wonder people say they’re glad to have a roof over their heads. Without one, the rest of their shelter wouldn’t be effective. As soon as it rained, snowed, or hailed while you lived in a roofless home, you would be stuck cowering under the furniture for shelter. So don’t neglect the care of your roof. This part of your home needs a lot of regular care and maintenance. Animals and the elements take their toll after a while, and then you may be left with major issues like wear, tear, and even holes!
Have you been putting off roof maintenance and repairs too long? Or perhaps you need a brand-new roof because yours has reached the end of its life. Whatever your needs are, you can rely on our Seattle roofing contractors for assistance. Contact us today for the best roofing services in Washington state!
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What material should I use for my roof?
There are a lot of great roofing materials out there. Asphalt shingles, metal, slate, concrete, and clay are all options that you can choose from. But which one you should choose depends on several factors. Your budget, your home’s style, and your ability to invest in regular maintenance all affect which material is best for you. If you want to know the best material for your budget and other needs, feel free to reach out to our team. We are happy to help you.
Which roofing material is eco-friendly?
Metal, clay, and slate are the most eco-friendly roof materials. If you’re concerned about the environment, choosing materials that are recyclable and biodegradable is important. Because metal roofs last a long time, we suggest going with one if you would like to protect the environment as well as invest in a durable, high-quality material.
How often should I replace my roof?
That depends on what material you have. Typically, homeowners need to replace their roofs every 12 to 75 years. Lower-quality materials like composite and asphalt shingles require more frequent replacements than high-quality ones such as slate and metal.
What type of animal can damage my roof?
There are many pests out there that can cause damage to your roof. Raccoons, squirrels, rats, mice, bats, birds, termites, and ants are all common culprits. That is why it is important to keep an eye out for any signs of animal inhabitation on your roof. Make sure you also listen for any scrambling and squeaking noises above you.
How often should I get roof maintenance?
We suggest investing in professional roof maintenance every one to two years. Prevention is key to preventing serious problems. The more inspections and minor repairs you invest in, the better.