Reroofing Can Be A Less Expensive Option
Reroofing can be a solution to your roofing problems. Roof restoration with reroofing can help to return your roof to new conditions. A lot of homeowners are not aware of the value that this roofing option can deliver.
An experienced roofing company can help you to save money on a new roof with reroofing options. There are some caveats to this option that you need to know about before deciding if it is right for your project.
What is Reroofing?
Reroofing is the process of laying asphalt tiles right over the old roofing material. You only have one opportunity to choose this type of roofing. A roofing contractor can help you to decide if this is the best option for your roofing needs.
Asphalt shingles can last up to 15 years. Reroofing does not detract from the life expectancy of asphalt shingles. It can be a roofing solution that offers cost savings. It can also cut down on the amount of time the project takes to complete.
The possibility that this can repair meet your roofing needs depends on:
• Whether it has ever been done before
• If there is damage to the actual structure of the roof
• What material is currently on the roof
If your roof has been reroofed before then this is not an option for you. You will have to have the entire roofing material removed and then have new roofing material replaced. Adding multiple layers of roofing material to your roof will not deliver the protection your home deserves.
Reroofing is a good option only if there is no underlying damage to your roof. For example, if you have sections of your roof that have a lot of water damage, reroofing may not be the best option. An experienced roofing contractor can evaluate your need and let you know if this is an option for your roof.
Reroofing works best with asphalt roofing it can be used with other materials. Paramount Roofing can explain your options to you and help you to make an informed decision.
If you are thinking of reroofing your home contact a Paramount Roofing expert to gather more information, get an estimate, and see if it is the solution that will work for you.