When considering the necessities of life, what comes to mind?
Food, water, and a safe roof over your head: right?
You should trust the professionals who install your roof and gutters.
Here is the professional roof installation process:
Workers arrive at your house around 8-9 A.M. They show up at this time in order to get an early start and get the job done at a reasonable hour.
This process involves 4-7 experienced roofing specialists and a medium sized dump truck. This truck contains all the materials chosen for the installation process.
Some clients do not mind the traditional 3-tab shingle, while others prefer the architectural shingles. These are higher quality, comparable in price to the traditional shingles, and can add value to your home. If you are looking to enhance the appearance of your home, the professionals recommend architectural shingles. The added bonus is that architectural shingles have a lifetime warranty.
The same truck used to deliver all your new roofing products will also be used to haul away the mess. Professionals want to help make the process as quick and efficient as possible. You do not have to hire another crew to come and clean up the after math. Experts use the mentality: we made the mess, we’ll clean it up!
Experts begin by removing the old roof. The crew should never attempt to rush the roof installation process because rushed results are usually inadequate. It is important to keep an eye on the weather because everything will be covered up if a storm is in sight. Rain can ruin the results if not prepared for properly.
All the underlying wood will be inspected for damages, termites, etc. It is important to never install a new roof over a damaged frame. An experienced team can replace the old wood in no time.
Next, shingles will be installed along with ice and water shields. These shields are placed in all the problem areas of the new roof. Smart, roof installation specialists will get the job done efficiently, and they will precisely complete it the first time. A slack, lazy job is easily spotted because there are usually imperfections noticed by the client; regardless of whether it is an imperfection in the internal or external areas of the roof, the client will notice the next time it rains, snows, etc.
The final steps of the process involve installing ridge vents and sealing all necessary areas.