Today your roof may be covered with snow and your gutters full of ice, but soon enough the spring thaw will be here and it will be time to think about getting your roof either repaired or replaced.
How do I know if my roof needs to be repaired or replaced?
In many situations, the decision to repair or replace a roof is an easy one. If a single, isolated leak is found that affects only a small section of your roof, repair is often the better choice; if old age has taken its toll on your entire roof, replacement is the obvious choice. Unfortunately, roof repair vs. roof replacement is not always such an easy decision. In many cases, the best choice ultimately rests not only on the damage that is done, but on the roofing material you’re dealing with (click here to read more). If you are unsure, call us at A & H Roofing to inspect your roof for you.
How do I find a reputable, affordable company?
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In the Denver metro area we see a wide variety of roofs – from asphalt shingles to shake to the more fire retardant kinds of roofing in the mountains.
Here is a look at some of the most popular types of roofs in Denver:
Now that the holidays are over and it’s the start of a new year, perhaps you are taking a look at some of your goals for 2014. Is one of your resolutions getting a new roof put on your home? If so, it would be a good idea to examine whether your roof just needs some repairs or a full replacement. Here are some basic guidelines to consider below:
Many homeowners question whether or not they can get roof repairs done in the winter, or if they can get an entirely new roof installed during the cold, wet, snowy wintry months.
Below is an excellent article written by Dale Shoemaker of Roof Time LLC, laying out all the professional advice for “could you, should you, would you” get a new roof in the winter.