If you are noticing algae growth on your roof, buckling / curling or missing shingles, or even missing granules (the small protect the asphalt from the sun’s rays and begin deteriorating), a roof inspection is a good idea.
When Choosing To Have Your Roof Installed, Make Sure Your Contractor:
The Replacement Process
1) The first step is setting up your free inspection for a roofing specialist to take the time to thoroughly review the condition of your roof.
2) All discoveries while on the roof will be documented and explained to you after the inspection. If storm damage is discovered, further options will be explained.
3) Your contractor will work with you to develop an estimate that works with your budget and specifications to properly repair your roof. If enough storm damage is found to warrant an insurance claim, they will help you navigate the insurance process with your homeowner’s insurance carrier. Generally, the only cost will be your deductible with no other out of pocket costs.
4) Schedule your roof replacement. You’ll pick a date, choose the colors of your new shingles, and coordinate when the materials will be delivered.
5) Job Commencement.
6) Clean-up and final inspection to ensure your satisfaction is met.
What Components Make Up Your Roof?
There are several components that make up your roofing system: