At Action Roofing, we can handle all of your residential roofing needs. We don't hire subcontractors to drive up the price, so you can trust that when you work with us, you are getting the best value for your dollar. Our manufacturer-trained crew is fully licensed and insured, and we have been providing the best quality and service at competitive rates since 2000. After installation, Action Roofing also provides a variety of services that will maintain the structural integrity of your roof for years to come.
Residential Roofing Installation
Our certified crew is very knowledgeable about each phase of residential roof installation, and we can seamlessly integrate a new roof into your home design. During installation, we put ice and water shields and synthetic underlayment in place to rest beneath the shingles. During this process, we protect roof hips and valleys by creating waterproof barriers. The crew might also install flashing into the joints and valleys near vents and chimneys to guard against water seepage. Our team will go over all of the specifics of your roof installation before we begin, and we are also happy to help you choose a roofing material that will be durable as well as a beautiful addition to your home.
Roof Installation Process
The process of installing a roof begins with properly evaluating the state of your current roof. This includes noting the age of the existing roof, as well as any cracks, warps, sags, leaks, or other architectural damage. In deciding whether to strip off the old roof or lay the new roof over it, it's important to consider the slope, weather conditions, materials used, and budget. Following the Federal Housing Administration's guidelines, plans should allow for at least one square foot of venting for every 300 square feet of attic space. Since a properly built roof should last 20-30 years or longer, hiring a licensed and insured roofer is an important investment.
Types of Roof Installations
Different types of roofing are better suited for various projects, depending on the slope and size of the roof. Asphalt shingles are by far the most common option, and they are found on about 80 percent of American homes. For buildings with a low-sloped roof pitch, roll roofing and rubber roofing offers versatile, cost-effective options and are made of long-lasting materials with minimal seams to prevent water damage. Regardless of the type of roof desired, a professional roofer can help determine the most structurally sound options, ensure proper installation, and provide timely maintenance advice.
We would love to complete your residential roof installation project. Contact us today for a free estimate!