Gold Star Roofing specializes in shingle roofing. Our shingle roofing crews are certified professionals. There are many types of shingle roofing systems and not all may be best for your project. Look below for more information on shingle roofing in St. Johnsville.
Shingle roofing systems are more than what you see from the ground. First consider your roofs physical structure and climate. Not all shingle roof systems belong on all homes or in all climates.
Depending on the type of residential roof structure you may choose to use a synthetic or organic underlayment material. Both have advantages and disadvantages but it really depends on the over all roofing system that you want installed.
Be certain to get a ventilation assessment from a qualified professional. Ventilation plays a very important roll in the performance and longevity of your roof.
Now is a good time to make sure that your attic insulation adequate as it can easily be enhanced during the roofing process from the outside.
Once you have found the best shingle roofing system for your property it is time to pick a brand of product.
Most shingles have the same properties but have a few varying characteristics which you may desire. Things like color pattern, wind rating, hail rating and even fire rating.
Depending on your existing roof system, shingle roofing is typically the easiest to remove and replace. Most jobs can be completed in 1 or 2 days.
Expect a delivery of material along with a large trash receptacle to be placed at your home days prior to installation.
The crews will protect your landscaping and walk through some minor checklist items about safety during the process.
Once the existing roof has been removed the wood sub straight will be examined to make sure it is in good condition and ready for the new product.
Considering A New Shingle Roof?
Shingle roofing is the most commonly found type of roofing in the United States. Many times shingle roof systems may be able to have the life extended with just a few adjustments or repairs. Ventilation plays a major role in the life span of a shingle roof.