Every office building, factory, church, school, and home has to have a good roof on top of it; otherwise, the contents of the building are in jeopardy. Every roofing contractor can tell countless horror stories of clients that waited too long to call them. They know how sad it was for those whose homes were ruined because of a windstorm, or hail. Today, many roofing materials can withstand high winds, rain, and hail. Some parts of the country deal with extremely hot or cold weather conditions requiring contractors to use materials accordingly.
John Bean Roofing offers free Roofing Installation estimates to homes and businesses in the area. Most commercial properties have flat roofs on top of the building. Naturally, when it rains or snows, the water lays on top of the roof. A flat roof that expands and contracts in the freezing cold of winter, or the blazing heat of summer has to have a coating on it that will last through all these weather conditions. A rubberized coating called EPDM, that can withstand most weather conditions, is usually installed on flat roofs, along with a drainage system that drains water from the roof.
Water is the main reason new roofs have to be installed on buildings. Whether it’s the weight of ice and snow, or torrents of rain, water is very harmful to roofs, especially to those that haven’t been maintained and repaired by a professional roofing contractor. Owners of buildings requiring a Roofing Installation will enjoy a manufacturer’s warranty spanning 15 – 20- or 30 years on products that are used for the new roof.
Many customers are having solar panels, that harness the power of the sun, installed on their roofs that will eventually save them huge amounts of money on utility costs. Many area roofing contractors are family owned businesses that have been serving their communities for over 25 years. They know just about all there is to installing the finest roofs with the best materials a family can afford.
Asphalt shingles are still very popular, and they’re still being installed on the roofs of homes all across the country. At the same time, people are having copper roofs, sheet metal roofs, slate, and red cedar shingles installed on top of their homes. You can also follow them on Twitter for more updates.
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