Commercial roofing systems are a little different from their residential roofing counterparts. They’re usually flat or almost flat and walkable. They are often used to store HVAC systems and other equipment. In some cases, they’re also used for rooftop gardens. Of course, they’re bigger and wider.
Your residential roofing system is a huge investment, which is why you need to protect it. The best way to do that is by securing a strong warranty.
Asphalt shingles make up about 80% of all residential roofing systems in North America. This roofing material owes its popularity to its great looks, dependability and low-maintenance nature.
One of the most important steps in planning for roof replacement is creating a detailed, accurate budget. Determine how much you want to spend on the project and then go from there to select a contractor that can work within this budget.
Roof replacement is a big undertaking. Done correctly, you’ll enjoy the benefits for decades to come. In today’s post, our roofing team at Earl W. Johnston Roofing discusses what to expect throughout the process of roof replacement.