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What Type of Roofing Services Do We Provide?
Do You Need A New Roof?
There are plenty of signs that you might be in need of a new roof. Key among them is the fact that you might have holes or leaks. Now while this seems obvious, there are many people who don’t pay attention until its too late. We here at Fayetteville Roofing Contractors have seen far too many small issues exacerbated due to negligence and ignorance.
It’s not an understatement to say that the majority of homes never need a full replacement bar a disaster or accident. In fact, a large amount of damage comes from negligence and can be prevented quite easily if the proper attention is paid. A broken or damp ceiling, for example, is usually the first sign that there is something amiss. And that you should have a look at your roof. For asphalt roofing, having it looked at every year once or twice after the first 5 to 10 years is a good bet to prevent internal water damage and weathering.
A distinction needs to be made when working with your contractor, especially when it comes to removing or repairing your roof. If you want a fresh installation done for one reason or another, then we’ll have it done in a jiffy. However, if you feel you need it done due to too extreme damage, we offer a free, no obligation inspection. This includes an evaluation to ensure that you know exactly what needs to be done and at what cost.
Here are some signs that you might need to replace your roofing soon:
- Missing shingles or tiles: a clear indicator that some repair work needs to be done and soon. We recommend that you check your roof on a regular basis. This is simply to ensure no damage has occurred, particularly for those who have a shingled or tiled roof. If you do have missing tiles, contact us immediately, as ignoring it may lead to rotting or damages to the roof’s deck, which is extremely costly to repair.
- Rusty or absent flashing can lead to a ceiling that leaks. Flashing is the wood that covers the fireplaces, skylights and ventilation tubes, and are often found in the places where roof sections connect.
- Check for decline or harm to gutters, down springs, and splash pans. Broken paint parts and roofing scraps may be noticeable.
- Look for discolored plasterboards or peeling wallpaper on the inside.
Why Work With Us as Your Fayetteville Roofing Company NC
If it’s been done, we can do it. If you can imagine it, prepare to see it. As a premium roofing service provider, we offer our clients the most freedom of choice when it comes to their planning and design. While we will not jeopardise you or your family’s safety for aesthetic appeal, we are more than willing to offer our experience and knowledge during the planning steps. This is to ensure you have the best roofing results available with a design you want.
Amongst our services, we often recommend our metal roofing options for their outstanding finish and durability. They’re a bit more costly to install in the short term, but their cost-effective nature cannot be underestimated and they’re life expectancy is unmatched.
Already have an offer? We can beat it!
Gotten an offer from another company? Bring it to us and we can almost certainly beat it. We take pride in providing a high-quality service at a fraction of the costs. So if you’re offered a deal, we can beat it, be it in cost or in additions. We refuse to rob our clients, and always recommend a second opinion should they feel unsure.
With it, we also offer a quality guarantee. If our work isn’t up to snuff or is damaged by something it shouldn’t be, we’ll replace the damaged works absolutely free.
With some of our cheaper and lighter options, we offer a roof-on-roof service, meaning that if your roofing is still in a decent enough shape and meet our requirements, we’ll build your new roof on top of the old one. While it is not something we often like to do, we understand that not everyone can afford a full removal and reinstallation.
This comes with its own downsides of course, and a full reinstallation is always best but the option is still available for those looking at a quick and easy solution in the short term!