When choosing the type of roof, we have to consider several factors, including: the inclination angle of the roof slope, whether the roof is new or restored and also whether the space under the roof (the attic) will be inhabited or not. Of course, each type of roof covering has its advantages and disadvantages.
The quality of the materials and the installation according to the norms are other aspects that must be taken into account. In the documentation stage for choosing the roof covering, look for those products made of quality materials, carefully finished, with as many layers of protection and paint, to cope with the ultraviolet radiation and local weather conditions. This is also reflected by the warranties offered by manufacturers and installers, as well as the estimated service life of the roof.
The roof is a long-term investment; it is one of the elements that are most easily observed from the exterior, an element of differentiation and style, but also an element of crucial utility. Most of the time, people invest large amounts of money in interior design and remodeling projects, but they often save on roofing, so they may end up in unpleasant situations, which will affect their investments in different ways. In conclusion, our recommendation is to opt for a roof from quality materials and installed by a licensed RCAT contractor. Call Lon Smith Roofing.