Residential Roof Replacement
Though a new roof does not seem all that wonderful, you will understand how important it is if your home’s roof were to fail, allowing water to penetrate and cause mold to start growing inside as well as destroying the interior of your beautiful home. Maintaining the roof of your family’s home should be on the top of your priority list. After all, that is what protects your family. High wind, hail, and frequent hurricane affected areas, it is critical to maintain the upkeep on your roof to help prevent disruptions to your family and everyday life.
Your choice of roofing materials often depends on your locality. Some regions use metal roofing, a common selection due to its fire resistance; while in other regions, the homeowners might use Spanish-influenced tile or specific asphalt shingles.
Common Choices for Residential Properties:
These are inexpensive and the most popular used material for roofing; but they are less attractive due to their flat appearance.
- Wood shakes or shingles:
These are pricey but attractive shingles. Great durability but not recommended in regions where uncontrollable wildfires happen.
Metal roofs (steel or aluminum) have become more popular in recent years, because of their durability and they are fireproof. Different types of metal roofing systems are available including raised-seam panels and products that look similar to composite shingles.
- Slate roofing:
Slate roofs are a top-shelf roofing option and highly attractive, but it is expensive and very heavy. They are extremely slippery to walk on which makes them difficult to repair when damaged.
- Composition slate:
Composition slates resemble a slate and other types of stone tile, but they are not as heavy and less susceptible to damages. These synthetic tiles that are becoming the new popular roofing are made from 95 percent recycled materials, including rubber.
- Clay or ceramic tile:
The so-called Spanish-style red tile roof is popular in Southern California and Florida is still common but is slowly being replaced by tile that mimics the Spanish-style tile. Clay and ceramic tile are made up of metal and composite materials. The tiles can be fire retardant and are lighter the other
Why Choose Reit Group Roofing and Restoration?
Here at Reit Group Roofing & Restoration, we specialize in re-roofing occupied homes with little to no interruptions to your everyday life. We work with engineers, architects and roofing experts to provide the most accurate bid for roof replacement projects in high-wind and hurricane zone areas like Texas to get the job done as quickly and efficiently as possible to get you back up and running.
We work with all insurance companies. You can rest assured that we will provide experienced Reit Group representatives to guide you through the claim process with maximizing your claim for all repairs.