Roof Replacement: We've Got You Covered
Types of Roof Replacements
We offer a wide range of roof replacement options, each with its own characteristics and considerations.
1. Asphalt Shingles: Among the most popular and cost-effective options, asphalt shingles come in different styles and colors. They offer decent durability and weather resistance.
2. Synthetic Roofing Materials: Synthetic options, such as synthetic slate or rubber roofing, replicate the look of natural materials while offering added durability, lighter weight, and often easier installation.
3. Flat Roofing Systems: Commonly found in modern homes or commercial buildings, flat roofs can use materials like modified bitumen, TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin), or EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer).
Why Choose Us?
You’ll Get an Honest Assessment: Our experienced roofers will conduct a thorough evaluation of your roof, identifying the extent of any damage and recommending the most suitable replacement options tailored to your budget and preferences.
We’re an Owens Corning Preferred Contractor: That means we’ve met their high standards of excellence, like demonstrating a commitment to customer service and undergoing training on proper installation techniques using Owens Corning products.
Quality Materials: We use materials for a wide range of budgets, but they’re always high quality products from trusted manufacturers to ensure the longevity and resilience of your new roof.
Timely Completion: We value your time and strive to complete projects within the agreed-upon timeline. We’ll do whatever is within our control to meet deadlines without compromising quality.
Our Work Speaks for Itself
When it comes to evaluating the quality of our work, it’s best to see the results with your own eyes! Here are some of our past home projects…
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Contact us today for a free roofing or home exterior service quote for property owners across the Pacific Northwest. We’re also happy to answer any questions you may have.
What Does a New Roof Cost?
Replacing a roof can be a significant investment, and the cost can vary depending on a variety of factors. Some of the factors that can impact the cost of a new roof include the size of the roof, the materials used, the complexity of the installation, and the location of the property.
At Fox Roofing & Exteriors, we’re all about providing high-quality roof replacements. We’ll also always be transparent and upfront about what your project will cost.
Are you ready for your roof remodel? Give us a call and we’ll be happy to discuss your specific needs in a free consultation.
Can a new roof increase the value of your home?
Absolutely! For one, having a new roof is an instant facelift. It can immediately update the look of your home and boost its curb appeal. Furthermore, many homebuyers will be attracted to a new roof because it means they likely don’t have to worry about it for many years.
How long does a roof last?
Asphalt shingle roofs last from 20 to 30 years. If your roof has hit the 20-year mark, it’s a good time to call us for a free estimate. Homeowners who are proactive with roofs and inspections will be able to plan better for roof replacements.
Which roofing material is best for my home?
It depends on factors like climate, budget, and desired aesthetics. Common options include asphalt shingles, tile, and wood shakes.
How will you remove any materials that are torn off of my roof?
During a roof replacement, torn-off materials like old shingles or roofing debris are typically collected and removed using several methods. Roofing contractors often utilize large tarps or dumpsters strategically placed around the property to catch and contain the removed materials.
Should I replace the shingles or the whole roofing system?
It depends on the extent of damage and the roof’s overall condition. If the damage is localized, such as a few missing or damaged shingles due to storm or wear, a partial replacement might suffice. However, if the roof is aged, showing widespread wear, multiple leaks, or significant issues with the roof deck, it’s often more cost-effective and practical to replace the entire roofing system.
Will a new roof lower my energy bills?
Installing a new roof, especially one designed for energy efficiency, can lower energy bills. Energy-efficient roofing materials such as cool roofs, reflective shingles, or those with high insulation properties can reduce heat absorption.