Having a few shingles put back on isn’t really a big deal. If the rest of your roof is in good condition, then it usually just takes less than an hour to replace any shingles that might have blown off. But when it comes to roof replacement, that’s a much bigger deal that will take a lot more time.

In this series of blogs, we’re going to be discussing the many aspects of getting a new roof. What’s the final straw that makes most people get a roof replacement? What can go wrong if you put it off? And who should you turn to to deal with the insurance companies? We’ll be talking about all that and more, so read on!

  1. Is Wood Shake the Right Roof Replacement For You?

    _ When most people think roof replacement, their first thought is of asphalt shingles. This makes sense, considering asphalt shingles are the most common type of roofing in the country. If prompted to name another type of roof material, clay tile roofs might come to mind next. Following that would p…Read More

  2. Are Clay Tiles The Right Choice For Your Georgia Roof Replacement

    Are Clay Tiles The Right Choice For Your Georgia Roof Replacement?

    _ As we discussed in our most recent article, asphalt shingles are the most commonly used type of material during roof replacements in Georgia. Considering that they’re the cheapest roofing option while still offering a couple decades of service, it’s no wonder that our roofing company installs …Read More

  3. Should You Choose Asphalt Shingles For Your Roof Replacement

    - Without a doubt, asphalt shingles are the most popular type of roof covering in the United States. While other types of roofing is becoming more popular — such as metal roofing, tile roofs, and wood shake — asphalt shingles still continue to dominate. Have you ever wondered why? That’s what …Read More

  4. What Weather Decides If You Need Roof Replacement?

    - If you need roof repair, the only problem that you’re thinking about is the one that you’re having right now. If rain is getting into your house and damaging the ceiling, you probably aren’t really concerned with how long roofs last in Georgia. All you know is that you need roof repair or re…Read More

  5. What Tools Do Roofers Use During Roof Replacement

    What Tools Do Roofers Use During Roof Replacement?

    Replacement of a typical asphalt roof doesn’t take very long at all. In most cases the asphalt roof will be off in a couple of hours, and it will take between one and two days to put the new one on. There are many things that will influence the timing of roof replacement, including the weather, th…Read More

  6. WHY YOU SHOULDN’T SHINGLE OVER AN OLDER ROOF

    A common question we get in the roofing industry is: is it ok to put shingles on top of the existing ones? Your roof is a expensive investment and we can understand that you want to save money where you can, however trying to save on tearing off the old roof by putting new shingles on is not advised…Read More

  7. Choosing a Shingle

    "What kind of shingle should should I put on my home?"  Finding the type of shingle to put on your home can be a very easy or a daunting choice. There are so many things to consider! What is the difference between a 3-tab shingle and an architectural shingle? What color should you choose? How will …Read More

  8. Total Protection Roofing System

    Total Protection Roofing System  People rarely look or think about their roof unless there is an issue. Most people know what their roof is made of, but outside of that people don't that much about it. What most people don't know is that there isn't just shingles on wood up there. Owens Corning has…Read More