DALLAS ROOF INSTALLATION
The most critical surface of a home is the roof. It endures weather exposure and protects the occupants from the elements. Roofs block snow, hail, wind, and rain. By catching sunlight, they provide insulation that keeps the home cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
A ROOF SERVES AN IMPORTANT ROLE.
Homeowners not only want a roof that looks good, but also performs well under stress. A damaged roof is costly in ways other than repair costs. A damaged roof repair is cheap in comparison to other items. Ruined furniture, destroyed flooring, and electrical grid damage that sometimes results from a leaky roof.
At Hometown Roofing, we take roof installation services seriously. That’s why we offer free roof inspections, conduct thorough interviews so we understand your unique needs, and use only top-quality products — no matter what type of roofing system you choose.
FINDING THE RIGHT
TYPE OF ROOF FOR YOU
Homeowners highly value the durability of a roof. They spend time deciding between the different types of roofing materials. And while every type of material has its own distinct advantages, it’s ultimately up to the needs and budget of the homeowner.
A roofing company that sells only asphalt shingles or metal roofs backs their clients into a corner and limits their options.
Until recently, suggesting anything but asphalt was strange. Asphalt shingles are the traditional residential roofing material. Asphalt is a thick roofing option that typically costs less regarding material costs and installation. There is a variety of styles available.
Asphalt is a good fit for most homes. Some daring homeowners choose asphalt because they want roofing to be a Do-It-Yourself project. Asphalt shingles are appealing in the case of damage occurrence. An owner climbs on the roof and does the repair.
In most locations, an asphalt roof lasts 50 years or more. Adverse weather conditions sometimes affect the lifespan of asphalt roofing. Despite those conditions, an asphalt roof withstands the weather for at least 25 years with proper maintenance. Asphalt is the least expensive of the two options, comes in virtually any color, and goes well with nearly all home designs.