residential ROOFING

If you’re looking to update your roof for a residential roof or commercial roof, asphalt shingles provides a number of benefits to your structures roof.  Asphalt shingles are manufactured to resemble tile, wood, cedar shakes or slate, while providing numerous benefits to the structure.

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Rhino Roofing & Construction has extensive experience in residential settings, luxury projects, commercial and industrial applications, and specialty work. No matter what the project, Rhino Roofing is dedicated to providing quality roofing to their customers. Their experienced team provides a superior roof product no matter what the setting or application.

It is important to make sure that your residential building has the best roof as it is among the vital parts of any home. A new roof means a lot for every homeowner. Installation of a new residential roof is done either during the construction of the residential building or even during the replacement of an old roof with a new one. It is, however, important to understand that residential roofing does not only benefit the homeowners but also the home sellers. Some of the top reasons why residential roofing is very important to both the homeowners and the home sellers are discussed below.

One of the significant benefits that make many people go for good residential roofing services is because of the high level of attractiveness the services bring to the whole place. Good residential roofing services therefore greatly help to promote first impressions to the various friends that come to visit you. To the home sellers, residential roofing is very important as through a good curb appeal it promotes the fast sale of the property. By installing a new roof to your residential building you also increase its value.

Frequently Asked Questions

What will a new roof system cost?

The price of a new roof system varies widely, depending on such things as the materials selected, contractor doing the work, home or building, location of the home or building, local labor rates and time of year. To get a good idea of price for your roof system, get three or four proposals from reputable contractors in your area. Keep in mind that price is only one factor, and it must be balanced with the quality of the materials and workmanship.

For each roofing material, there are different grades and corresponding prices. There also are a variety of styles and shapes. You need to look at the full product range and make a choice based on your budget and needs.

Within the roofing profession, there are different levels of expertise and craftsmanship. Insist on a contractor who is committed to quality work.

How can I determine my annual roofing cost?

When considering your roofing options, the following formula may help:

Total Cost (Materials and Labor) ÷ Life Expectancy of Roof System (in years) = Annual Roofing Cost

I received three significantly different proposals from contractors. How should I decide which contractor to select?

Clearly written proposals that are detailed and broken down into separate line items are a good sign that the contractor is being thorough and has prepared an accurate estimate. The following is a partial list of items your estimate or proposal should include:

  • The type of roof covering, manufacturer and color
  • Materials to be included in the work, e.g., underlayment, ice dam protection membrane
  • Scope of work to be done
    • Removal or replacement of existing roof
    • Flashing work, e.g., existing flashings to be replaced or re-used, adding new flashing, flashing metal type
    • Ventilation work, e.g., adding new vents
  • Who is responsible for repairing/replacing exterior landscape or interior finishes that are damaged during the course of the work
  • Installation method
  • Approximate starting and completion dates
  • Payment procedures
  • Length of warranty and what is covered, e.g., workmanship, water leakage

Also, be sure to read the recommendations listed in Buying a new roof and getting your money’s worth and Selecting An NRCA Professional Roofing Contractor (Steep-slope Residential) for more information.

I received several estimates to replace my asphalt shingle roof system and the prices vary greatly.

If one estimate seems much lower than the others and it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Many fly-by-night contractors’ below-cost bids seem attractive, but these contractors often are uninsured and perform substandard work. If an estimate is confusing, ask the contractor to break down the estimate into items/terms you can understand.

My contractor is offering a one-year warranty on my asphalt shingle roof system-is that the industry standard?

There are no specific temperature guidelines regarding when it is too cold to install asphalt shingles. Asphalt shingles do become brittle in cold temperatures, with fiberglass shingles more likely to break than organic shingles. Breakage can be minimized or eliminated if the shingles are stored in a warm area and loaded onto the roof a few bundles at a time. Another concern is that the self-sealing strips will not seal or bond sufficiently in cold temperatures. Hand-tabbing (the application of quarter-size dabs of adhesive to the underside of shingles) is recommended if the building is located in an area prone to high winds. This will help prevent the shingles from blowing off the roof until warmer weather arrives and the sealing strips can set properly.

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865 South Kings Hwy, Fort Pierce, FL 34945

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