Roof Installation or Replacement Roof Pembroke Pines
Pembroke Pines Roof Installation
In South Florida, the expectant life of a normal roofing goes between 10 and 20 years. Only the metal ones can extend their life, and they are much more resistant to Hurricanes and Storms, very commonly used in the proximity of coastal areas. Our responsibility is to show you not only the style you might like, but also the different material and prices recommended, according to the area where you live. How long does a roof last? Good question but very variable depending of the weather, of the trees around, of the cleaning system used and the frequency, etc.
There are many challenges facing a complete a new roof or renew roofing such as; choosing a roofer contractor, the type of materials, the style of the roof, and the quality of products. Here in Florida we have specific challenges as well with rain, heat, wind and hurricanes. Even for basic roofing repair, types of materials and design become critical, so the job is done properly. and only once!
Here some of the steps for roof Installation:
. Identify local Building Codes and obtain Permits
. Have all the material you will need for your roofing
. Tear of the old roof (for pre-construct roofing)
. Install the drip molding
. Roll out the underlayment (self steak material)
. Cover the roof with tarp paper
. Waterproof valleys extra protection
. Apply starter shingles barrier to avoid leak
. Install the shingles in overlapping pattern
. Install the flashing to get tight seals
. Cap the ridge, the shingles at the very peak of the roof
. Seal it out, all the exposed nails
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For Roof Replacement or New Roofing, you can choose from:
1. Asphalt Shingles Roofing
. We can provide an array of selection of color and gauge. We begin by removing the old roof and replacing any necessary components to restore, seal to cover all and apply the shingles chosen. All manufacture warranty becomes your property for the given term. Composite asphalt shingles can be expected to last 15 to 40 years, depending on the quality of the materials chosen. Some shingle roofs may even last as long as 50 years.
2. Concrete Roofing Tiles
We advise of the type of tiles based on location, roof style and structure. You will have final choice of a broad range of types of tile as well as color preference. Again, we remove existing roof and repair any damaged components. Next the full tile roof is installed with complete manufacture’s warranty. A roof constructed of concrete, clay, or slate may be the last roof you will ever need. Clay or slate tiles may last more than 100 years, while most concrete tilecomes with a 50-year warranty. Slate is one of the most durable and long-lasting roofing materials, with a lifespam of 100 to 150 years or more.
3. Metal Roofing
One of the popular roof styles is the variety of types of metal applications for your roof. Seamed or seamless, depending on budget can be a solution for many years to come. Many of the new technologies provide color, contrast and superior endurance in South Florida. Metal Roofing offer many benefits, including: Longevity. Metal roofs can last 40-70 years, depending on the material.
4. Rober Slate Roofing
Rubber slate roofing offers a durable, budget-friendly alternative to the materials typically found on many old homes. ... Made from the same material as car bumpers, rubber slate can last up to 100 years. The slates are flexible, pre-drilled, and calibrate. A rubber shingle roof will last 30 or more years.
5. Clay Tiles Roofing
Tiled roofs are beautiful and durable. ... Traditionally, most roofing tiles were made from slate or a fired clay or terra cotta product, but today's roofing titles are very often made from molded, tinted concrete. Roofing tiles can come in many shapes: curved, flat, fluted, or interlocking, and in many styles. Clay and concrete tile roofs are one of the most cost-effective choices due to their long lifespan—50 to 100 years or more. Both concrete and clay tile outlast other roofing materials, with manufacturers offering warranties from 50 years to the life of the structure.
6. Stone Coated Steel Shingles Roofing
A stone coated metal roof is made from steel or some other metal; the metal is then coated with stone chips and attached to the steel with an acrylic film. The goal is a more durable roof that still retains the aesthetic advantages of a more traditional roofing material. Metal roofs are known to last a long time if installed properly. Their life span ranges from 40–70 years, compared to asphalt shingles that need to be replaced approximately every 20 years.
7. Green Roofing
A green roof is a layer of vegetation planted over a waterproofing system that is installed on top of a flat or slightly–sloped roof. By protecting the roof membrane, however, a green roof can extend the life of a roof by two or three times beyond its typical lifespan. In Europe, where they have been building with green roofs since the 1960s, green roofs have been known to last for from 30 to 50 years