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Repairing different roofing materials

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It would not be a strange thing that you are not into the roofing industry. That is how most homeowners are. Still, you probably know that the roofing industry has evolved and today there is a variety of materials you can choose from. Materials can be designed to look a certain way and the most often and popular ones around the States are; wooden shingles and shakes, asphalt shingles, flat, metal shingles, slate, tiles, clay, etc. People usually don’t know what is their material prone to and what they have to be careful of. That is why they are not aware of the problems and don’t realize there are some until it is too critical. This article is going to cover the most important things concerning materials; their drawbacks and advantages. So if you are interested, keep reading.

Metal Roofs

You have to be careful of your metal roof. The most often problems related to this roofing are the improper installation and repairs and removed fasteners. While metal roofing system could be amazing, poor installation can turn the whole story around. Over time fasteners loose up and create enough room for water to come through. To fix this, you will need around 300 dollars. So be sure you inspect your metal roofing system and take care of it.

Asphalt Shingles

The most popular type of shingles are the asphalt shingles. These can be found all around the United States. They are not extremely durable, and in a strong hurricane, your shingles may be blown off entirely. Sometimes to repair it you will need around 250 dollars which is a lot, so think a lot before deciding for asphalt shingles.

Composite Roofing

Composite roofing is a lightweight, and that makes it easy to work with. However, this also means that it is prone to get damaged when the strong wind blows. It is not a rare case that your shingles go missing or get broken. Make sure you watch out for stone granules, these are a sure indicator that you need to get your roof replaced. Repairing the composite roofing will cost you around 300 dollars on average.

Wood Shake

Wood shingles and shakes look beautiful and rustic. However, don’t let the looks fool you. These are very problematic. First of all, the moss can build up very easily just like algae. This can deteriorate your shingles and cause the leak to appear. Be very careful is you live in areas with wildfires because the roof is not fireproof. To fix your wooden shingles, you will need around 360 dollars on average.


Tiles are not very durable. They can easily be broken or can crack. This can cause protection to deteriorate, and that means that water will come through easily and fast. If tiles are not properly installed, problems may appear from the beginning. You should also look for the UV rays and your tiles. They can harm the tiles and result in small holes.

We are currently serving Houston, Pasadena, The Woodlands, Baytown, Conroe, Deer Park, Friendswood, Galveston, Lake Jackson, La Porte, League City, Missouri City, Pearland, Rosenberg, Sugar Land, Texas City, Atascocita, Kingwood, Channelview, and Mission Bend.

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I've worked with this company on many claims and always found them to exemplify what every homeowner should look for in a contractor, therefore I give them two thumbs up and a five star rating


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