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Are you looking for professional roofing services? Then at Home Upgrade Specialist we can give you all the help that you need to make your home more affordable to run and easier to look after than ever before.

It’s a solution that delivers a comprehensive home solution; one that is going to give you all the help that you need to make keeping your home nice, safe and economically affordable. Many people find that their roof is the source of all manner of problems, including:

The development of damp and mould across the house, due to the roof allowing water leaks in that can, over time, come a problem.

Massive rises in energy costs as their home can no longer keep the heat indoors as it all escapes through the roof problems.
Structural decay that can cost huge sums of money to be replaced and/or repaired as time goes on.

Why Roofing Repairs and Restoration Matters

  • For one, your roof has to be taken care of because over time the problem will get worse. Roofing repairs are among the most serious to get fixed when the problem goes beyond a certain point, so you can turn to our roofing repairs to make sure that problem can be sorted without any issues whatsoever.
  • It can add to the value of your home by a considerable and telling margin. When managed correctly, your roof can add decades of value to your home as well as helping to reduce home management costs by a massive margin as it works to help make sure that your home stays a safe, happy and warm place to live.
  • Add in the fact that just about every form of roofing that we provide can help to make sure you are left with a job that fits your aesthetic needs as much as your wants for a cheaper home, too, from flat roofs to traditional styles through to single ply, you can rely upon us time and time again!

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What you get from us

Highest Roofing Fire Rating

Residential Commercial

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Metal, Clay/Tile, Flat Roof, Cool Roof, Composite Shingle

The Coolest Colors On The Coast

Meets Green Building Standard Code

Better For The Environment - Better For You!

Beautiful Look

High Performance

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FAQ

Many different kinds of damages that can compromise a roof system. It can be hard to know where to begin to look and, often, homeowners aren’t really sure what they are looking for. That’s why it is a smart investment to hire a roofing professional to perform a roof inspection periodically (at least once a year). He will know what kinds of damage to look for and where to look for them.

If, however, you feel comfortable performing a roof inspection on your own, then take a look at the posts we recently wrote about the common signs you need a new roof OR take a look at our roof inspection checklist.

You have 2 options: a) a full roof replacement OR b) a re-cover of the existing roof system.

A complete roof replacement requires that your entire existing roof system be redone. This involves a “tearoff” of your existing system and is a full-blown roofing process. Cost depends on the type of shingle, style and warranty/durability you choose. Talk to your local roofing professionals to get advice on what best suits your needs and your budget.

A re-cover of your roof system is the less demanding option. This process involves only the installation of the new roof system, meaning that it is a far more expedient and cost-friendly re-roofing option. However, building code requirements do not always allow for multiple re-roofs so if you’ve done this more than once before, then you may need a complete roof replacement. Talk to your local roofing professionals to ask about local building code requirements.

A leaking roof is a bad thing. However, it doesn’t necessarily warrant a complete roof replacement. How much repair and work needs to be done on your roof depends on the level of damage caused by leaking. Talking to a professional is the best way to know whether only minor repair OR a full roof replacement is necessary.

There are many problems that can lead to roof leaking, which is why it’s important to inspect your roof periodically and check for common warning signs. You can perform this inspection yourself, but it is a good idea to hire a professional at least once a year to check for any serious roof problems.

A re-cover of your roof system is the less demanding option. This process involves only the installation of the new roof system, meaning that it is a far more expedient and cost-friendly re-roofing option. However, building code requirements do not always allow for multiple re-roofs so if you’ve done this more than once before, then you may need a complete roof replacement. Talk to your local roofing professionals to ask about local building code requirements.

20 Years. That is the life expectancy of the average roof system.

The life span of a roof system is determine by a number of factors, like: roof system design, building structure, material quality, material suitability, proper installation, periodic maintenance, local climate, and much more. Material quality is especially important because some roof system types such as clay tile, slate and (certain) metal can last longer.

When choosing the materials for a new roof (or when hiring a professional, make sure to check the warranties on the materials. Most roofing manufacturers offer warranties on their products and you should be wary of any manufacturer that doesn’t.

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Your Home Upgrade Timeline

STEP 1

Consultation

Submit the contact form and schedule an appointment at your property to meet with one of our specialists.

STEP 2

Estimate

Work with our specialist to create your ideal home upgrade based on your space, style, and budget.

STEP 3

Installation

Our professional workers will make sure to give you the top quality service in order to do a perfect job.

STEP 4

Conclusion

Sit back and relax in your new upgraded home, and reach out to your project manager if you have any questions or concerns.

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