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How can I tell if the roofing system needs repair?

Roof system issues are frequently found after leaking or other major damage. Periodic (twice-yearly) inspections can often reveal cracked, warped, or missing shingles, loose seams, and degraded flashings; excessive surface granules, gathering in gutters or downspouts, and other apparent indications of roof system problems.

What exactly is a roof inspection?

When a roofing expert comes to evaluate your roof, the first thing they will do is look for damage. This could include broken or missing shingles, leaks or water damage, and damaged gutters or vents. Depending on the size and condition of your home's roof, examination times will fluctuate.

How much does a new roof cost?

Wells Fargo is our partner for Roof Financing Options. We help homeowners who want to install a new roof but cannot pay the full cost. When you receive your free assessment, we will always be straightforward about our costs, and we may be able to provide you with a free estimate on the spot.

How long will it take us to finish your project?

Most roof replacements and seamless gutter installation projects are completed in a single day. It is dependent on the total area of the house.

How can I know whether I need a new roof for my house?

Consider the age of the roof and its appearance, and check if there are leaks or not to determine whether or not your property requires a new roof. Typical shingle roofs survive between 12 and 20 years.

Do you have a variety of roofing systems and color schemes to choose from?

Yes, of course! We specialize in assisting clients in selecting aesthetically beautiful roofing types. We can offer you a wide range of solutions, and our estimators can show you samples during your free consultation.

What type of roofing material should I choose?

This is a difficult question, and it has nothing to do with the shingle. The installation method determines how long your roof lasts before it needs repairs and upkeep. Selecting an experienced professional installer with care guarantees that you'll have peace of mind knowing that they've done their homework to ensure that your home won't require costly repairs anytime soon.

Is it possible that my landscaping may be damaged during the roofing installation?

We work hard as experienced roofing contractors to keep your yard safe while building your roof. We always use tarps, and as part of our clean-up operation, we employ an industrial magnet roller to roll around your yard.

What is the source of the stains on my roof?

Stains frequently cause algae growth on the roof. This type of vegetation is more common because there is less solar exposure on the north and east-facing slopes. We can coat your shingles to withstand algae growth to avoid such damage.

Will a roof leak cause long-term damage?

A leaky roof will not only harm your roof, but it will also harm your home. If you discover leaks in your roof, have it inspected as soon as possible to avoid mold growth. All inspections at Epic Exteriors Roofing are trusted and come with detailed findings.

Is it true that a new roof might help you save money on your power bills?

A new roof will not always reduce utility bills, but a well-designed roof and ventilation system can. It will remove summer heat and winter humidity from your attic spaces, lowering your utility bills in the process. Epic Exteriors Roofing can also check and estimate your attic ventilation insulation if you want it.

Is it required to do roof inspections?

Yes, your roof should be inspected by a professional roofer every year. After very intense storms, it's also a good idea to have your roof evaluated and inspected.

When is the ideal time to have my roof replaced?

When replacing a roof, the perfect time is whenever you need it. Throughout the year, we replace and repair roofs. We use GAF shingles that are made to be installed all year, regardless of the season. You'll get the same high-quality service and product.

What is the life expectancy of a shingle roof?

A quality shingle roof should last the owner's lifetime if properly installed. There are several reasons to pick a shingle roof for your home, but the most important would be aesthetics and rigidity. Depending on the type of shingle you choose, a shingle roof can endure up to 30 or more years.

Roof system issues are frequently found after leaking or other major damage. Periodic (twice-yearly) inspections can often reveal cracked, warped, or missing shingles, loose seams, and degraded flashings; excessive surface granules, gathering in gutters or downspouts, and other apparent indications of roof system problems.

When a roofing expert comes to evaluate your roof, the first thing they will do is look for damage. This could include broken or missing shingles, leaks or water damage, and damaged gutters or vents. Depending on the size and condition of your home's roof, examination times will fluctuate.

Wells Fargo is our partner for Roof Financing Options. We help homeowners who want to install a new roof but cannot pay the full cost. When you receive your free assessment, we will always be straightforward about our costs, and we may be able to provide you with a free estimate on the spot.

Most roof replacements and seamless gutter installation projects are completed in a single day. It is dependent on the total area of the house.

Consider the age of the roof and its appearance, and check if there are leaks or not to determine whether or not your property requires a new roof. Typical shingle roofs survive between 12 and 20 years.

Yes, of course! We specialize in assisting clients in selecting aesthetically beautiful roofing types. We can offer you a wide range of solutions, and our estimators can show you samples during your free consultation.

This is a difficult question, and it has nothing to do with the shingle. The installation method determines how long your roof lasts before it needs repairs and upkeep. Selecting an experienced professional installer with care guarantees that you'll have peace of mind knowing that they've done their homework to ensure that your home won't require costly repairs anytime soon.

We work hard as experienced roofing contractors to keep your yard safe while building your roof. We always use tarps, and as part of our clean-up operation, we employ an industrial magnet roller to roll around your yard.

Stains frequently cause algae growth on the roof. This type of vegetation is more common because there is less solar exposure on the north and east-facing slopes. We can coat your shingles to withstand algae growth to avoid such damage.

A leaky roof will not only harm your roof, but it will also harm your home. If you discover leaks in your roof, have it inspected as soon as possible to avoid mold growth. All inspections at Epic Exteriors Roofing are trusted and come with detailed findings.

A new roof will not always reduce utility bills, but a well-designed roof and ventilation system can. It will remove summer heat and winter humidity from your attic spaces, lowering your utility bills in the process. Epic Exteriors Roofing can also check and estimate your attic ventilation insulation if you want it.

Yes, your roof should be inspected by a professional roofer every year. After very intense storms, it's also a good idea to have your roof evaluated and inspected.

When replacing a roof, the perfect time is whenever you need it. Throughout the year, we replace and repair roofs. We use GAF shingles that are made to be installed all year, regardless of the season. You'll get the same high-quality service and product.

A quality shingle roof should last the owner's lifetime if properly installed. There are several reasons to pick a shingle roof for your home, but the most important would be aesthetics and rigidity. Depending on the type of shingle you choose, a shingle roof can endure up to 30 or more years.

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