August through October are some of the most harsh weather months of the year in Delaware for your roof. Mother nature is unforgiving and it’s important that your roof is up to the challenge year after year. Coming out on top comes down to choosing the right material and working with a reputable roofer in Delaware to ensure the job is done right.
Whether your home’s roof is simply old and worn out or weather damage has escalated your roof to the top of the “fix-it” list, we install:
- Asphalt Shingle Roofs with 30 year, 50 year, and lifetime warranties
- Flat Roofs
- Dectec Roofing
We are a Preferred Owen’s Contractor which means we comply with their rigorous standards for roofing companies. When working with any roofing company in Delaware, you will want to make sure that they are a Owens Corning Preferred Roofing Contractor. We will lighten your burden, as well, by coordinating with your insurance company to get you that new roof under your claim.
What does roof replacement include?
There are two options for roof replacement: tear off roofing and overlay roofing.
Tear off roofing involves stripping the existing roofing shingles and installing new roofing shingles to the roof base. Overlay roofing involves placing the new roofing shingles over top of the existing roofing shingles. Read more about the difference »
How long does it take to replace a roof?
Our roofers in Delaware can install a new roof in one day, given the right circumstances, but any install should not take more than a few days.
What is the average cost to replace a roof?
Total roofing cost depends on the material you choose and the size of your roof. It costs about $4 a square for an asphalt shingle roof with 1 layer to tear off and replace.
Flat roofs are priced out on a case by case basis.
We also offer 100% Financing Options.
Prevent Roof Damage
Did you know that your roof contracts and expands extensively at the change of every season? But as long as you routinely inspect the roof, you can always be on top of whether the roof over your head is still in good condition.
So, how often should you do a roof inspection? According to the National Roofing Contractors Association, all homeowners should do a roofing inspection at least twice a year to ensure that it is in good shape and will withstand even the roughest Delaware weather conditions. Roofing inspections can also help prevent serious roof damage or leaks.
Learn More About Specific Roofing Topics
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