Protecting Your Home With Good Guys Roofing
Unfortunately, the roof is often the most overlooked part of the home because it sits up so high and goes unnoticed.
Believe it or not, but most homeowners could not even tell you the color of their shingles if you asked them. The chances of them knowing the brand and type of shingles are even less likely. That is where our highly educated team comes in. We are up to date on all the current shingles on the market and can help you decide what is best for your home and will offer the most protection possible. We will help you determine the type and amount of ventilation your home requires so that your roofing system operates at its peak potential. Most homes are under-ventilated which can result in keeping in too much heat, driving up summer cooling bills as well as voiding most manufactures’ warranties.
Types of Roofing
The most common shingle as well as the most budget-friendly on the market. There are many different brands as well as many different colors to suit anyone’s style. These look great on the house while offering the protection that is required. They are easy to install and most come with a manufacturer warranty.
While there are many different brands on the market, Impact Resistant shingles are the main ones we install and are Malarkey and GAF certified. Each of those two brands offer different options to choose from. While these do cost more than regular asphalt shingles and don’t have as much of a variety as regular asphalt shingles, they can save you money on your annual premium depending on which insurance carrier you have.
If you have sections of roof that are low pitch to zero pitch, we can install a few different types of flat roofing systems. The few main ones we specialize in are Mod Bit, TPO, and EPDM.
Depending on the preference of the homeowner and their budget, we are experienced in installing many different designer shingles, ranging from DaVinci, Bi-Laminates, and Tri-laminates, to match the appeal of wood shakes and more. Most of these shingles offer the highest protection against hail and wind while also carrying high fire ratings.