Shingle Roof Replacement
Shingle roofs are the most common type of roofs in the United States. While most roofing companies handle shingle roof replacement, homeowners trust KAC Construction because of our expert roofers, A+ customer service, and our Million Dollar Guarantee.
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Asphalt Shingle Roof Replacement
The vast majority of homes in the United States have asphalt shingles, which makes asphalt shingle roof replacement the leading type of roof replacement. KAC Construction handles roof replacement day in and day out.
Wood Shingle Roof Replacement
Wood shingles are machine-cut from cedar, spruce, or pine. While a wood shingle roof will give your home a unique and rustic look, it’s going to require more of an investment than asphalt shingles.
Metal Shingle Roof Replacement
Metal shingles are typically made from aluminum, steel, copper, or an alloy. Homeowners choose metal shingles when they want superior durability and a sleek look (depending on the type of home).
Slate Shingle Roof Replacement
Slate shingles are durable and elegant looking, but much like tile they require a specific type of roof for installation. They’re typically seen on Colonial, European, and French chateau style homes.
What You Need to Know About Shingle Roof Replacement
A roof replacement is an important home update, so it’s crucial to put the job in capable hands. Whether you need responsive storm restoration services or it’s just time to replace your existing roof, you can always count on the expertise of a highly-skilled local roof replacement contractor when you work with KAC Construction
The idea of replacing your roof can be overwhelming, especially when the damage is storm-related and therefore unexpected. With this in mind, we make every effort to simplify the process and reduce the stress for homeowners. KAC Construction team with a public adjuster that will handle all communications with your insurance adjuster to be sure that the damage is properly identified and documented.
How Shingle Roofing Works
When thinking about shingles on your roof it’s better to think of them as an entire roofing system. They are laid precisely so that your shingles can work together in protecting your roof. Not only are your shingles nailed to your roof but they are also nailed to each other, making them a cohesive roofing system!
Which Type of Shingle Roofing Should You Choose?
- 3-Tab Shingles: This is the most common kind of shingle found on homes. They are very affordable and come in a lot of different color options. This allows homeowners to easily match their shingles to just about any colored home.
- Dimensional Shingles: These feature two layers of shingles that are bonded together to create a stronger roof and also allows for more unique designs. Because of the added strength dimensional shingles are made to last a very long time.
- Luxury Shingles: Another popular shingle option is the luxury shingle. They are made to mimic the design and texture of other roofing materials like cedar shakes but for a fraction of the cost. These are also stronger than the previously mentioned shingles meaning you will be better protected against impacts.
How Long Does Shingle Roof Replacement Take?
A shingle roof replacement should only be done by an experienced roofer who knows your area and is familiar with the climate. Experienced roofers, like roofclaim.biz, will have your roof fully replaced in a day. Our roofing contractors take great care when replacing your shingles because even a small misplacement can cause future damage to your roof.
Does Insurance Cover Shingle Roof Replacement?
Your insurance provider can cover your shingle replacement if you file a roof insurance claim. Your claim will be approved by your provider if there is evidence of damage that is covered by your policy. Some common forms of roof damage covered by homeowners insurance are wind and hail. In order to find out if you have wind or hail damage, you will need to have a roof inspection done on your home.
roofclaim.com is is local roofing expert and we are experienced in identifying all kinds of roof damage and helping homeowners navigate the roof insurance claims process.
How Do I Schedule Shingle Roof Replacement with KAC Construction?
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How Shingle Roof Replacement Works With KAC Construction
It’s never fun to have a roof that needs repair. Thankfully, you have KAC Construction to make the repair process as painless as possible.
CURRENT ROOF INSPECTION
Prior to doing any type of roof replacement, we need to inspect your current shingles & your roof’s underlying structure.
If your insurance needs to be involved in the roof replacement process, we’ll manage your claim so you don’t have to.
SHINGLE ROOF REPLACEMENT
We’ll send our expert shingle roof installation crew to your property – you’ll have a brand new shingle roof in no time.
Every shingle roofing job completed by KAC Construction is backed by our industry-leading Million Dollar Guarantee
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