Roofing is a final step in the whole process of building a house, and thus some people prefer it to be done as soon as possible. This is particularly the case for low-cost housing options where the materials and the approach to work aren’t at a satisfactory level. And many companies will give you a freedom of choice where you have to either choose the cheap option which includes poor work on the roof as well as cheap materials or an expensive option full of expertly approach to construction and some quite expensive materials.

Every company that offers you a choice like that is not worth your time. Some options in this business do exist, but they aren’t as simple as others make them seem. Read this whole post for more info about colorbond roofing berwick.

Roofing materials and how they affect the price

No honest roofing contractor will give you a price of the work before they inspect the location and ask you about the shape of the roof you want. They won’t do that because the price changes as the form of the roof as well as materials that are going to be spent change. This means that the first step every contract will do is to send an inspector to check the extent of the work and the required materials and equipment we will have to bring. The inspector will come to you and discuss all details that involve everything from the blueprints of the building to materials and whether you decided on one or not.

We can work with any material you tell us to use but choose one without consultation might get you into some problems later on. If you approach us, then we will think about materials that will complement your house as well as the overall look of the neighborhood. The material we will recommend will be perfect for the weather, and that increases its longevity.

Typical materials we use in this area

Asphalt roll is a standard material that people tend to use on side-buildings. This stuff is cheap, and it can’t last for a long time, and thus we get requests to work with it on their houses. We refuse those requests because this material isn’t durable and vigorous enough to protect the home from weather changes.

One of the most popular materials for roofing is composite shingle. It doesn’t have a good lifespan (from 15 to 50 years) as it can start shedding grains within a couple of years since installation. People prefer this material because it’s the cheapest roofing material that has some sturdiness to it. It requires a bit of maintenance to keep it in near-perfect shape as composite nature of the material tends to react poorly to weather changes. We only use premium materials to create composite shingles, and thus it lasts longer than your standard composite shingles.

Check our main page as well as other posts for more info about these and other materials we prefer to use in the roofing business.