One of the many reasons a homeowner should use a reliable roofing contractor to install a new roof is to avoid premature roof failure. Today, [company_name], a 37-year veteran of the roofing trade, discusses the possible causes of premature roof failure.
New roofs fail most of the time because some amateur roofers rushed their installation or cut corners. Inexperienced roofing contractors skip proper protocol during installation, making the system faulty from the start. Hiring a professional roofer like us can protect you from experiencing this problem, as our team is meticulous in installing our products; we make sure everything is in order during and after the project.
Even after proper installation, a roof may quickly lose durability due to lack of proper attic ventilation. Attic ventilation is an important part of your roofing system, as the right vents can prevent moisture and heat buildup from damaging your roof even during hot days. A professional roofer may offer you options to add or resize attic vents to prevent them from cracking up during the hot season.
Cheap Roofing Materials
Using cheap roofing materials is another cost-cutting trick amateur roofers are known for. Choosing the lowest bid from a potential contractor typically leads to this problem. Paying a premium for premium services and products is far better than paying for expensive repairs or replacements in the near future.
Reusing Old Flashing
It may be tempting to allow your roofer to reuse old flashings, especially if they tell you it’s going to save you money. But old flashings are likely to fail sooner. You’re replacing your roof anyway, so why should you risk waiting for brittle flashings to give you new problems? Besides, flashings don’t cost much money. New residential roof replacement should use only new flashings, to reduce the chances of having issues soon.
[company_name] offers premium roofing installation services to ensure your new roof doesn’t wear out before its time. Call us at [company_phone phone="1"] today. We serve homeowners in Fort Collins, CO.