Roof Replacement near Coventry, CT
Your roof is the most important part of you home it protects you from rain, wind and other elements. Making good decisions is the key to minimizing near and long term costs related to any home improvement, this is especially true for a large project like roofing.
The first decision is whether to simply patch leaks and damaged areas or whether partial or complete re-roofing is in order, you also have to decide whether to roof over your existing roof or whether to remove it. Once we determine the type of repairs needed, MJT Roofing will work with you to find the proper materials for your roof. Depending on the materials, your roof could last anywhere from 30 to 100 years. We have a variety of roof styles and colors available, or we can order special slates and/or tiles to meet your personal specifications and budget.
Plus, since all of our work is backed by a comprehensive warranty, you can rest assured that your roof will have a long and healthy life.
To discuss your repair options, contact MJT Roofing right away. From residential construction to commercial repairs, we are a one-stop destination for all of your roofing needs. For a complimentary inspection and a free, no-obligation quote, complete our short online form or call 8604656841. Our office hours are Monday through Saturday, 7:30 am-7:00 pm, and our emergency service is also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Here are some tips to help you.
How old is your existing roof? knowing when a roof was installed offers insight into how much life it has left. For instance, a typical asphalt shingle roof last 20 to 25 years while a roof installed over existing layer of shingles should be replaced after 20 years.
Are you missing shingles, curled or buckling shingles are another sign that you may need a new roof, check the areas of your home that get direct sunlight and if you notice the shingles are curling and losing granules, it could mean the shingles are past their life expectancy.
The flashing around chimneys, skylights, vents or the parts were the roof meets with a wold you have flashing. This is another areas to be concerned about, if your flashing consists of roof cement or tar it may need to be replaced with a long-term water-tight fitting which would be a metal flashing system.