FULL ROOF INSTALLATION AND REPLACEMENT
Carolina offers roof installation services in the Triangle & surrounding areas. Whether you want a traditional shingle roof installation or you're thinking about a different material, we can do the job. We'll have your new roof set up in no time. After the job is done, Carolina Roofing will also make a free annual inspection to make sure your roof is handling the stress of its environment.
PROTECT YOUR HOME WITH A RELIABLE ROOF CHOOSE US FOR ROOF INSTALLATION SERVICES.
We're capable of using a variety of roofing materials. Get in touch with us when you need a:
• Shingle roof installation - complement your home with attractive singles.
• Metal roof installation - metal is known for its durability and extended life.
• Flat roof installation - get a dependable roof installed at your work facility.
COMMON ROOF REPLACEMENT ISSUES
Financing Options Available for Roof Replacement Costs.
WE CAN HELP YOU WITH ROOF INSURANCE CLAIMS
FREQUENT QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
If you have storm damage, leaky roof, or your roof covering is aged and needs to be replaced, we encourage you to contact your Insurance Company to have an adjuster come out and take a look. By doing this, it gives you, the home owner, an idea on Insurance Compensation.
Next you need to give us a call so that we can take a look ourselves for your FREE ESTIMATE!
Once your insurance has made assessments and we have met, it is time to decide what type of roof covering you are wanting to install. With our knowledge on Roof options and your house, we will be able to support and help in the decision of which covering is best for your house economically and what look is going to please you.
Tearing off your old roof covering
All materials needed to replace your roof with the Roof Covering of your choice
All Vents, Boot Pipes, and any other type of ventilation (all pipes are painted to match roof color)
Cleaning up all trash, rolling magnets over yards and driveways to pick up any tacks, and hauling off all debris
Since there is no way to know just how bad your roof is under your current covering until it's removed, WOOD DAMAGE is NOT included in your Roofing Estimate. Wood damage will be replaced at an extra cost.
Fascia Board that is rotten can be fixed at homeowners request but is not included in your initial estimate.
Different types of roofs last longer than others. Depending on the type of roof you have, the average lifespan can vary considerably. For instance, asphalt shingles typically last 15-30 years, while less common slate roofing can last up to 100 years. When browsing for roof replacement services, make sure to mention the type of roofing material that your home has. If you’ve gotten in touch with a professional roofer like Carolina Roofing, they should be able to tell you the average lifespan of your type of roof. For a rough estimate of the lifespan of different roofing types, consult the list below:
Asphalt Shingles: 15 to 30-year lifespan
Tile Roofing: 50 to 75-year lifespan
Slate Roofing: 75 to 100-year lifespan Wood Shingles: 25 to 30-year lifespan
Metal Roofing: 50 to 75-year lifespan
You can risk severe damage to your home’s interior from an unkept leaky roof. When it’s meant to last for 20 to 30 years on average, it’s important to repair storm damages and stay up to date with maintenance.
Working on a home’s roofing system isn’t something that anyone should ever take lightly. A roofing system is designed to protect your interior space. Your roof is created to protect all of the people who enter that interior space on a daily basis. If you have any kind of need for professional roofing system service, then you should search for help from the right experts. You should never approach the hiring process in a thoughtless or impulsive manner.
During the summer months, solar panels will actually help keep the covered portion of your roof cooler than other portions. For instance, according to research conducted by Dr. Jan Kleissl, the panels keep your home up to five degrees cooler in the summer than homes without panels. What is important is that according to the United States Department of Energy, each degree set on your thermostat equals approximately one percent of your overall energy bill. If you can lower or raise your thermostat five degrees and pay an average of $140 per month on heating or cooling, respectively, you can save, on average, a total of $84 per year.
As for the scientific side of roof coloration, you may be shocked to find how much this choice matters. Just as people choose to wear lighter colors in hot summer months, the lightness or darkness of your roof will also affect heat absorption or reflection. Generally speaking, lighter-colored roofs reflect more heat, and darker-colored ones tend to absorb and transfer heat into the house below.
If your roof is a darker color, you may find that your air conditioner is working harder in the summer months to offset this absorbed heat. But on the other side of this coin, consider what happens in winter. A darker roof will absorb heat and may marginally help with home heating costs.