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Roofing Contractors In Arizona

We handle most type of roofing jobs, and most roofing materials. Our roofing services include:

tile roofing company

Tile roofing has actually been a popular choice for quite some time, for the people that know about its advantages. Tile roofs seem to last forever. They are extremely durable, and many of the manufacturers offer warranties that far exceed the more traditional shingle roofs. Tile is more expensive to install initially, but when it lasts 3-5 times as long as other roofs, it becomes a very good more...

flat roof repair near me

Flat Roofing Work Is Certainly Much Different Than Working With Roofing That Has A Slope. Not Only Are The Materials Different, But Also The Method Of Installation. We Work With Rubberized Roof Systems, Foam Roofing, And We Also Can Do Elastomeric Roof Coatings. A Flat Roof Requires A Specific Knowledge Of These Materials And more...

installing shingles

Shingle Roofs Have Been A Staple Of Our Business Since The Beginning. For Many People, The Asphalt Shingle Roof Is The Only Type Of Roof They Have Ever Known. Shingles Are Popular Due To Their Low Cost – They Are The Least Expensive Roof To Install, Which Makes Them Affordable For More Customers, And They Will Provide Good Value And Good Appearance For Several Years. read more...

tile repair contractors near me

Not Everyone Needs A Brand New Roof. If Your Roof Is Not Nearing The End Of Its Useful Life, It Is Very Possible That A Temporary Problem Such As A Small Leak, Or Perhaps Some Wind Damage, Can Be Easily Taken Care Of With A Roof Repair. We Will Go Up On Your Roof And Take A Close Look To See Exactly What Needs To Be more...

shingle roof tiles

On The Other Hand, If You Are Finding That Your Roof Needs To Be Repaired More And More Often, And The Roof Is Getting Close To The End Of Its Life, A Replacement May Be More Cost Effective. The Money That You Are Spending On Repairs Could Go Toward A New Roof, Which Is Inevitable Anyway. We Can Help You Determine Which Strategy Would Make The Most more...

commercial roofing companies

If You Are A Business Owner, You Need To Make Sure That Your Building Puts Forth A Good Image To The Public And Your Customers. Whether You Own A Retail Store, Restaurant, Office Building Or Any Other Type Of Commercial Building, We Can Help You Ensure That The Roof Looks Great And Performs As It Should. read more...


Yes, you can but it's not advisable. Shingles lose their granules over time. What you can easily wind up with is a splotchy looking roof. Keep them painted every few years though and you will be okay, Another thing, shingles are made so that there are variations in coloring. With a painted roof, there will be no variations. It will be all one color.
No, it does not need to be removed. That particular brand of shingle is designed so that the sealant seals right through the strip. The strip is there to help keep the shingles from sticking together before they're installed.
If the hail is big enough, then it won't matter what you use, the material will still get destroyed. There are some shingles that can take quite a hit and remain in good shape. There are SBS Modified asphalt shingles made by Malarkey Roofing. These shingles have a class iv hail rating which is the highest hail rating available. You can also look into metal, but be careful. We've all seen the hoods of cars after quarter-sized hail storms.
Don't go lower than 2:12 which means two inches of vertical rise for every twelve inches of horizontal run. Anything between 2:12 and 4:12, you should consider installing two layers of #15 felt underlayment, reducing the exposure of the shingle - the exposure being the part of the shingle that remains visible after installation, or both. In lieu of both of these, you may want to install a self-adhering ice and water underlayment over the entire deck surface.
Felt paper is a vapor barrier plus keeps the oils in the shingles from leeching out and into the wood substrate ( i.e. plywood or OSB roof deck), so #15, or 30 will work for any shingle roof. The type I recommend depends on roof shape.

For slopes less than 4/12, I recommend 2 layers of #15. Helps reduce the possibility of leaks. The felt overlaps in " shingle fashion".

Slopes 4/12 to 6/12, I recommend one layer of #15.

Slopes greater than 6/12 I recommend one layer of #30. The steeper the slope, the easier it is to slip and tear the felt. #30 is heavier so on steeper slopes, you don't slip and tear it as easily.



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