So, you have decided a new roof is in your future. There are so many considerations and decisions to make. The style, the color, the roofing material, and the company you trust to put on your new roof are all factors to ponder. The options are endless! Let’s break down some of these options, and figure out the best roof for your home in the new year.
What roofing options are available for my home?
- Available in traditional three-tab shingles or thicker architectural shingles
- Inexpensive to moderate cost to install
- Moderate in weight on the roof
- Available in a variety of colors
- Simple installation
- Available in sheets, or shingles that resemble other roofing materials
- Good resistance to wind and fire
- Moderate to Expensive, depending on the material used
- Natural look, weathers to a silvery gray
- Short lifespan, periodic maintenance needed
- Moderate in weight
- Moderate cost
- Made from natural slate rock
- Long-lasting, durable
- Good fire and wind resistant
- Very expensive
Will my new roof hold up to Kansas weather?
Considering the weather in Kansas is fairly moderate, choosing any of the roofing materials would be more than adequate. It would be wise to consider the weight of snow on top of your roofing material and have a plan in place for proper snow removal. Some roofing materials require a little more care than others when removing excess snow. Understanding the procedures before winter arrives is a wise option. (Do you want to learn how to remove snow on top of your roofs?)
Is it too heavy for my house frame?
Contact a trusted professional roofing company to inspect your home if you are in need of roof replacement and determine which roofing system your house frame can hold. Shull Roofing in Salina will be able to spend time with you answering all of your questions, and helping you to weigh the options for your particular home. The decision process can be a little overwhelming, but we do our best to give you peace of mind, and comfort moving forward.
Which roof style will complement my home?
Is your home rustic-looking? A cedar roof would complement it beautifully! Is your home Colonial, French-Chateau, or European in style? If so, lean toward a slate roof, opting for a variety of roofing colors such as gray, black, green, red, or purple. Perhaps your home is Mediterranean or Spanish-styled? Consider a tile roof. The options are endless when it comes to the style of roof. Once again, consult with Shull Roofing Salina to help decide the best roof for your home.
There are many things to consider when choosing the best roof for your home. Trust the professionals, and get sound advice. We are here to help and know you are going to love the quality of your new roof. We guarantee it!
Call today for a free inspection.