Thanks to a new state law, it is now illegal for contractors in Texas to waive insurance deductibles. This applies to roofing projects, which are often very important investments for homeowners. As such, it pays to make sure that you are working with reliable and trustworthy contractors that will get the job done. However, this could prove challenging given the prevalence of storm chasers and other fraudulent contractors.
Metal roofing is a viable option for almost all homes, except those with flat rooftops. Metal roofs have great aesthetics and function. But some homeowners wonder whether they need to remove their old roof before installing a new roof.
Before a roofing project begins, home roofing contractors will first measure your roof to determine how much material will be needed. Roofers will often make an allowance, usually an extra 10% to 15%, to account for mistakes, waste and those hard-to-measure portions of your roof, such as the valleys and chimneys.
According to a report by Allied Market Research, the North American roofing market is predicted to reach $47.51 billion by 2025. Its compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is expected to grow by 5.9% from 2018 to 2025. But what are the factors driving this growth?
There are several reasons to like a flat roof, but sometimes it might not be the best option for a residential property. Thankfully, a pitched residential roof replacement is an option you can consider. This is an operation where the original sloped roof is transitioned into a roof with a much higher pitch.