The best type of roofing for your home depends on your budget, goals, and style preferences. Asphalt shingles are popular in Texas because they provide a nice balance of cost, durability, and temperature resistance, potentially lasting 20–30 years with proper care.
There are many options for commercial roofing that work well in Texas, including EPDM, asphalt shingles, thermoplastic, and metal roofing. Metal roofs can keep your building cooler and provide savings on your electricity bill.
Keep an eye out for water stains and leaks inside your house, missing shingles, and pieces of shingles lying on the ground next to your home. The truth is that you can avoid problems by having our team inspect your roof from time to time, especially after a hailstorm or hurricane-force winds.
There are times when residential roof repair is the best choice, such as minor leaks. If the underlying structure is weakened, too many shingles are missing, or damage is extensive (such as a fallen tree), replacement usually saves you money in the end. When a roof reaches the end of its life, it’s probably worth