A home’s roof will last approximately 20 years before showing any significant signs of wear and tear, depending on the type of shingle and the installation materials used. Outside factors that affect the life of your roof include climate, ventilation, and weather. If you notice any of the following signs, you may need to have your roof repaired or replaced:
- Ceiling spots
- Damaged flashing
- Missing shingles
- Buckling or curling
- Mold/mildew growth
- Missing granules
Give us a call to set up a professional inspection today.
Commercial roofing requires a different type of installation than residential roofs. The most significant difference is the time it takes to install. The size of the building and the complexity of installation mean commercial roof installations will take about four weeks. Commercial roofs also require different maintenance, repair and service than residential roofs. Click here to learn more.
We don’t give much thought to gutters, until they’re clogged with leaves or overflowing with debris. Your gutters capture the water sliding off your roof, and the downspouts carry it to the ground and away from your home. Just one inch of rainfall is equal to 1,900 gallons of water on an average-sized roof. But if your gutters aren’t up to par, that amount of water can cause a great deal of damage to your roof, and your home. Clayton Restoration offers gutter cleaning, repair and replacement. Click here to learn more.
Adding insulation to your attic is probably the easiest and most cost efficient way to insulate your home. If your attic already has ample insulation, but your home still feels drafty and cold in the winter or too warm in the summer, you may need to add insulation to the exterior walls. Click here to learn more.
If your home’s exterior is in poor condition, you may want to consider new siding. While most homeowners are most familiar with vinyl and aluminum siding, there are more natural looking options available, such as wood and HardiePanel, a cement-based siding that can be painted. Wood and HardiePanel siding hold up quite well compared to their vinyl and aluminum counterparts. Click here to learn more about your siding options.
At Clayton Restoration, our number one goal is to earn “customers for life.” We are never just after a quick sale!
Clayton Restoration is recognized for exceptional installations and quality repairs at the best price. If your home is in need of roofing, gutters, insulation or siding, contact Clayton Restoration Company today!