Metal roofs come in different gauges; 20, 22, and 24 weigh more, which means more of a heavy-duty fastener and thicker metal, so it will hold up better to wind, rain, snow, and the elements. The downside to a thicker…
This is kind of a two-part answer because most people are going to pick their roof depending on the type of weather, such as sun reflection or snow.
Wind resistance is pretty much based on the type and style of shingle in which you pick.
The normal application of when the roof is installed is as storm proof as you are going to get.
Any architectural shingle that we put on comes with a wind warranty of about 50 to 60 miles per hour. Cool fact: most people think that by putting more nails or screws into their roof when they do it themselves,…
As long as there are no other issues with your roof, barring storm or wind damage or hail, roofs generally last about 20 to 30 years. If you live somewhere in the Midwest, like Kansas, the average roof might last…
It's absolutely worth patching a roof; if it's just a small problem, it may save you thousands of dollars in the long run, and you might avoid having to pay for new paint and drywall inside the house as well.
Roofing is extremely hard work. With all the elements people try to avoid, such as windy, raining, hot, and cold, it is physically taxing on your body.
On a residential house, a 30-year architectural shingle is going to be the best bang for your buck; you are going to get the highest quality roof for the best price.
Yes, roofs are covered by home insurance, and everyone's deductible will vary depending on which kind of policy you have. State Farm, Farm Bureau, Farmers, Allstate, and American Family.