Protect Your Home with a New Roof from Emmons
A roof replacement starts with a consultation from the roofing professionals at Emmons. Our team of expert roofers will come out, inspect your roof and provide our recommendations. We are licensed and fully insured in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania and are proud to use the highest quality roofing materials from manufacturers like Owens Corning and CertainTeed. Since your roof is the umbrella that protects your home and everything inside of it, it’s important to be prepared to replace your roof as it nears its lifespan of 15-20 years.
Extreme weather, poor installation, and cheap materials are all factors in determining if it is time for a roof replacement. The expert roofers at Emmons can assess any potential damage and recommend various options for a new roof. With several shingle styles, shapes, and colors available, your new roof will not only protect your home for years to come but it will look great and increase your home’s value.
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A Roof Replacement Is an Investment
Even when you are prepared to replace your roof, the financial implications are still intimidating. With our financing plans and potential insurance coverage options we do our best to help ease that financial burden. It’s important to understand that your roof is the most important structure aside from to your home’s foundation. Not only does it keep your house dry when it rains or snows, but it insulates and protects everything below it, including the foundation. When it’s time for a roof replacement you’re investing in the health and ultimately the resale value of your home.
Why Replace Your Home’s Roof?
Deciding on a roof replacement will be a necessity at some point. Most asphalt shingle roofs last 15-20 years before they start to deteriorate. Heavy storms, falling debris and other factors can cause damage to your roof and other protective features that keep the elements out of your home. A new roof can greatly increase your home’s energy efficiency as there have been advancements in roofing materials since yours was installed. Increased protection, energy efficiency, and curb appeal are all great benefits of replacing your roof. Don’t wait until you spring a leak! Contact the roof replacement experts at Emmons today for a free consultation and quote.
Common Signs It’s Time for a Roof Replacement
- Over 20 Years Old
- Missing Shingles
- Curling or Buckling Shingles
- Soft Spots
- Deteriorated Flashing
- Gutters Filled with Granules
- Moisture, Mold, or Algae
- Ice Dams
Why Choose Emmons for Your Roof Replacement?
All roofing systems have a life expectancy. After 15 years, roofs often develop problems that require a complete replacement. For instance, the shingles, pipe collar and ridge vent can sustain erosion and other damage over time. However, you shouldn’t wait for a leak before you have your roof inspected. Our expert roofers can examine each of these elements to determine whether a repair or replacement is the best solution.
Emmons Roofing & Siding knows that a roof replacement is a major undertaking and investment. Because of that, we’ll do everything we can to meet your budget and will even work with your homeowner’s insurance. We want you to be able to afford the roofing work that you need and to get the reimbursement that you deserve. We always use the highest quality roofing materials, such as Owens Corning and CertainTeed, and provide full workmanship and material warranties. Financing plans for your roof replacement project are also available, simply contact us for additional details!
Types of Roofing Materials
Emmons specializes in the installation of asphalt roofing shingles. We offer standard, three-tab asphalt and architectural, dimensional asphalt shingles. We also install metal roofing systems that provide incredibly durable protection for your home.
Three-tab asphalt shingles are the most popular type of residential roofing material because they are affordable, extremely durable, and have a traditional aesthetic. Most homeowners replace their roof with the same style they had previously to keep a consistent look and feel. They also come in a variety of colors and textures for those that want to add a little character to their home.
Architectural asphalt shingles have gained popularity in recent years because they add a more dimensional effect to an otherwise flat surface. They are also a little thicker than the three-tab shingle, thus providing a little more protection. Architectural shingles come in a variety of colors and random or repeating patterns to create a unique look for your home. They cost a little more but last longer.
A metal roof is very durable, energy-efficient, and lightweight. Metal roofing materials can be made with a range of metals, including aluminum, copper, steel, tin, and zinc. They come in a variety of styles from interlocking standing seam panels, to shakes, and even an eye-catching clay tile look. The prices range widely for metal roofs based on the size of the roof, type of metal, and the style you choose.
Slate roofing is well-liked for its appearance as well as for being strong, low-maintenance, and lasting at least 40 years. Almost any slate roof will increase a home’s value, and some slate roofs can last for more than a century.
Cedar shingles have a distinct natural wood appearance. They last for more than 30 years, provide excellent thermal insulation, and are resistant to weather and storms. They do require ongoing maintenance to reach that lifespan.
Clay or concrete tile roofs are both options. It is resistant to the elements, saves energy, requires little maintenance, and can last for up to 50 years. Because tile roofs are heavy and labor-intensive, they are not suitable for all homes.
We Can Replace Any Style Roof
Every home has characteristics that make it unique and there is no exception for your roof. Whether you have a typical A-framed gable roof, multiple dormers, or a flat roof, the expert roof replacement team at Emmons has you covered.
This standard style of roof can be found throughout the Delaware Valley and is easily recognized by its triangular shape. They can utilize any type of roofing material. Gable roofs easily shed water and snow and more easily maintained than more complex roof designs.
Cross Gabled Roofs
Cross gabled roofs are made up of intersecting gables that meet at a right angle. The heights and pitches can be the same or different. Any time there are seams in a roof, there is a need for flashing to thwart off any potential water infiltration.
A more stable version of a gabled roof, a hip roof slopes on all 4 sides. The sides match in length and form a ridge at the top. These are great roofs for windy and snowy areas. Just about any type of roofing material can be used on a hip roof as well.
These roofs typically run down the sides of a home and uses two different slopes. The upper slope is lower and more standard in pitch while the lower part is practically vertical. A mansard roof has four sides while a gambrel roof only has two sides.
Simply put, these roofs have little to no pitch at all. Shingles are not recommended for flat roofs. Most commonly found on commercial buildings they would use EPDM (rubber), TPO (thermoplastic) or BUR (built-up roofing). Many homeowners use a flat roof for additions.
Other Roof Styles
Many roofs in the area use a combination of more than one style of roof. When it comes to the cost of replacing your roof, there are several factors relating to the style of your roof that are considered. Our roof replacement experts will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Emmons Roof Replacement Process
We can usually replace your roof in less than two days. Depending on the size and shape of your roof we typically complete the job in a single day. When you choose Emmons for your roof replacement, we’ll guide you through every step of the process and provide as little disruption to your household as possible.
Initial Roof Replacement Consultation
To get started on your roof replacement project, simply reach out to us today for a free quote. During the consultation, we’ll measure the entire surface and check all of your vent pipes, chimneys, and any other unique elements of your roof.
Choosing Your Roofing Materials
Once you’re ready to replace your roof, we can provide you with material samples so that you can choose the types of shingles and color that best fits your home. During this time feel free to ask us any questions you may have, we want you to take your time making this important decision.
Roof Replacement Estimate
After we factor in the size and shape of your roof along with all of the roofing materials you chose, we can provide you with your free, upfront roof replacement estimate with no hidden costs. We’ll schedule a timeframe for your project that works best for you.
Remove Old Roof
On day one of your roof replacement, we will carefully remove your existing roof and will be sure to protect your home and property as we clear all of the debris. Our roofers will take care of all of the cleanup and will leave your property as tidy as it was when we found it.
Install New Roof
Our expert roofers will then install all new pipe collars, venting, flashing, underlayment, and the new shingles you selected. We’ll make sure everything is sealed tightly and during this time will review our workmanship and manufacturer warranties with you.