Natural disasters can bring out the best and the worst in people. Dealing with the aftermath of a severe weather event can be a devastating experience. If your roofing system happens to fall victim to hail damage, hurricane winds or other acts of God, it seems obvious to immediately get it fixed. Shelter during storm season is without a doubt priority number one.
There’s a reason why clay and concrete tiles are popular among roofers and homeowners alike in New Mexico. While this material is perhaps one of (if not the) most expensive roofing types available today, it more than makes up for it with its extremely long lifespan, almost maintenance-free durability and unmatched curb appeal.
The Southwestern United States can endure 100-degree days for months on end. This may sound like an extreme case of drought for some people, but it’s a just a regular day in New Mexico. While all roofing systems are designed to take a beating from any weather, not many materials can withstand the extreme heat and radiation of a continental climate.
Only 3% of all roofing companies in the nation is given the prestige of being a Master Elite® contractor by GAF. It takes a lot of commitment, training and hard work, along with all important licensing and certification to be awarded this status. But with all these requirements, what does it mean for you as a homeowner?
If you’ve called around asking for quotes from multiple roofers before, then you know just how expensive getting a brand new roofing installation can be. Repair and maintenance go a long way to extending the lifespan of any roof, but the more years you put on that roof, the harder and harder it becomes to maintain. Leaks become more frequent. Some parts begin to sag. It starts to look faded and worn. These are only a few of the symptoms of a roof entering the final years of its service.