Unlike many things today, installing new roofing is not a commonplace occurrence for most people. At best, someone will install a roof on their home or business once in their lifetime. This can be a relief for some but it can also make the choice of roofing contractor intimidating and overwhelming.
We want to ensure that you, your family, and the generations that follow don’t have to worry about installing new roofing.
You may also want to consider a new roof for energy efficiency. A new roof can significantly reduce energy costs year-round. When installed by licensed, trained professionals, roofing can help HVAC work more effectively and efficiently. The inclusion of options like radiant barriers, new insulation, and proper ventilation can change your energy bills dramatically.
A new roof is generally considered one of the best investments you can make in your home. First impressions are key when you’re looking at buying or selling. Realtors have estimated that a new roof can increase curb appeal on first sight by up to 40%.
There is also a projected 70% ROI on every single dollar spent for a new roof. There are few better things you can spend your money on when it comes to your home.
What roof is right for you?
Once you have decided that you need a new roof, the next decision is to figure out which type of roof works best for your needs. From shingles to tile and metal, we’ve got you covered.
For generations, asphalt shingles have been America’s go-to roofing system. It’s a mainstay for a reason. Budget friendly and attractive, asphalt shingles come in a variety of colors, designs and styles. No matter what you’re looking for, we have asphalt shingles that can fit your taste, preferences, and budget.
Did you know that steel is North America’s #1 recycled material? This is because it can be recycled at any point during its lifecycle and it is just as strong and durable as it was in the beginning. This makes steel one of the most sustainable roofing materials available.
Lasting 40-70 years, a metal roof exceeds the lifetime durability of other roofing materials. In fact, depending on the style and type of roof, it can sustain wind gusts up to 140 miles per hour, is less likely to corrode or crack and can be highly impact resistant. Metal roofs also reflect heat, which can reduce energy costs. More than that, they will not spark or ignite into flames during a wildfire or lightning strike.
If you want a standout roof with immediate curb appeal, tile is the most natural fit. A tile roof is striking in appearance and makes a very definitive first impression. More than that, tile is also resistant to rot, fire, and insect damage. They also stand up to heavy rain as well as freeze/thaw cycles and other extreme weather.
There are two different types of tile roofs: clay and cement. Clay tiles offer higher insulating properties but concrete, surprisingly, is considered a lighter weight alternative.
Both clay and tile offer beauty, impact and durability. Call us today for more information about the types of tile roofs that we offer and what would be right for you.
What Our Customers Are Saying
The most important thing we offer is peace of mind.
Rising Star Roofing stands behind our workmanship and our materials in ways that you can trust. We provide written warranties not only for labor, but also for materials from both Rising Star and the manufacturers that provide our products.
Rising Star Roofing is one of the few roofing companies in the country that offers No Dollar Limit Warranties. This is where the manufacturer backs the labor that we provide for a period of up to 30 years and they will spend whatever is needed to repair your roof and keep it leak free.
There is no upper dollar amount on that warranty. Additionally, we also have “consequential damage” options available where damage that may have occurred within the home to belongings or interiors by a roof leak may also be covered.
Backed with the GAF Golden Pledge Shingle Warranty, North America’s largest manufacturer of roofing products, you can rest easy and assured that any roof you have installed by Rising Star Roofing is the best, safest, and most reliable choice for your family.