Advanced Shingle Roof Installation

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Shingle Roof Installation

A new roof is a significant investment, and you must protect what matters most and that includes family and valuable assets. It not only protects the house from external elements but also enhances its aesthetic curb appeal. By installing a professional new roof with us, you will see the benefits right away; including in your wallet (as you will save on summer energy costs).

The Different Types of Shingles

IKO residential roofing shingles come in laminated traditional, performance, and architectural – each with its unique characteristics. Shingles are made using crushed limestone/asphalt sandwiched between fiberglass and/or lamination then ceramic/UV resistant coating is applied following color. Asphalt shingles are cost-effective, easy to install, and provide excellent protection against weather conditions.

Performance shingles give you maximum protection against the elements including monsoon wind uplift and water infiltration. These shingles have a large high-definition exposure and 3D profile making them a strong choice in the roofing shingle in the IKO family.

Cambridge laminated architectural shingles are the most favored among roofing contractors and homeowners alike. The color blends are patented making them 100% unique. It has a high profile and thickness to it making your new roof “pop”. For superior weather protection, you can’t do any better.

Traditional laminated shingles are the safe choice for homeowners that are on a budget. The 3-tab roofing shingles that IKO started with, withstands the test of time.

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The Process of Installing a Shingle Roof

You can install your own roof – there are plenty of DIY videos out there. In fact, you can learn about the process in the steps below. Why hire Advanced Roofing, LLC.? Because we are insurance claim specialists who will do our best to get your new roof 100% paid for by the insurance company you currently have. Also, we have up to date training and over a decade of experience installing shingle, tile and flat roof’s.

Roof Inspection and Preparation
Before installing a new shingle roof, it is crucial to conduct a thorough inspection of the existing roof. Our insurance claim specialist can identify damaged shingles and/or manufacturer defects, issues left behind by the previous roofing contractor, problems with underlayment or sheathing, etc. For instance, you may need a small repair instead of a full replacement.

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Roof Demolition
If the existing roof is beyond repair or if a complete replacement is desired, the process of roof demolition becomes necessary. This involves removing the old shingles, underlayment, and any damaged roof sheathing. It is essential to follow proper safety protocols during this phase to prevent accidents and minimize damage to the underlying structure of the roof and home.

Replacing Roof Sheathing
Once the old roof has been removed, it is crucial to inspect the roof sheathing for any signs of damage or rot. Damaged sheathing should be replaced to ensure a solid foundation for the new shingles. This step requires precision and expertise, as improper installation can compromise the integrity of the entire roofing system.

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Installing Underlayment
Underlayment acts as a secondary barrier against the elements. In Arizona monsoon season is brutal. Felt paper or synthetic underlayment protects the sheathing against moisture and provides additional protection to the roof. The process of installing underlayment involves carefully laying it over the roof sheathing, ensuring proper coverage and alignment. This step is crucial in preventing water infiltration and prolonging the lifespan of the shingles.

Installing Shingles on a Sloped Roof
The final and most critical step in shingle roof installation is the placement of the shingles. This process requires meticulous attention to detail and adherence to manufacturer guidelines. Starting from the bottom edge of the roof, each shingle is carefully aligned and secured using nails and reinforced with adhesive (in some cases), depending on the type of shingle. Proper installation techniques, such as staggering the shingles and ensuring adequate ventilation, are essential for optimal performance and longevity of the roof.

Get an Advanced New Roof Installation

Advanced Roofing, LLC. ensures that the roofing contractors hold necessary certifications and licenses required by Arizona Law & Registrar of Contractors ROC# 311509. Our IKO certification is from the manufacturer – this indicates our expertise and commitment to quality, professionalism and that we hold ourselves to a high standard. Craftsmanship over salesmanship as we like to say.

We have the necessary insurance coverage, including liability and workers' compensation. This protects both the contractor and the building owner from potential liabilities in case of accidents or property damage during the project. If you want more information, just call us and talk with the owner Mark Muzio: 602-350-4052.

Limited & lifetime warranties are provided by the contractor for both materials and workmanship. Additionally, ask us about commercial roofing maintenance services to ensure the long-term performance and durability of the commercial roof. In the event of a roof leak or damage, prompt action is essential to prevent further deterioration and minimize potential losses. Commercial buildings with flat roofs require specific considerations for emergency repairs and replacement.

Emergency roof repair is something we specialize in. We have seen and fixed bad work from other contractors and will tell you that it is important to make the right choice the first time. We will assess the extent of the damage and provide immediate solutions to mitigate further water infiltration. Temporary measures, such as tarping or patching, may be implemented until a permanent repair can be executed.

When replacing a roof, consider the existing roofing material, building structure, and budget. Consult with a roofing contractor to determine the most suitable replacement option, such as shingle, tile, TPO, EPDM, polyurethan foam or modified bitumen, etc. Proper installation and adherence to building codes are crucial to ensure the longevity and performance of the new roof. The selection of appropriate roofing materials, such as polyurethane foam, TPO, rubber, modified bitumen, or metal, depends on factors such as durability, energy efficiency, and budget.

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