There will always come a point when you need to have your roof replaced, and we can help to make that as painless as possible. If you live in the Fayetteville area and are having any problems with your roof, then give us a call.
You may have had your roof for 25 years, or you might have had it installed last year by unreputable contractors. Sometimes you can’t plan when you will have your roof replaced, but we can at least help to make it affordable, professional, and problem-free. Our reputation precedes our work, and we can deal with any type of roof replacement.
If you are unsure about your roof, give us a call and we can come out and take a look, giving you a free estimate if the roof needs to be replaced.
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How Much Does A New Roof Cost?
A new roof can start at $2 per square foot for a basic shingle roof, and that can move up towards $20 per square foot for a high-quality metal roof.
There are a few factors that affect the cost of a new roof and, as you can see above, the type of material can make a big difference, making the roof 10 times more costly in extreme circumstances. Within the different materials, the quality of the material will affect the final price. You get what you pay for, and we always recommend investing in quality.
As the pricing is done by the square foot, the size of the roof is going to greatly affect the cost; the larger the roof, the higher the cost. You also have to factor in any obstacles, repairs, and other problems that may arise.
Why Does The Whole Roof Have To Be Removed?
Some contractors will recommend leaving on the previous roof and attaching the new roof over it, but we always recommend the opposite. Keeping the old roof on will cut down on costs, as long as those costs are passed onto you, but you are not getting a roof that will last as long.
There are many reasons to remove the old roof, and an important part of that is being able to see the structure underneath. If the structure is not solid, a new roof on top is like putting a band-aid on a broken bone. Installing a new roof on top of an old one is also not going to be as solid as installing it to the structure below.
When you remove the old roof and install a new one, you are getting the ultimate protection for your home.
To Hire Us
At NWA Roofing Company, our goal is to install & repair roofs to the best of quality for homes and businesses in the Fayetteville, AR area. We use the highest quality materials for all styles of roofs.
Reasons why you should choose us:
1. With decades of experience, we’ve seen it all when it comes to roofing for residential and commercial properties.
2. Unlike many contractors, we actually answer the phone and always act professional.
3. We’re not done until you’re satisfied with our work and you have a smile on your face.
Roofing Material Options
Asphalt shingles are what you will find on most roofs, and one of the cheapest and easiest materials to use. Yet, that does not mean that they are not durable too. If you invest in quality, you can have shingles that can last you for up to 25 years.
Asphalt shingles use recycled material with a granulated surface for durability. They are waterproof, affordable, and easy to install. This also means that they are inexpensive to repair, and repairs can be made easily.
On the downside, they are not as durable as other materials, and they are not as beautiful as some of the options out there, though they do come in a variety of colors and styles. While they are made from recycled materials, they are not easily recycled once removed.
Clay & Concrete Tiles
Clay and concrete tiles are solid slabs of clay or concrete that have been shaped to overlap when installed on your roof. Both come in a variety of colors and styles and give a unique look when installed.
Clay and concrete tiles are heavier than shingles, so you need to make sure that you have a solid base on which to install them. Clay will be slightly cheaper than concrete but concrete is slightly more durable, and both are more durable than shingles.
While they are both durable materials, they can crack or break under impact, so be sure to remove any overhanging tree branches. They can be repaired easily if you employ professionals, and they are easily recycled and energy-efficient.
Metal roofing might be the most expensive roofing, but it is also the most durable. A professionally installed metal roof can last upwards of 50 years if well maintained.
A metal roof is energy efficient and will help to cut down on your utility bills by reflecting heat in the summer and keeping the heat in during the colder months. There are many styles and colors to choose from, and a metal roof can add beauty to your home, increase the curb appeal, and add value.
Metal roofs can be expensive to repair, but they do not have any problems when maintained properly. The main downside is the noise when it is raining or hailing, and the sound on the roof can be amplified, so take that into account if you live in a wet climate.
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How To Get The Most Out Of Your New Roof
If you keep your roof well maintained, it is going to last, and you are not going to have to pay for repairs or replacement.
No matter the material, a roof will last if kept clean. Check the roof every season and remove any moss, lichen, dirt, and debris. While you are up there, you should also check for any damage to your roof.
Always remove large debris immediately, and keep trees trimmed to protect from falling branches.