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Your Home Doctor has the answers to your building issues. Q: A recent storm wreaked havoc on my roof and I am now facing a roof replacement project for the first time. What should I know about shingles before diving to the reroof with my contractor? A: Before I answer your question, I wish to be sure you are working with a reputable company. Ask your roofer if he's insurance and get a written estimate for the job. It is a good idea to request a couple of references to follow through to before signing a contract. The Better Business Bureau can also alert you to any claims which were filed against the company. Once you are more comfortable with the contractor, it is time and energy to investigate shingle options. Curiously, I've discovered that contractors will most likely recommend a shingle similar to the one they are replacing. There are a lot of new options in roofing that you had be remiss to not examine. From dramatic color blends to high-end 'luxury' looks and outstanding warranty conditions, ensure that your contractor gives you a number of alternatives. For some homeowners, I suggest concrete roofing versus stone or wood. Generally speaking, the more traditional products are more high priced and need a significant amount of upkeep with time. Concrete shingles often experience the elements much better and some even come-with impact-resistant features. Clicking rate us.

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