Currently, many people are now looking for eco-friendly choices when it comes to their home. Specifically, in roofing, individuals are now looking for more energy-efficient, environmentally friendly and affordable material.
Do such roofs exist? Read more to learn about all the green choices you have for your roof:
Known for its natural components and durability, clay and slate tiles have quite a history and are still widely used today. More durable than any other materials, clay and slate tiles can last up to 100 years. These tiles can be found in lighter colors, other than the red clay tiles. The greenest option from this bunch is the salvaged tile, which is made of usable tiles from landfills.
Although slate tile roofing can be expensive, it is an elegant and great choice if you’re going for the Spanish-style or traditional look for your home.
If you’re looking for an attractive and affordable green deal, then this one’s definitely for you. Today’s shingles come with an increased life-span. They can last around 30 years with proper maintenance.
As asphalt is one of the most recyclable materials in the world, it will not degrade as much over time and can ensure durability for your roof. Asphalt is also known to withstand hurricane conditions such as extreme temperature and high-force winds. This is critical, especially down here in South Florida.
Whether you’re worried about hurricane season, saving money, or going green, this choice has it all!
Going for a metal roof is definitely a great choice if you want something that reflects light while still having a classy look. Standing-seam metal roofs are known to be 100 percent recyclable and a great investment for anyone, not just those looking to go green.
Depending on your circumstances, metal roofs may be a greater advantage and may save you money in the long run.
Installing biodegradable and completely natural wood shingles are a great option if you’re into the native and organic look. With various shades of reds, ambers, golds, and browns, this roof will give your home an exotic look, while still staying green. The wood-inspired roofs are usually known to be resistant to moisture, UV rays, and insect damage. They are a lot more adaptable to weather conditions than any other roofing materials that may be more susceptible to the elements.
Wood shingles are also known to be natural insulators which allow better cooling temperatures during the summer, and warmth during the winter.
With the green movement on the rise, more and more homeowners are searching for eco-friendly solutions. When it comes to your roof, it is important to make the correct choice based on your preferences and financial capabilities. Although some options tend to reach a higher price range, it is at times a great investment and worth the buy.
Whether you need a new roof installation or maintenance for your home, Aastro Roofing has a dedicated team that can help. Contact us now.
It is important that when getting tile underlayment installation done in your own home, that you know the process well. Some companies will claim to convince you that they are experts in tile underlayment, as they rely on the fact that you wouldn’t be able to know the difference between a good job and a bad one. After all, you’re hiring them because you’re not an expert.
Yet, even if you’re not a professional in the field, you can always have at least a few indicators that the installation of tile underlayment is done correctly:
What’s a successful job without its tools? Before doing anything, make sure that the roofing expert brings a ladder, a utility knife, corrosion-resistant nails, a hammer, a carpenter’s level, a tape measure, and a chalk line. It is also very important to have the manufacturer’s guidelines for the preferred underlayment you chose. This will be ideal, as you should install the tile roofs quickly after the underlayment installation.
To start, the roofing underlayment should be unrolled in the same length to reach the roof where the segments meet. With the utility knife, the underlayment should be cut. It should then be nailed to the sheathing with the corrosion-resistant nails so that it is great enough to infiltrate at least 3 to 4 inches into the sheathing. The nails should be spaced 12 inches apart along the external edge of the underlayment.
Horizontally 5 feet of the underlayment should be unrolled so that one long edge is even with the bottom edge of the roof. Using the carpenter’s level, the underlayment should be arranged so that is properly square and level. Secure the bottom edge with the same nails as mentioned in the previous step. The nails should be spaced 24 inches apart. The top edge, however, should be secured with nails separate of 36 inches.
Continue unrolling the underlayment and adjust accordingly. The adding of underlayment should be continued until the row is finished, and so forth. When getting to the last length, it should be folded at least 6 inches over the peak. It is critical to secure that edge on the opposing side of the roof, with nails separated 12 inches apart before finally sealing.
It is very important to constantly be on the lookout that things are done properly on your roof. Individuals hired for roofing services may at times miss something or skip a step. Although this work is indeed done on the roof of your home, it wouldn’t hurt checking up on them whenever possible.
Tile underlayment can get expensive if you do not hire the correct roofing experts. If you do not know what a successful underlayment installation looks like, you may have issues such as misplacement and an unstable roof on the long-term. This will then cause you to spend more money on repairs.
Whether it is a tile installation, roof maintenance, or roofing repairs, you should always hire the right people. This is why Aastro roofing experts are here to help. We are dedicated to extraordinary and efficient work at all times. Contact us now to learn more.
Although quite costly, determining whether solar panels should be installed on your roof, can come down to a few different factors. It can be a smart long-term investment, or you may not see any returns.
Whether you’re a new homeowner, or simply want to know more about saving more money when it comes to your roof, it is important to know all the facts before making a decision.
Here, at Aastro Roofing, we are experts in the field. We want to help guide you. Here’s what you should consider:
Your electricity bill may very well be the determining factor on whether you install solar panels. It may be a good idea to do a little math to figure out exactly how much you are saving. The electricity company charges per kilowatt-hour (kWh), which varies depending on where you live. In some areas, you can pay as little as eight cents per kWh, and in some 20 cents or even more.
Basically, solar panels would be most beneficial for homeowners with high electricity bills. When you choose solar panels, you replace standard power in your home, to a mini power plant that is installed on your roof. This drastically changes the amount of money you will spend on electricity bills every month.
Installation prices will usually vary depending on the company you choose, and the equipment used. If you opt for cheaper solar panels, you may believe that it is saving you money, but it is better to invest in higher-quality equipment for the long-run.
It is important to familiarize yourself with all the solar panel options out there and to choose the one that fits best with your needs or financial standing. There are also ways to reduce the prices of these installations. You may be eligible for governmental incentives, such as the solar tax credit. These rebates or advantages were established in order to encourage customers to go solar.
Although it would be great if every home was ideal for solar panels, not all are. To maximize what your solar panels can do, you will typically need to have a roof that is facing south. If your roof is facing west, or south-west, for example, it may still be reaping some of the benefits, but not to its greatest potential. Your roof should also normally be unshaded during sunlight hours.
In either case that you choose to buy or lease the solar panels, it will have a great impact on your home’s long-term value. If you have a stable financial situation with enough to make a purchase in cash, you will be able to save the most money. While solar leases or agreements require zero money down, they come with a compromise–the total savings will be similar to 10 to 30 percent of your electricity bill.
Choosing to go solar is not an easy decision, and it is important to consider all the factors before going all in. If you do decide that this is the right option for you, make sure that you are applying for potential benefits or rebates in order to reduce costs.
With wildfires continuously happening in parts of California today, it’s only natural to talk about fire suppression. There are many possible causes of fire such as lightning strikes, unexpected fire from neighboring lots, or even arson. Your home is not just your biggest investment, it is your most valuable one. You have to make sure that your home is where you and your family feel safest.
Fire suppression is always better than having to put out the fire. Luckily, you can always take necessary precautions by making your roof fireproof:
Fire resistant roofing is a good choice if you don’t want to invest too much money on roofing, and still get the job done. You can even choose from a variety of roofing shingles to see which one will best suit your budget and style.
Note, however, that the quality and price are always based on the kind of fire it can handle. There are resistant shingles that can only resist mild fire exposure, but there are also those that can withstand even the most severe fires. The most resistant ones typically contain fiberglass which can withstand the harshest fire conditions like asphalt shingles.
This is rather costly and you end up spending more, rather than focusing on choosing better fire-resistant roofing. In an external sprinkler system, there are sprinklers installed on parts of your roof, including the lawn. It is more expensive, as it requires the installation of an entire system.
There is also an added hassle, as standard external sprinkler systems must be turned on manually. This might not be best if you tend to panic in stressful situations. With an external sprinkler system, your roof will not exactly be fire resistant but will help with fire suppression.
For those who are less inclined to invest, the only best way to have a fire-proof roof is really prevention. Focus on your landscaping. Always make sure they are neat and tidy. Clear out branches or shrubs at least a hundred feet near your home. Also, make sure that flammable materials, as well as airborne combustible particles, are kept at a distance from the property. This will cost you virtually nothing, but it may definitely help in keeping your property free from danger.
All of these options are good, even perfect if done altogether. However, if you’re going to invest in your home and are still maintaining a budget, the best choice is really prevention and a fire-resistant roof!
There are many options and classes of fire-proof roofing to choose from. You are never out of options when it comes to choosing one that suits your designed home aesthetic. You don’t have to invest in another more expensive system because your roofing is enough to starve the flames and keep your home safe.
Need a contractor? Aastro Roofing is available 24/7 to answer any of your pressing concerns. We will help you choose the perfect style and design for your new roof. We even offer roofing packages which include tile roof tune-up and roof maintenance! Get started now.
Most roofing companies offer “free estimates” as a marketing gimmick. Yes, these estimates are free, but they’re usually more of a sales pitch than anything else. The roofing company will come out, throw around industry terms, try their best to appeal to your emotional side, and then claim you need to replace your entire roof.
At Aastro Roofing, that’s not the way we operate. We’re community driven and have been helping South Florida homeowners for over thirty years. So, when it comes to the ever popular “free roofing estimate,” we want you to know what questions to ask, in order to get the most from your roofers.
Find the top inquiries to mention, when dealing with roofers:
This one is a no-brainer. You only want to use a licensed and insured roofing company. We’ll get to the insured part in just a second, but for now, let’s focus on making sure your roofers are licensed.
There is no shortage of opportunistic companies in Florida and other states that are prone to seriously harsh weather (hurricanes, snowstorms, tornadoes, even bomb cyclones). After a major storm, roofers will suddenly appear everywhere, offering free estimates and discounted services.
While their offers are tempting, they’re only able to offer these discounts because they’re not licensed. They’re just a bunch of people in a truck with some supplies. These are NOT the professionals you want working on your roof. In fact, they’re not even professionals.
Make sure your roofing company is licensed in your state and, if required by law, your county. Make sure they don’t have any violations against their license. This is going to save you a lot of headaches down the road.
After finding out if your roofer is licensed or not, it’s time to learn whether they’re insured. Again, many discount roofers are able to offer attractive prices because they don’t carry insurance. This will save you a little bit of money up front, but can cost thousands if they make mistakes or hurt themselves on your property.
There are two main types of insurance any roofing company should carry: general liability and workers’ compensation. General liability insurance protects your home and property from any errors, mistakes, or accidents that the roofers may make. Workers’ compensation protects you from being sued if any workers are injured while working on your roof.
After figuring out whether your roofing company is a legitimate business or not, it’s time to research the quality of their work. Ask for their references. If they do good work, they’ll have no shortage of happy homeowners to direct your way. If they don’t, well, they’re not going to have any references.
You should also search the roofers online and read any company reviews. How many stars do they have on Yelp? How highly rated are they on Home Advisor? What does the BBB say? These reviews will help you get a more complete picture of the company and its employees.
Speaking of employees, you’re going to want to ask whether the roofing company uses their own employees or subcontractors.
Now using subcontractors on its own isn’t a bad thing, but you’ll want to inspect them the same way you inspected the roofing company. Make sure that anyone who’s working on your roof is licensed, insured, and does quality work. This is going to save you both stress and money down the road. We’ve seen nightmare scenarios where a reasonably priced roof repair turns into something much, much more expensive.
First and foremost, any roofing company you use should offer a warranty on their work. The length varies company by company, but if they don’t offer a warranty then you’re going to want to end the conversation right there.
The products used in any roofing job (tiles, shingles, etc.) are another story. Most of these are covered under a manufacturer’s warranty, which can last for as long as twenty-five years. While your potential roofing company itself may not be able to cover products, they’ll be able to let you know how long the specific manufacturer’s warranty is.
Make sure to ask your roofers these questions when getting a residential roofing estimate and you’ll be in good shape. If you want to ask us these questions (and we highly suggest you do!), just give us a call at 561-409-3280 and we’ll take care of the rest.
Knowing how to maintain your roof is critical to maintaining the value of your home. Although it may not seem like a priority, neglecting proper roof maintenance can lead to you needing major repairs or even a full replacement of your roof. This is very expensive and easily preventable.
Here’s what you need to know about roofing maintenance before you get yourself into trouble:
One of the most important pieces of advice we can give you when it comes to extending the life of your roof is that you should always take care of minor leaks and damage as soon as you notice them. Many people avoid this to save money. Several small repairs can add up over time. It’s a good idea to keep in mind that, in the long run, these minor repairs are less expensive than major ones.
It’s important to clear debris off your roof regularly. These can be broken branch or simply a buildup of seasonal leaves. A broken branch, for example, can scrape your roof’s shingles and can cause damage to the ducts as well. This can develop into a backflow of water that can cause rotting under the roof. Fixing damage to your gutters, shingles, and underside of your roof can run well into the thousands of dollars.
Any possible elements that grow on your roof can cause potential damage. They have the potential to not only break down roofing materials but to cause even greater damage over time. Many professional roof contractors, such as Aastro Roofing, can help you tackle this matter. You may not be able to take care of this yourself, as it involves toxic formulas, which can be harmful if used inappropriately.
If in any part of your roof there is a chimney, pipe, or skylight, should be regularly examined for any visible damages. If you have an attic, it is a good idea to get up there and check for any mold or water that is entering your home. This will help ensure that no damage is caused by external factors.
This last tip is incredibly important. Always be on the lookout for potential threats. For example, check your roof after storms pass. This will ensure that you are being alert at all times and that checking your roof is as a routine as taking out the garbage. This is how you get a long-lasting and durable roof.
By following this protocol, you will secure the resilience of your roof. Most of these tips are simple and easy to implement. It is always better to be safe than sorry. By resolving minor damages, you are preventing major and long-term damages that will cost you.
Aastro Roofing can help you with all of your roofing maintenance needs. Call us now.
We’re officially in the thick of another South Florida winter. It’s time to break out our once-a-year sweatshirts, turn on the heat for the first time in a long time, and prepare for another brutal season of fifty-degree mornings.
This would also be an ideal time to make sure your roof is winterized.
Making sure your roof is in tiptop shape might not seem as important in South Florida as in, say, Minnesota. We’re not going to be dealing with inches and feet of snow piled up on our shingles. Make no mistake though: you want your roof to be prepared for colder temperatures.
Check out our Winterizing Your Roof Checklist below and don’t forget to contact us today for a professional roofing inspection!
The first step in your winter roof checklist is to give your roof a detailed once over. Look for missing, broken, or damaged roofing material. Pay special attention to where your tiles or shingles meet and any eroded sealing. You’ll also want to check any vents, skylights, and flashing. We’ll get to that in just a second.
Make sure to register any damage that may have occurred and contact your roofer to professionally repair it, as soon as possible.
Make sure there aren’t any tree branches piled up. If there are, remove them. Trim any tree branches that are hanging over your roof. Remove any clumped together leaves, too. This will help rain make its way to your gutters and save you from potential water damage down the road.
Cleaning your gutters and downspouts is another simple step to winterize your roof. Clear them of leaves, branches, and any other stoppage. Trust us, you don’t want water to back up on your roof and cause leaks.
Keep an eye out for any structural damage. This can impact how effectively your roof drains water. Make sure your downspouts are firmly attached to your house’s siding and draining to an appropriate area.
Step three on our checklist is to check your attic and vents. While this isn’t as important in Florida as in our northern neighbors, it is still worth spending an hour or two on such tasks.
Make sure the insulation of your attic is installed properly and not blocking any internal vents. This will help keep out leaks and, as a nice added bonus, help keep your energy bill down. Pay close attention to any insulation around the eaves and soffits of your attic.
Next, make sure your vents are in good shape. This applies to internal vents in your attic and their external counterparts on top of your roof. Make sure the sealing is not damaged or degraded and that the booting is properly installed and free of cracks.
Winterizing a commercial roof is slightly more complicated than winterizing a residential roof. This is not only due to their size, but due to the array of HVAC and other equipment on them. So, how can you make sure your office building, small business building, and the likes are ready for winter?
Do everything we mentioned above! Check for missing or damaged roofing material, and verify the gutters and drainage systems. Check the sub-roof, and make sure all the equipment on top of the roof is properly installed and sealed. Note anything that does not look right.
You may then contact commercial roofing maintenance professionals. They’ll be able to come at your convenience, repair all potential damages, and give you piece of mind for the winter.
When dealing with repairs, it is important to trust who you contact.
We have over three decades of South Florida roofing experience here at Aastro Roofing. Contact us today for a free estimate and to make sure your roof is ready for winter!
The holidays are just around the corner. Cookies, eggnog, and outdoor decorative lights are all part of year-end festivities. This coming holiday, dazzle your neighborhood with an incredible display of lights and colors. Here are a few tips for hanging holiday outdoor lights.
Before you head to the store to purchase outdoor lights, do a visual inspection of your yard and make a plan. Where do you intend to hang outdoor lights? Estimate how many light strings and bulbs you will need. Look for strands with bulbs that are spaced 6 to 8 inches apart – longer distances create shadows and a warmer glow across a wider area. For trees and bushes, a good estimate would be 100 lights for every 1.5 feet of greenery.
Do you want your house to be the star attraction of your street? Go all out with two sets of string lights with bulbs that are spaced closer together. Lights that are packed tightly shine brighter than those that are placed apart.
We recommend using LED lights because they are more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs. They are also less prone to overheating.
Not all white lights are equal. There are three kinds of white LEDs.
Warm white strands are ideal for gutters and eaves while polar white lights complement your landscape. Pure white bulbs are too bright and formal for décor so try to avoid them.
While an all-white theme is still the most popular, colors are now trendy, particularly the reds, blues and greens.
Multicolored strands look beautiful along the gutter, with clustered string icicle lights hanging from the eaves. Colored C9 bulbs are best for outlining the roof edge while smaller C7s highlight the perimeter of windows. Wrap mini lights around your mailbox or garden accents. Lay a blanket of net lights over shrubs and bushes.
Pick a focal point – perhaps a column or entryway at the center – and work your way out to the sides. Without a focal point, your outdoor lights will look like they are all over the place.
Measure all straight lines to estimate how many light strings you’ll need and how far the strand will run from an electrical power source. Check the construction of your gutters and shingles to determine the best lights to hang along the roofline.
Outdoor holiday lights are perfect for decorating the following areas:
Once you have decided on the number of lights, color type, and decor layout, it is time to hang those outdoor holiday lights.
Whether you are using outdoor lights from last year or straight from the store, you should inspect all wiring. Check for frayed or damaged cables, exposed copper, and broken sockets. If the wires are brittle, throw them away. Only use extension cords that are designed for outdoor use and carry the UL safety logo.
Faulty wiring will not only ruin your lighting design but could burn down your house.
Do not connect more than five or six light strands together to avoid overloading the circuit. Do not stretch the strands to reach an electrical outlet. Lawn lights should be placed away from ground water.
Most outlets are able to support 15 amps. Try to maintain a load that is half of that even if you are using LED lights.
Moisture seeping into the connectors can blow a fuse. Seal your connections with electrical tape to keep them dry.
When installing lights on the roof, make sure your ladder is on a flat and solid surface. If the roof is too high or too steep, hire a professional instead.
There is no need to wake up in the middle of the night to turn off your holiday lights. You can now connect your entire lighting system to a timer so it turns on and off automatically. Some timers are built with sensors to detect light – they automatically turn on when it goes dark outside.
Finally, test your work and see if everything lights up according to plan.
If you have any questions about how to beautify the outside of your home, call us today. The professionals at Aastro Roofing are happy to answer your questions.
Water damage is the second most frequently filed homeowners’ insurance claim in the country. They’re also growing faster than any other type of claim. The average cost to repair a leak in your roof? A whopping $777.
All this is saying nothing of the roofing woes South Florida’s tropical climate brings with it: high humidity, a rainy season that lasts for up to six months, potential hurricane damage, and more.
These factors conspire to make South Florida a roof leak paradise. Far from the type of paradise we want to live in, this one isn’t any good at all. This is why it’s so important to understand what can cause a leak in your roof.
We’ve listed the four most common reasons for roof leaks below. Check them out and make sure your roof isn’t showing any of these signs! If it is, contact us today for South Florida’s premier residential roof repair.
If your roof is leaking, it’s a good bet the cause is missing, cracked, or damaged shingles. While missing shingles are obvious (there will be gaps in your roofing and the shingles will probably pile up on your lawn), cracked or damaged shingles are a bit subtler.
Going up on your roof to check for damaged shingles is dangerous, so we don’t recommend doing this yourself. What you can do is go into your attic and check to see where the leak seems to be coming from. Chances are your damaged shingles are going to be above that spot.
Bonus tip: make sure to give your roof a good once over after any hurricane or heavy storm.
We’ve talked about the importance of keeping your gutters clean before, we’re talking about it right now, and we’ll talk about it again in the future. This simple step offers major benefits to the overall health of your roof. Nowhere is this more apparent than when it comes to leaks.
Clogged gutters can slow and even stop water from draining off your roof. This leads to backup, which over time will cause leaks and warping. Over more time this will lead to structural damage to your roof and the need to replace the entire thing.
Our two cents? If there is one type of home repair you do regularly, make sure it’s cleaning your gutters.
One of the benefits of living in Florida is the natural light. It makes your house brighter and more welcoming. Natural light can even make your house look larger if you have an open floorplan. One of the best ways to get this natural light? Skylights.
We love skylights and highly recommend taking advantage of them. What we don’t recommend, though, is skimping on installation. Improperly fitted skylights can lead to large leaks and serious water damage. Older, weather-beaten skylights are also the source of many a roof leak.
You’ll be able to tell if your skylights are causing a leak easily. Is there water dripping down from them? Are there dark spots or warped paint around them? If so, they’re leaking and need to be repaired.
Working roof vents are incredibly important. They keep your HVAC system working properly, the temperature controlled in your house, your electric bill in check, and your attic free of moisture that can lead to mold and rot.
Blocked or damaged roof vents, on the other hand, can lead to a whole lot of problems, including a leaking roof. Leaks can occur on your vents due to loose or degraded sealing, cracked booting, missing nails, and more.
Almost anything that compromises the water tightness of your roof vents can be the cause of the leak. Check your attic to see if there is moisture buildup around your vents. If there is, chances are good that a leak is forming or already there.
We have over three decades of experience with South Florida roofs, Aastro Roofing is your secret weapon against leaks and all other potential damage. Contact us today for all your roofing needs, from expert roof maintenance packages to free estimates!
Did you know that up to 40% of homes in America have at least one safety problem related to their roof? This fact highlights the importance of making sure your roof is safe and secure.
This is easier said than done. Extending your roof’s lifetime isn’t an easy task, especially in Florida’s unforgiving climate. It is, however, well worth the work. Benefits range from saving money on property taxes and home inspections to saving money on having to replace your roof altogether.
That’s why we’ve put together the following five tips on how to make your roof last longer. Check them out and don’t wait to contact us today for all your residential roofing needs. We’re a family-owned and operated South Florida roofing company with over three decades of experience!
The easiest way to make sure your roof lasts long, whether it’s a commercial roof or residential, is to replace tiles or shingles as they wear. Letting one or two tiles stay damaged during a rainstorm may not seem like a problem. Trust us, it is.
This allows water to get into your roof and attic. It can lead to warping, mold, and further roofing material damage. It can compromise the structural integrity of your roof and lead to serious problems in the future.
The bottom line: make sure to repair your roof as tiles or shingles are damaged.
We spoke briefly about water entering your roof due to damaged materials above. Want to know another way water enters your house? Through backed up gutters causing a buildup of water. This is especially harmful during Florida’s hurricane season, when several inches of water can build on your roof.
This buildup of water can lead to a number of problems, including: warped and rotted wood, material deterioration, mold, and fungus.
Making sure your gutters are clean, secured to your roof and the side of your house properly, and able to move water along their length will protect you from potential backups of water.
Chances are a tree is never going to fall on your roof and crash into your house. If one does, however, the costs to remove the tree, replace your roof, and reinforce your walls are nothing short of astronomical.
Another subtler issue is when branches, leaves, or coconuts fall onto your roof and lead to problems. Clogged gutters, molding leaves, scratches and damaged surfaces, and more are all possible. Keeping branches trimmed and in order can prevent all the above.
Do you know how your attic is insulated and ventilated? Probably not, but making sure both are done properly goes a long way towards keeping your roof in good shape and will save you money on your electric bill.
Make sure your attic is venting right by checking how air enters and exits it. You’ll want to pay attention to your central air unit and any vents in your ceiling and attic. Check if air is moving smoothly from room to room to outdoors. Check if air is unusually hot or cold in any areas it shouldn’t be.
Making sure your attic is insulated properly will keep it from getting too hot. Heat can lead to warped wood and all sorts of bacteria growing in your attic. You definitely want to avoid both. Pay close attention to whether any insulation is blocking your attic’s ventilation.
Make Sure to Have Your Roof Inspected Regularly
And here’s our number one tip: make sure to get annual roof inspections. Everything we’ve discussed so far is important but, unless you hire a roofing contractor do it, won’t be done by a professional. You want someone who knows about roofs to check for potential issues.
You’re going to want to have someone inspect your roof itself, but also closely examine your attic and walls.
Whether you need a roof inspection, roof repair, or something else entirely, we can help. Aastro Roofing has over 30 years’ experience in making sure your roof is in tiptop shape. Contact us today for a free estimate.