Friday, January 23, 2015

The Kinds of Roofing New Hampshire Homeowners Can Choose From

We put on this metal roof in Weare.
When it comes to roofing, New Hampshire homeowners have a lot of choices. While there are a few materials that don't stand up well to cold weather, such as terra cotta tile, most roofing materials are still an option. If it's time to replace your roof, or you're building a new house, here are some questions you can ask as you look at your roofing material options:

  • Is it appropriate for the pitch (steepness) of your roof?
  • How long it will last?
  • How heavy is it?
  • How well does it match the style of your house?
  • How much does it cost to buy?
  • How much does it cost to install?
  • How much does it cost to maintain?
Some options to consider:
  • Asphalt shingles
  • Composite
  • Wooden shingles
  • Slate
  • Rubber
  • Ballast system
  • Membrane
  • Metal
  • Green roof
  • Solar shingles 
If you have any questions about roofing materials, fill out the form to the right, and we'll be happy to help. It's probably an issue we've run into before, because our family has been roofing New Hampshire houses for three generations. 
The asphalt shingle dormered gambrel roof on this shed matches
the roof on the customer's house. That's because we custom-built
the shed to look like a miniature version of the house.

New Hampshire Construction

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