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Roofing problems can affect how your roof looks and functions. Fortunately, many of these problems can be addressed by a roof replacement expert. Universal Roof & Contracting discusses the common aesthetic and functional problems of a roofing system. 1. Leaks A leaking roof is dreaded by every...

In our previous blog, we discussed the signs that indicate you need a new roof. A roof replacement is an opportunity to update your roof’s aesthetics and functionality as well as its lifespan. Here are the roofing materials that you should consider for your roof replacement.

Every home will be due for roof replacement at some point. Knowing the signs that it’s almost time for one can help you prepare for it and anticipate costs. Universal Roof & Contracting shares a list of things that indicate you need a new roof. Your...

Roofing materials are a critical component of every home, whether you’re building a new or simply renovating your existing roof. The average home requires roof replacement after every 20 to 50 years. It’s preferable to do this task on the upper side of that limit. Universal Roof & Contracting recommends asphalt shingles and tiles. Here are some features and differences between them to help you choose.

Never wait for leaks to start springing up before planning a roof replacement. This is true whether you own a residential or commercial property. For the latter, a leaking roof can disrupt your operations and revenues. Here's what Universal Roof & Contracting suggests.

A proposal may differ from one roof replacement contractor to another. It could be a one-page handwritten bid or a longer, official-looking document. A form letter-like bid could contain all the elements you need to review. When it comes down the details of your project, it is still best to have everything spelled out ahead of time.

Slate roofing tile has a long and storied history. It is one of the highest-quality roofing types and one of the most durable options in the market. Despite its high cost, tricky installation and relative fragility, it's still a worthwhile investment. In this post, your trusted licensed roofers from Universal Roof & Contracting examine how it adds value to your home.