Rolled Roofing

There are many reasons why contractors choose roll roofing. The main one is because of the slope or shape of the roof. The goal is to create a waterproof exterior to prevent water and elements from damaging the home’s interior. Roll roofing may be used alone or in conjunction with other materials to complete a roof project. One thing to keep in mind is the cost of roll roofing. Prices vary depending on the amount of material used and if the homeowner needs to hire a contractor or builder for installation.

Benefits of Rolled Roofing

There are a lot of advantages or pros to installing a roll roof. The biggest one is the cost advantage compared to a clay roof or traditional asphalt-shingle roof. The cost of the rolls is less than half of what is needed for a shingled roof. With this in mind, homeowners can see a true cost savings for their overall home-improvement budget.

Rolled roofing is very easy to install, and there is minimal expertise needed to finish the job. Heavy-duty saws or nail guns don’t need to be used, and without a slope, there isn’t a huge risk of falling as with a traditional roofing job.

Roll roofing offers a great deal of color options to match with existing home colors, which allows for a finished look that is professional and adds curb appeal.

 

Roll roofing can really add value and appreciation to the appraisal of a home. A properly installed roll roof provides a layer of protection that shelters the structure and the contents underneath. It can be installed professionally by roofing contractors or by the homeowner. Materials are available at most large, home-improvement retailers, making it an affordable home-improvement project for almost any budget.