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      Frequently Asked Questions

      These are some of the most common questions and answers about Roofman.

      How can you tell when an asphalt shingle roof is in need of repair?

      Clues that indicate your roof needs attention:

      • Age, typically anything older than 20 years is due for total replacement
      • Shingles that appear to be lifting
      • Cracked or missing shingles
      • Shingles with curled edges
      • Shingles that are smooth and appear darker than the rest
      • Small pinholes of light (visible from within a dark attic)
      • Soft or moist spots in the attic after a hard rain
      What exactly is roof flashing?

      Flashing is a material made up of aluminum or copper. It is used over joints in roofing and wall construction to prevent water from seeping in and causing damage.

      Why is Felt Paper no Longer Used in Roofing?

      The method used today is made up of polyethylene and rubber. The higher quality underlayment that we carry at Roofman has a nylon scrim and a grip side for the shingles, as well as a slip side for the wood. This modern technology protects your roof more efficiently, and for an extended length of time, from any water damage.

      What is typically the best method used for underlayment protection of valleys in my roof?

      Most companies lay down a bare minimum of protection. This is an important area to ensure that water penetration will not occur. Roofman utilizes a 6 layer valley protection system for every single complete roof installation. We use only the very best practices and products, giving you an end result you can trust.

      Can my shingles be recycled?

      Shingle manufacturers will not warranty the roof if the original layer is not removed.

      How much does a new roof typically cost?

      Several factors go into determining the cost of your new roof.

      • Brand
      • Type of material
      • Shingle grade
      • Entire size of roof
      • Shape of the roof
      • Slope of roof lines

      Be sure to get a FREE estimate from Roofman. We give an accurate, fair, no obligation quote for Roof Replacements.

      Why shouldn’t I do the work myself?

      Professional roofing contractors are trained to safely and efficiently replace roofing systems. You can damage your roof by using improper techniques and could severely injure yourself if you were to fall.

      How long will it take to install a whole new roof?

      Of course there are variables that affect all roofing projects, like whether or not there are multiple layers to remove and weather conditions that can also affect the timeline of the project. However, Roofman specialists will typically finish a roof in just 1 day, 99.9% of the time!

      What is the process for a complete roof replacement?

      Steps Involved in the Roofing Process:

      1. Property Protection – Tarping and building protective barriers around valuables
      2. Roof Removal – layer-by-layer
      3. Insulation and Ventilation Installation
      4. Underlayment Installation
      5. Shingle Installation
      6. Flashing and Finishing Touches
      7. Total Clean-up
      Are you installing roofs during COVID-19 shutdown?

      Yes, we are still working and available during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order from Gov. Whitmer.  As roofing contractors, we fall under the category of “Critical Infrastructure Workers.” But we’re taking additional safety measures to keep our crews, clients, and their families safe. Steps we’re taking include:

      • Paperless Contracts
      • Virtual Inspections
      • Video Call Appointments
      • Additional Cleanliness and Sanitation Measures… and more

      For more detail Click Here for our COVID-19 Health & Safety Measures