Sacramento Roof Replacement Services
Chriswell Home Improvements, Inc., is the roof replacement contractor of choice for homeowners in the Sacramento, California, area. With every home renovation we perform, we ensure that our high standards of craftsmanship are met. We don’t offer our customers just any product available on the market – we aim to provide only the best products for improving our customers’ homes. That’s why, when you choose us to replace your roof, we’ll use Reflector Series™ shingles from industry leader GAF.
We are one of only two percent of all the roofing companies in the entire nation to hold a Master Elite Status with GAF. As such, we have an unprecedented understanding of the latest installation techniques and roofing products. In our opinion, Reflector Series™ shingles are the best option for Sacramento, CA, homeowners whose homes are in need of a roof replacement. Not only will they give your home an attractive new look, but they also comply with Title 24 cool roof requirements and are rated by the Cool Roof Rating Council, both of which were created to help reduce the state’s energy consumption. Additionally, Reflector Series™ shingles:
- Are sealed in place using Dura Grip™ adhesive and can withstand winds of up to 130 miles per hour
- Have the highest rating for fireproofing
- Are backed by a lifetime warranty
- Furthermore, our high standards extend to the superior service that we provide to each of our customers. Our installation team will have your roof replacement completed in a timely manner, minimizing the inconvenience to you and your family. Upon final inspection, we’ll make sure that both your and our own standards of quality have been met before we consider your roof replacement finished.
To speak with one of our contractors about a roof replacement project for your home in the Sacramento, CA, area, contact Chriswell Home Improvements, Inc., a GAF Master Elite contractor, today.
TYPES OF ROOF DAMAGE
Recognizing roof damage can be difficult. Learn how to spot the signs.
After severe weather, it's essential to check your attic for any signs of a leak. A leak could indicate damage to some of the shingles or that the underlayment - a protective barrier between the shingles and the plywood of your roof - has failed. Additionally, the flashing - the material that seals joints on your roof - may have deteriorated and need to be fixed.
Blistering or peeling paint
Poor ventilation can lead to excess moisture in your home, resulting in peeling and blistering of exterior paint.
Ceiling and wall stains
Ceiling and wall stains are common indicators of underlying roofing problems that, if left unattended, can lead to more severe issues such as mold or mildew growth. These stains are often caused by leaks from outside the house or moisture trapped inside, and understanding their source is crucial for effective resolution.
Poor ventilation and excess moisture can cause decay of the sheathing, which is the plywood layer that forms the foundation of your roof. Signs of damaged sheathing include a sagging ceiling, broken gutters, leaks, or missing patches of shingles.
When shingles are old and worn, they may fall off, become cracked, brittle, or curled. This indicates that it is time for a new roof.
It may appear as dirt, but the dark stains on your shingles could be caused by moss, lichen, or blue-green algae. This doesn't necessarily mean you need to replace your roof immediately. However, when the time comes to replace your shingles, you can request to add StainGuard® and StainGuard® Plus protection. These protective measures are available on many GAF shingles.
Early detection of roofing issues can prevent further damage and maintain a healthy and safe home. After a storm, it is essential to thoroughly inspect your roof to identify and address any potential issues that may arise. It is also critical to know the age of your roof to determine when it's time for a roof replacement. If you notice any signs of wear and tear, don't hesitate to contact Chriswell Home Improvements. We are committed to helping you strengthen and protect your home.