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At Two Guys Roofing, we’re committed to providing our customers with the best quality for the best possible price
If you notice missing or rotting shingles, buckling in your roof or spots appearing on your ceilings inside your home due to leaks, then you should call Two Guys Roofing. These signs may indicate that you need a new roof and it’s a good idea to have us come and assess your roof issues.
Our customers can expect polite, courteous employees, high-quality workmanship, efficient and professional service, and affordable pricing. Just ask for testimonials from our previous customers!
Installation of new roofing systems
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you I know if my roof needs replacing?
Your roof usually will need to be replaced if it is at least 20 years old, and you will know if you roof needs to be replaced by the following signs:
Why is roof ventilation important?
Having proper ventilation is important to preserving the life of your roof shingles, and many roof shingle manufacturer’s warranties will require the installation of proper ventilation for eligibility. Ventilation is a system of intake and exhaust in your home that is used to create air flow. A balanced ventilation system means having intake air at the soffits, and exhaust air at the roof vents. This results in your attic temperature being as close to the outside temperature as possible which will prevent moisture build up in your attic that could lead to wood rot, mildew, and mold formation.
If you have concerns about your home’s ventilation system, please don’t contact us and we will look at your entire roof system.
What do fire-resistant roofing ratings mean?
All roofing systems are not created equal, as some protect against outside elements, including fire, much better than others. A roof can catch fire due to a number of circumstances, including chimney sparks, a brush fire, and airborne brands ejected from a neighbouring building. This is why fire-resistance when it comes to roofing is important to consider. The Society for Testing and Materials created fire-resistance ratings for roofing systems which includes the class A, B, and C ratings.