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Regular maintenance and repairs can extend the life of a roof. However, at some point, re-roofing your home or building is the preferred option. Re-roofing replaces your current roof with a completely new roof.
A roof that is aged or has been damaged by the elements can result in leaks. Leaks may go undetected for some time until costly damage has already occurred. Damage can appear in the forms of:
Re-roofing of your home or business can breathe new life into old structures. There are many benefits to upgrading your existing roof with a new roof:
Re-roofing or upgrading your roof will prevent unnecessary damage and will allow you to be secure for many more years to come. Dwight’s Roofing has provided professional commercial and residential re-roofing throughout Edmonton and the surrounding area for over 30 years. Our highly skilled and certified roofing experts will visit your location to assess the condition that your roof and will then recommend the best re-roofing solution. Any questions you may have will be happily answered as we want you to be fully informed of all your re-roofing requirements.
There are many solutions that Dwight’s Roofing can implement to repair your roof:
Provides an extra layer of protection. If, by chance, shingles are blown off due to high winds, felt will protect the roof deck from moisture damage.
Vents affect the warranty of your roof. Shingle manufacturers are not liable for damage caused by insufficient attic ventilation.
Economical, reliable roof protection. Available in 25- to 30-year warranties.
Elegant appearance with a textured effect and added wind resistance. Extremely durable with a 30- to 50-year warranty.
Drip Edge protects roof edge from damage due to ice damming and from water draining in behind the eavestrough.
Applied to eaves and valleys, this peel and stick membrane prevents damage due to ice damming, and prevents leaks due to wind-driven rain.
Adds natural beauty and hardiness to your roof. Cedar is naturally resistant to moisture and decay, and contributes to keeping warmth in during winter, while keeping excessive heat out during the summer.