A residential sloped roof is visually attractive with their spires, peaks, and other features that are an architect’s (and a homeowner’s) dream. Their visual appeal is only part of the benefit of a steep roof. The more the slop, the less water that’s retained on the surface of the roof, creating great drainage that preserves the roof for a longer life.
Whether you have a single A style slope or a multi-gabled roof, professional roofing installation is critical to the overall appearance, drainage, and life-time of the roof. Multi-leveled roofs with complex architecture required particular attention along the roof ridges, rakes, hips, valleys, eaves, and flashing. The architectural structure will literally dictate the potential weak spots in a roof that a professional, experienced roofing contractor like Knockout Roofing knows how to address.
Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing material for residential sloped roofs and GAF roofing systems are widely known as one of the best options in the industry. With a large selection of styles to select from, we are happy to meet with you and show you the GAF difference. GAF has built a reputation on excellence from their products to their warrantees.
To some extent, the pitch of your roof impacts the type of roofing you can choose. For example, you would not put a membrane-based room on a sloped roof and more than you would put wood shake shingles on a flat roof. The experts at Knockout Roofing are here to review the available options with you including both pros and cons so that you can make an informed decision on one of the largest home improvement projects you are likely to undertake.