FAQ's

depends largely on the pitch of the roof itself as well as the type of material used. In the Midwest, typical asphalt laminated shingles like GAF Timberline (or an equivalent) will endure roughly 15 to 20 years. With the right care and upkeep, concrete tile and standing seam metal roofs can last for more than 50 years. Higher pitches will have a longer lifespan than lower pitches, while vice versa.
Normally, installing a roof takes two to three days. Re-roofing tasks, however, go more quickly than full-roof replacement tasks. The complexity of the project, the size and slope of the roof, and the weather will all affect how long it takes. Additionally, occasionally the damage is discovered during the roof replacement procedure, necessitating repair work and lengthening the job. Staff members from Big Horn Roofing will keep in close contact with you so you are aware of the progress of your project.
No! A leaking roof doesn’t necessarily need to be replaced entirely. Instead, Big Horn Roofing teams are skilled at identifying leaks and fixing them to extend the life of your roof. Sometimes finishing a roof replacement or re-roofing project will be more economical. Most industry experts agree that replacing your roof is preferable to repairing it if the damage covers more than 30% of it. But every circumstance is different. In order to help you make the best selection for your needs and budget, we will provide an honest evaluation of the condition of your roof.
Any roof can be fixed or replaced, sure. But it’s ideal to work with a roofing business that has knowledge of various roof systems and producers. Noting that some roofing materials are heavier than others is also important. An engineer must make sure that the structure of your property can support the weight, for instance, if you wish to replace your asphalt shingle roof with clay tiles.
The average price of a new roof in the country is $10,000. The real cost of your project is, however, determined by a wide range of circumstances. The following variables affect the price of the roof: size in square feet of the roof the roof’s incline the degree of project intricacy, the kind of roofing materials employed
The aesthetics of roofing materials are important to many homeowners. Or, some people decide on a specific roof system because it is necessary for their community. In order to discover the ideal material to achieve your roofing objectives, a Big Horn Roofing sales professional can assist you comprehend the benefits and drawbacks of each type of roofing system and brand.