Our rubberized shingles won’t crack and create leaks in extreme weather. Plus, they come with our Lifetime Guarantee. If our roof leaks, we’ll replace it.
No interest & no payments until fall 2021.
Made from an advanced polymer material that bends and resists breaking or cracking
Resists damage from hail and high winds up to 150 mph and can prevent ice dams
Class 4 impact resistant, which is the highest rating available and can qualify for insurance discounts
Excellent roofing crew excellent install of roof went above and beyond in workmanship. Excellent clean up when job finished company communicated with us thru entire process.
Great crew that put our roof on, very timely and professional. Very impressed by their cleanup as well...and the best thing is the roof looks great!
Had roof replaced on our garage, the crew that came out were very professional and did a great job cleaning up and putting everything back for us and roof looks great, would recommend them to anyone.
New roof and gutter installed. Hansons crews where friendly and professional. Communication from the schedulers was also frequent. Very happy with our new roof and gutters!
Roof replacement went as advertised with no problems. Professional and responsive crew.
Very easy to work with and very willing to make sure things were done correctly. The roofers were very attentive, responsive, very professional, and made several prompt return trips to fix anything we were concerned about.
Had 10 new windows installed, great doing business with them. Installed on dates given an no mess, loved that they cleaned up. Salesman was great, went back to them when needed a new garage roof also . Both jobs well done !
The crew did a fantastic job with installation and cleanup. What's even more impressive is that it was complete in one day! The whole Hanson experience was very professional from the salesman and his zoom presentation, the home office right down to the project manager and the whole crew. I love my new roof!
In just 2 days had a new roof on and a very clean yard after they left. Brittany in the office was awesome to talk to and get everything ready. Alex was great with his crew on the roof.
Hansons did a great job on my house roof a year earlier so called back to do garage roof and just like the house did a great job and left area around both nicely cleaned up.
Roofs leak from a break in the waterproofing layer, sometimes caused by mechanical damage, sometimes from an opening in the sealer such as pitch pans and caulking, and sometimes from deterioration or defects in the roofing materials. The key roof management task is leak avoidance.
Like any building component, roofs degrade at different rates depending on a large number of factors: the quality of the original construction, the level of abuse, the level of maintenance, appropriateness of design and others. So how long should a roof last? We have seen poorly designed and badly installed roofs go as few as six or seven years before they failed. We have also seen well designed and installed roofs last over sixty years. Most building owners, roofing contractors and designers feel 20 years is an acceptable service life.
Installing a roof over the top of an existing roof is generally acceptable under these guidelines:
1) A building cannot have more than two roofs.
2) No wet insulation can be left in place.
3) The roof structure must be able to handle the additional roof load.
4) The new roof must be attached to the roof deck to meet wind loads.
Remove all loose items from walls and shelves. The constant hammering during construction may cause enough vibration to shake those items down. Make sure to clear your driveway and items directly surrounding your home.
Call 1-800-HANSONS to arrange a no obligation presentation of all the roofing products we have available. A full range of samples will be displayed for your review as you make your decision.
Different types of roofs fail at different rates with different failure modes. The most frequent failure clues are: Does the roof leak in numerous locations? Do leaks continue despite repeated repair attempts? Do repairs seem to make leaks worse, or do new leaks develop after repairs?
Unlike standard 3-tab, or strip shingles, which are single layer in design, a growing number of shingles are multi-layered or laminated.
The typical ice dam is a buildup of ice that forms near the eaves or gutters as a result of interior heat escaping into the attic and through the roof decking. The heat melts the snow and ice on the upper areas of the roof resulting in meltwater. This melted water runs to cold, lower areas or eaves and depending on the conditions refreeze.
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