HF Roofing Contractor
Is proud to be a member and a partner of the following organizations:
MHIC #105105 DCRA #410515000115
We respond to emails and text messages as soon as possible. We are also always available to speak during regular business hours.
Monday – Friday: 8:00 Am to 6:00 Pm
We are licensed in Maryland and the District of Columbia:
Do I need to replace or repair my roof ??
Your roof should only need replacing if it is over 15 - 19 years old and if your roofing has passed by a significant hail damage storm, or if you have several roofing problems. Most roofs last between 15-20 years, depending on material and installation. Leaks tend to occur between 10-16 years and, most of the time, only need to be repaired. Repairs that are performed should help your roof last 1-2 years.
Does lighter-colored shingle help lower Heating and Air Condition costs?
If your home has a proper ventilation system, there is no need to choose a lighter color shingle. The ventilation system will help keep your roof cool. If you are in an area with many trees, we recommend a darker-colored shingle or an algae-resistant shingle (Now, every shingle comes with a minimum of 10 Years of Algae Resistant). The algae-resistant shingle resists algae for approximately 10 to 15 years, depending upon your location. Regular roof cleaning will help prevent stains even longer. We recommend cleaning your roof 1-2 times a year to help extend the life of your roof products.
Do I need 15 pounds or 30 pounds felt? or NOW the new synthetic underlayment? What is the difference?
All roofs should use 15 pounds of felt unless 30 pounds is required. Synthetic RoofRunner™ lightweight synthetic polymer-based underlayment outperforms felt and outclasses other synthetics. Designed for use on roof decks as a water-resistant layer beneath asphalt roofing shingles, this scrim-reinforced underlayment includes a special top surface treatment that provides excellent slip resistance, even when wet.
Low-pitched roofs that are almost flat require Full Ice & water shield as underlayment for maximum protection. The difference between the 15 pounds, 30 pounds, and synthetic felt is the thickness and cost.
Tips: You may use 30 pounds of felt or NOW the new synthetic underlayment on your roof if you like, but make sure that you have enough ventilation so that your roof doesn't sweat. Roof sweating will take years off the life of your newly installed roof.
What are my leakage warranty options?
What should you look for in a Roofing Contractor?
Check your roofing contractor's experience before hiring them to build your roof. Finding a qualified professional roofer can seem like a difficult task. Still, if you do your homework and follow a few tips, the experience of replacing your roof could be a positive one.
NOTE: It is very important that a roofing contractor has valid insurance. They should carry both worker's compensation insurance and general liability insurance. Otherwise, the homeowner could be liable for any accidents or property damage that occur during any job installations. Don't be afraid to ask for proof of insurance, and be sure to verify that the dates are effective.
Our Roofing analysis is conducted by a trained and experienced HF Roofing Specialist and includes a survey of your roof and its condition. You deserve to know the truth about your roof. This will include a study of its age, dimensions, shingle type, and pitch. In addition, your roof's structural and weather resistance conditions will be evaluated in detail. Using these, we prepare a customized report on the current condition of your roof and its expected durability. We simply want to provide you with all the information you need to care for your roof in the hope that should you ever have a roofing problem, you'll think "HF Roofing first."
If you would like to schedule a time for your FREE Roof analysis, please fill out the form above, and we will be happy to assist you.
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Licence #'s MHIC #105105
Washington, DC #410515000115
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