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Edmond, OK & Oklahoma City Residential Roofing Company
McCann’s Roofing & Construction is a full-service residential roofing contractor located in Edmond, Oklahoma, and serves the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma area. Our experienced residential roofing crews can tackle roofs of all shapes and sizes.
Our owners, Eric and Sha Brown, are here to help you make the best decision for your family and budget. As a fully licensed and insured company, we know what it takes to keep your roof looking beautiful and worry free for years to come.
When choosing your home improvement contractor: trust, confidence and value are the most important criteria. Call the company homeowners have trusted over the years for proper installation, value, and service when they needed a new roof.
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Residential Roof Replacement Questions
Your roof will wear down and get damaged over time, requiring you to either make repairs or replace it entirely. Repairing your roof will always be cheaper than replacing it entirely, but sometimes it’s better to invest in a new roof to avoid racking up more costly repairs.
Here are a few signs that it may be time for a new roof:
- Shingles are no longer flat against the roof
- The roof is drooping
- There is visible damage
The longevity of your roof will vary based on the material it’s made of, how well the roof is insulated, the ventilation system, and outdoor weather conditions. Oklahoma weather conditions have proven to shorten the average roof’s life span.
According to Forbes, the average lifespan of a new roof is between 30 to 100 years.
Slate, copper, and tile roofs can last more than 50 years; wood shake roofs can last about 30 years; fiber cement shingles last about 25 years; and asphalt shingles last about 20 years, according to U.S. News and World Report.
A roof replacement in Oklahoma is one of the more costly home improvement projects.
The overall price of a roof replacement cost in Edmond, OK & Oklahoma City will include materials, labor, disposal, and job site extras. The size of the job, any underlying damage, and your home’s location will also impact the price you pay for a roof replacement.
Asphalt shingles tend to be the most affordable option, followed by galvanized steel. Copper roofing is usually the most expensive type of residential roofing material.
A typical homeowners insurance policy will cover your roof if it’s suddenly damaged, but not if needs to be replaced due to age and normal wear and tear, according to Investopedia.
Your insurance company may have stipulations when it comes to paying for a roof replacement. For example, some policies won’t cover repairs that are deemed purely cosmetic and insurers may refuse to replace your roof if it wasn’t maintained properly.
It’s a good idea to get your roof regularly inspected by a professional to document its condition. If your roof is damaged, gather the inspection reports as well as before and after photos of your roof to show your insurance company.
Yes, it’s actually pretty easy to qualify for financing with low monthly payments to pay for a roof replacement – even if you don’t have a lot of home equity or perfect credit.
Contact us today to discuss your roof replacement financing options. Checking to see if you qualify for financing won’t affect your credit.
An old and damaged roof could make it harder to sell your home for a good price, but replacing your roof is expensive. While you may not always recoup the investment you made on a new roof, it can make it much easier to get a good deal for your house, according to Zillow. Consider your home’s current value, its value with a new roof, market conditions, and current costs for roof replacements in your area. A local real estate agent can give you more advice about repairs you should make before listing your home.
There are a few options when it comes to residential roofing materials in Oklahoma. The most common are asphalt shingles, tiles, metal roofing, slate roofing, and wood shingles.
Asphalt shingles are the most common type of roofing material. They’re generally the most affordable option and easiest to install, but they only last about 20 to 25 years, according to HGTV.
Metal roofing is slightly more expensive than asphalt shingles, but it’s resistant to harsh climate conditions and can last longer.
Clay and concrete tiles are popular in Mediterranean, Mission, Southwestern, and Spanish-style homes. They’ll last about 40 to 50 years, but they’re more expensive than other options.
Slate roofing is durable and sustainable, but expensive and heavy. Slate roofing can last 50 to 100 years.
Wood and shake shingles are traditional roofing materials that are more prone to wear and tear than newer materials – usually lasting only 25 to 30 years before they need to be replaced.
Re-roofing your home is a big project. A moderately-sized residential roofing job can take a team of professionals about three or four days to complete, according to The Spruce. It may take longer for larger homes, certain roofing materials, and weather conditions.