When thinking of residential roofing, you probably just think of what can be seen, the shingles, however, there is much more involved in roofing. Your roof is a complex system that is responsible for not only keeping you dry but protecting the overall structure of your home.
A quality roof will include proper ventilation, appropriate shingles for your type of roof, caps, underlayments, gutters, and other materials that help make your roof look great.
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It is important to understand that there is a difference in the products you choose for your installation. CJS Exterior Maintenance will go over the materials designed specifically for a residential roof, since homes typically involve consideration for steep slopes.
The most important choice you will make during the material selection process, is choosing your shingles. Asphalt shingles are the most commonly used shingles in Northeast Ohio, but the variations and choices will seem endless. A variety of styles, colors, warranty, and price are all important things to consider.
Depending on which shingle you choose for your project, you will have decisions to make regarding underlayment’s (a water-resistant layer), caps (cover the joining points), and other options, such as vents, gutters, and more.
Of course the best products will not matter if the installation is not performed to current standards. CJS Exterior Maintenance has installed thousands of roofs over the years and holds certifications through CertainTeed, Truco, Owens Corning, and more. We are here to help you understand your residential roof and guide you through your choices, allowing you to make the best decision that is right for your home.