Want to know your options for a new roof? Looking for a roof estimate? Call SS Roofing Pros of Sugar Hill, GA. We have decades of experience installing new roofs in the Greater Atlanta area, and we're happy to come to your property to discuss the new roofing materials available today and how much you can expect to pay for your new roof. We offer free inspections – no commitment up front!
Available in a wide variety of colors and styles, there is an asphalt shingle to compliment virtually any building design. Whether you want a low-profile gray or a bold red roof, you will find an asphalt shingle to help you achieve the perfect look with proven reliability.
Most metal roofing can withstand a great deal of storm damage including hail, rain, winds and fire. Metal roofing materials have a Class-A fire rating, making it the most fire-resistant option available.
The character of wood shingles blends nicely with the landscape and other surroundings. Its natural color and look enhance your home's overall curb appeal and over time, the cedar will change to a more old-fashioned, silver color.
The durability and versatility of a tile roof makes it an ideal roofing system in most climates. Available in slate, clay, and concrete, as well as a variety of looks, tile roofs last decades longer than traditional asphalt shingle roofs.
The pricing for new roofs depends primarily on the square footage of the roof surface, the type of material you choose (asphalt, metal, cedar shakes, tile, etc), and the complexity of your roof (dormers, steep angles, etc.) Because we've been installing new roofs in the Greater Atlanta area for so many years, we have the experience and resources to help you decide on a quality roof solution that will suit your budget.
Each shingle brand provides a different guideline for how long they expect their shingles to last. A properly installed roof will generally last up to 15 years with regular maintenance and inspection, especially after severe weather events.
While there could be some initial cost-saving in laying new shingles over an old, aged roof, we generally don't recommend re-roofing. Old shingles also mean an old roof deck. By tearing off the old shingles, our licensed roofing contractor will then be able to spot any areas of instability or damage to the roof deck that may have been hidden by the shingles. We can replace any sections where there may be wood rot. Roof installation techniques and materials have also changed over the last couple of decades, and your old roof may not be up to code. "Re-roof" jobs may also not carry the same warranties as a full replacement.
When you decide it's time to consider a new roof, consider first your budget and your goals. Metal roofs tend to last longer than asphalt shingles, but they cost more upfront and may not "fit in" with the neighborhood. Asphalt shingles are an affordable option, but even in that arena, there are choices that will determine the overall aesthetic and potential lifespan of the roof. Consulting a roofing contractor to help you make these choices is best. They'll have the experience to help guide you towards the best result.