For protection against the elements, choosing the right type of residential roofing is vital. North Carolina weather varies from pouring rain one day to sunshine the next, so the structure needs to be able to handle anything. Using their knowledge of the area, the team at Concord’s Carolina Roofing will help you select the style and materials for your needs.
Since North Carolina’s weather is always changing, an impact-resistant roof is ideal. It protects against heavy rain, wind, hail damage, and other problems that Carrabus County residents know all too well. If it starts pouring buckets overnight, you can rest easy knowing there’s a sturdy roof over your head.
Using top-notch manufacturing techniques, materials such as cement, plastic, recycled rubber, and molded polymer are made into shingles, while asphalt and metal also offer impact protection. Ask your roofing contractor about this option, as you still have a choice of colors and styles.
North Carolina gets a lot of sun, and when summer hits, sunny days are high in number. Prolonged exposure to harmful UV rays causes many roofing materials to break down. If this is your biggest concern, ask your residential roofing contractor about “cool roofs,” which reflect some of the sun’s rays and reduce heat absorption. This will keep your home comfortable and protect your roofing from fading.
Whether you’re more worried about storms, heavy wind, and rain, or hot summers and sunny days, North Carolina’s ever-changing climate is no match for the right roof. Carolina Roofing has over 31 years of experience in the residential roofing industry. This, coupled with their local knowledge, will help you determine the best roofing option for your family. Visit their website for more information, or call (704) 786-8464 today to schedule an installation or repairs.