There are a variety of roofing options out there. And while it’s not as important as it used to be, people still wonder which roofing options tend to be lighter.
The amount of homes with siding is relatively small in Oklahoma. We build homes where the first eight feet from ground level is brick, then there’s a second story or a gable with siding. Smaller, or older houses will have siding sometimes as well.
Can you imagine needing to replace your roof—and then finding out your insurance will only cover $500 of it?
This isn’t just a hypothetical. It actually happened to a Village Roofing client a few years ago. And if you haven’t looked at your insurance in a while, you could be in danger of it happening to you.
Without windows, your house would be a dark, grim cavelike space any time you turned off the lights—even in the middle of the day. Windows are an important part of your home that help turn a space that could be drab and dim into one that’s light and airy.
No matter whether we’re doing new construction or a roof replacement, one of the most common questions we get is, “What roof is best for my house?” We get it from landlords, from current homeowners, and from people who are getting ready to build a home.
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