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4 Key Steps to New Construction Roofing

[fa icon="calendar"] May 26,2017 / by Brad Neff

Brad Neff

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New construction involves a lot of hard work and investment on your part, from the planning to the installation. As this will determine the future of your home or commercial building for the next several decades, it is imperative that find the right contractor, materials, and design for your new roof.

New Roof Construction Steps

Battering from hail and wind, poor maintenance, and haphazard installation are just a few of the most common causes of roof defects and deterioration. Here are the essential steps to make sure that your new roof is installed correctly.

1. Make sure that you understand your roofing options

As there are a number of roofing materials available today, you do not need to limit yourself with just 1 option. Take the time to educate yourself on the pros and cons of each material so that you can make an informed decision. Remember that the cheapest option is not always the best choice.

2. Planning and research also plays a crucial role in any construction project

Apart from the material, you also need to consider the expertise and credibility of your roofing contractor as well as your budget. You must know beforehand just how much you can spend for your home’s roof so that you can maximize every penny.

3. It is also important to factor in all the legal and technical considerations that go with a new roof construction

For new construction, these might include building permits and inspections. You’ll also want to check that the contractor is licensed and insured in Oklahoma.

4. Identify the long term threats in your area.

For Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas, there are a number of weather related issues to factor into your decision. Extreme heat and cold mean a focus on energy efficiency. Major storms are becoming more and more common, so consider looking at materials that can better withstand a hail storm and debris from tornados.

With these tips, you can look forward to a brand new roof that will last you a good number of years.

Topics: Roofing

Brad Neff

Written by Brad Neff

Brad Neff is the President and Owner of Heartland Roofing in Oklahoma. He started the Oklahoma City roofing office in 2000, and has since expanded with a Tulsa area office to provide services for residents searching for Tulsa roofing companies.