Here at M&M Roofing And Siding, we feel it important to provide information regarding the materials we use to get the job done for our customers that want more details.
Educating our clients enable them to make the best decision for their home improvement and also allows for our job to be that much easier.
Customize Your Home
We offer a multitude of services from roof installation, roof repairs, and gutter installations. There are many ways to go about to these specific services when we narrow down the choices in terms of which shingles you decide to choose for your home, the type of gutter you feel is most suited, and other materials used. We present you all of your options so you can customize your home the way you see fit.
All roofs need substantial coverings and that's where the use of shingles come in. Shingles overlap each other normally from the bottom edge of the roof upwards. There are numerous types of shingles, which vary in price depending on the look/material you would like them to be composed of.
Some examples of different types of shingles include:
Asphalt 3 Tab
Asphalt Fiberglass 3D
When it comes to getting roofs developed, there are many options as to how to go about it. If you don't think asphalt type shingles are what you are looking for, then you may want to look into a tile type roof.
Take a look at the pros and cons of going the tile route.
- Durable - May crack if walked on.
- Long-lasting - Prone to moss growth.
- Low maintenance - Difficult to install.
- Environmentally friendly - Expensive.
There are many variations of gutters one could choose to customize their home with, but needs vary from person to person. We've went ahead and listed some of the most commonly asked for gutter styles as well as the pros and cons to them. When it comes to gutters, the main distinction is figuring out if a seamless gutter is better than a sectional gutter.
Sectional (seamed) gutters are usually comprised of sections measuring up to 10ft, and are attached to your home's fascia board through the use of hangers.
Easy to install.
Few colors and styles to choose from.
Susceptible to leaks.
Must be sealed regularly to remain effective.
Seamless gutters are made out of one long metal piece as opposed to having attachable parts like sectional gutters. These are most often chosen for the wide variety in colors, long lasting durability, and for having a smooth appearance. These type of installments usually are not manageable for a DIY project, and more than likely require professional assistance.
Fully customizable to suit your home.
Costs more than sectional.
More challenging to replace and/or repair.