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Mobile home owners have a wide variety of roofing options just like traditional homes. If your mobile home roof seems to be leaking or worn down, it’s time to immediately contact a reputable and licensed mobile home roofing company to get the job done.
First and foremost, make sure to hire a roofer that is licensed, insured, and has experience in mobile home roof repair and replacements. Cost alone should never be the deciding factor in choosing a contractor, as the quality may be sacrificed. You definitely don’t want a roofer cutting corners on an important job.
Choose several companies to speak to before narrowing it down to one. Ask about their process, experience, proof of insurance, and costs. A reputable contractor is communicative, detail-oriented, and thorough.
Once you’ve hired the right roofer, it’s time to have them come out and perform a detailed roof inspection to identify current problems and potential ones. It’s possible you may only be dealing with a simple mobile home roof repair but unfortunately it might be time for a new roof.
A credible roofing company will have a comprehensive report of all the issues with your roof. Once you determine the problem, it will be time to choose options for your new roof.
If you’ve never heard of a roof over before, it is exactly what it sounds like — essentially placing a new roofing system or layer of material over your current mobile home roof. Before performing the roof over, it’s crucial the existing weak spots in the roof are fixed, as they will become inaccessible once the project is finished.
Mobile home roof overs can be done with several materials:
Standard mobile home roof replacements are similar to traditional single-family homes, although usually much less expensive due to the small size of mobile homes. The standard materials for new roofs are the same for roof overs:
Speak to your mobile home roofing company about what the best choice is for your home. Residential Roofing Depot has the expertise needed for proper evaluation and installation of a new mobile home roof.
Did you know it’s recommended that you get a roof inspected by a professional at least once per year? Our expert contractors can spot issues like cracked tiles, blistering shingles, loose materials or debris, and soft spots on your roof.
It’s essential these issues are taken care of promptly to prevent further issues down the road. Let us drop by and check your roof from any unseen problems.
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