Green Bay Asphalt Roof Construction
New Asphalt Roof Installation & Construction in Green Bay
Asphalt shingles are the most commonly used roofing material, and for good reason! They’re the most affordable roofing material and they hold up well for decades even through the extremes of Wisconsin weather. Because they’re available in a wide range of colors, it’s easy to find asphalt shingles that complement virtually any home’s exterior paint.
Often, a new roof asphalt roof installation involves more than just tearing off old shingles and putting new ones down. There are often structural problems with the roof truss or rafters that need to be addressed before new shingles can be installed. Overhead Solutions is a full-service roofing company, so we can do any structural work that needs to be done to ensure your new roof is sound.
As the top roofing company in Green Bay, Overhead Solutions offers roof construction and installation for both homeowners and homebuilders all over Green Bay. We have a proven record of completing asphalt roof replacements and asphalt roof repairs on time and in budget.
What Green Bay Homebuilders Need to Know about Overhead Solutions
As a local, family-owned company, our reputation is on the line with every job. We have an experienced crew and don’t hire out work to subcontractors. In fact, company owner Paul Collins is hands-on with every job. If you want your asphalt roof installed right, you want the Green Bay Roofers at Overhead Solutions.
Overhead Solutions is a member in good standing of the National Roofing Contractors Association, an EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm, a ShieldPRO Plus contractor and a Certainteed Select ShingleMaster installer. In addition to having an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, we have hundreds of positive reviews from customers.
We regularly bid on jobs throughout the Green Bay area, and welcome the opportunity to bid on your next project.
What Green Bay Homeowners Need to Know about Asphalt Shingles
Everyone can identify asphalt shingles on a roof, but if asked what they’re made of most people fumble for an answer and can only come up with “asphalt.” That’s only partly correct. Asphalt shingles are actually flat rectangular pieces of composite material consisting of:
- An organic or fiberglass base mat
- A coating of adhesive asphalt
- A granular layer of sand, mica, vitrified brick or similar
Types of Asphalt Shingles
There are two standard design options for asphalt shingles:
- 3-Tab shingles are simple, cost-effective and all the same size and shape. They’re a popular option for homeowners looking for the best value. They come in a wide range of colors.
- Architectural or Dimensional shingles are stronger, thicker and come in a variety of sizes and shapes for a more textured look. Architectural shingles cost more to install than 3-tab shingles, but last longer and have better manufacturer warranties.
It’s worth taking a closer look at the two types of base mat used in shingles—those made with a fiberglass mat and those made with an organic base mat.
Fiberglass-based shingles are becoming increasingly popular nationwide, largely because they resist fire better than organic mat shingles, which burn easily because they’re made from wood fiber or waste paper that has been soaked in asphalt. The primary benefit of organic shingles in our area is that they’re more pliable and withstand cold and windy weather better than fiberglass shingles.
Something else to consider: because asphalt shingles are made with a petroleum-based product, they aren’t recyclable and it takes a lot of energy to make them. If having a “green” house is really important to you, we’d recommend a metal or stone coated steel roof over an asphalt shingle roof.
Best Shingle Brands
Overhead Solutions, Inc. works with the top shingle manufacturers to bring you the best selection of composition shingles. It’s not uncommon for asphalt shingle manufacturers to have dozens of different shingles. We’ll help you sort through all the options based on your budget, architecture and color preferences, so you get the best value on your new roof.
Top 10 Roofing Questions
to ask before you hire a roofer
- Does your company have a current license, workman's comp, and liability coverage? All 3 should be a YES, and don't forget to ask for proof of each.
- Can you provide me with references in my area? A great way to look into a roofing company is to talk with their references; go see the work they have done.
- Is there a deposit? What are the terms of payment for the roofing system installed?
- What is the time frame before you can start the work? What is time frame for competition once you do start the work?
- If a re-roofing permit is required in my area, who is responsible for obtaining the permit?
- In the event that your equipment, or supplier's equipment should damage my property, who is liable?
- Do you hire sub-contractors for this work? If so, what are their names and license numbers? If contractor does hire sub-contractors it is very important to obtain the certificate of insurance from that sub-contractor so you are not held liable for any accident that may occur on the job.
- Who will haul away the old roofing material or project waste?
- Are you a current member of any local or national roofing associations?
- Do you require I do anything specific to prepare my home before the re-roofing project?
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