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Three Quick Tips for Roof Replacement

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GAF’s Timberline shingles are a high-quality choice of roofing materials. With the highest wind performance rating possible, GAF Timberline shingles have special adhesive seals that help them withstand high-velocity winds. They also boast exceptionally high scores for impact resistance.

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Three Quick Tips for Roof Replacement

  1. 1. THREE QUICK TIPS FOR ROOF REPLACEMENT GAF Timberline Shingles
  2. 2. Introduction  GAF’s Timberline shingles are a high-quality choice of roofing materials. With the highest wind performance rating possible, GAF Timberline shingles have special adhesive seals that help them withstand high-velocity winds. They also boast exceptionally high scores for impact resistance. Here are some tips to keep in mind when undertaking a roof replacement. Hire a Professional You want someone with the right tools and a proven track record of experience and know-how on the job. It may be tempting to save money by trying to replace that leaky roof on your own. If the job is not done properly, however, you may end up costing yourself more money in the long run. Hiring a professional to do the job is your best bet.
  3. 3. Roof Replacement  Go with Asphalt When it comes to roofing materials, there is no shortage of choices. Clay, slate, metal and wood roofs all over varying levels of protection and durability. For the best value, asphalt is typically the preferred choice. GAF’s Timberline product line is good example of an asphalt shingle that provides long- lasting protection. Inspect/Repair Decking Some roofing contractors suggest leaving the old roof in place as a cost-saving measure. This is typically not a very good idea, though. It might cost a little more money to remove everything, but in doing so you allow the contractor the opportunity to inspect the wood decking beneath the shingles and address any issues that may have been hidden before.

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