Snap Construction's, David Hoke tells us that roof replacement is becoming big business as of recent.
Bloomington, MN (PRWEB) June 18, 2013
Although a properly functioning roof is a must have for any homeowner, roof repairs and replacements often get put off in favor of more glamorous and exciting home renovation projects. In reality, the roof is the single most important component of a properly functioning home. Regardless of if it’s due to storm damage, regular wear and tear, or to improve a home’s value, roof replacement is an often overlooked area that can make a big difference.
Bloomington, Minnesota roof repairs have been a hot topic in the industry lately. With Minnesota finally starting to feel the beginning of its often short lived summer season, Bloomington MN roof replacement is becoming increasingly popular. The reasons for this surge of new Bloomington MN roofs are multifold: First, the long winter and colder than normal spring temperatures have forced Minnesota homeowners to delay regularly scheduled home maintenance. Homeowners are now playing catch-up, acting quickly to get the home repairs they had to put off completed as soon as possible. Second, Bloomington MN roof damage can present serious potential ramifications for the rest of the property. Interior upgrades are pointless if a leaky roof exists, and even structural changes can be a waste of time if there is pre-existing damage to the home’s roof. Third, Bloomington Minnesota’s harsher than normal climate can accelerate normal wear and tear on roofs and increase the odds of storm damage. Ice dams, strong winds, tornados, and hail can all cause serious damage to Bloomington Minnesota roofs.
Bloomington MN roof replacements can vary widely in cost. A number of factors determine the cost of Bloomington Minnesota roof repairs and replacement. According to David Hoke and Bloomington MN Snap Construction, factors including the type of shingles, the availability of those shingles, the pitch of the roof, the square footage of the roof, the severity of any damage to be repaired or replaced, and the sophistication of the roof’s architectural designwill all play a significant role in determining the total cost of a Bloomington MN roof repair job. Average sized roofing jobs usually cost at least $5,000-$10,000. The good news about getting a Bloomington Minnesota roof replaced is that if damage to a roof is proven to be caused be a storm, even a past storm, then the insurance company may cover the complete or partial cost of a new roof. There are a number of Bloomington MN based roofing companies who are experts at submitting claims to insurance agencies. According to David Hoke at Snap Construction, their company is able to handle the entire process from start to finish: Starting with submitting paperwork and presenting the claim to the insurance company, and hopefully finishing with installing a new roof in Bloomington, MN. A good roofing company should carefully explain the entire process and provide step-by-step updates on the status of any pending claim with the insurance company. In the event an insurance company denies a claim, Bloomington, MInnesota construction experts can work to get insurance claims partially approved or provide various alternative financing options.
When looking at Bloomington, MN roof replacement options, many homeowners are concerned about the amount of time the construction project will last. Understandably, homeowners do not want to deal with their house being turned into a long-term construction site. According to David Hoke at Snap Construction, most roof replacement companies can replace a full roof in 3-4 days. Most Snap Construction roof replacements on average sized homes can be finished in a single day. Unless the roof in questionis extremely large or very complex, rest assured that a Bloomington MN roof project will be competed relatively quickly.
The Bloomington Minnesota roof replacement process is relatively straightforward. First, the roofer removes all existing shingles. Then, repairs are made to the roof’s underlying plywood or 1” x 6” boards. They then apply ice dam protections and lay down asphalt paper before applying new shingles. Before finishing, the apply flashing around all areas where water could enter into the house and install the ridge vent. Although relatively straightforward, the process is complicated and takes a great deal of training and experience to complete quickly and effectively.