The referrer does not need to be a previous Total Home Roofing customer to participate in the referral program.
The best way to know for sure is to contact a roofing specialist. Total Home Roofing has worked with all major insurance providers, and we are here to guide you through the entire process.
Yes, tile roofs are superior to shingles when it comes to storm resistance. Tile roofs are known to be sturdier, last longer, and can better withstand hurricane winds and gusts.
Yes, metal is considered the most environmentally friendly and sustainable roofing material available. Metal roofs are 100% recyclable and are made with a minimum of 25% recycled material, depending on the type of metal.
Tile roofs are great insulators. The combined effect of roof tiles, decking, and air space between the tiles allows for better air circulation which can reduce direct heat transfer by up to 50%. This all adds up to lower air conditioning bills in the summer months!
Yes! Tile roof colors range from earth tones that blend in with the environment to vivid accent colors like black, blue, or even white to help reduce summertime cooling bills. You can also select blended colors or place different colored tiles in patterns across the roof surface. Schedule a free estimate to discover more design possibilities.
Absolutely. While Spanish-style barrel-shaped tile may come to mind first, clay or concrete tile is available in a multitude of shapes, profiles, and colors to fit any architectural style. The possibilities are virtually limitless.
Asphalt shingle damage can leave your roof vulnerable to more extensive damage. If gaps form between shingles or parts of the roof are left exposed to the elements, water can leak down into the wooden parts of the roof. If this happens, your roof is susceptible to rot, pest infestations, and structural weakness. Unfortunately, you can’t always evaluate the health of your asphalt roof simply by looking for shingle damage. For this reason, you should schedule periodic roof evaluations with a roofing professional who can look for these specific warning signs.
Asphalt shingles may appear simple in nature, but they actually feature a sophisticated multi-layered design that strengthens them and helps them protect your roof against weather elements. The asphalt that gives these shingles their name actually sits only on their outward-facing surface, topped by a distribution of fine granules. The asphalt itself gets mixed with other materials such as styrene to make it more durable and water-resistant.
A metal roof can withstand decades of abuse from extreme weather like high winds, heavy snow, hail storms, and even wildfires. Metal roofing has a 140-mph wind rating, meaning it can typically withstand wind gusts up to 140 miles per hour.
There is little difference between metal and other materials when it comes to noise from rain or hail. There are several layers installed beneath the metal surface, and normal attic insulation also absorbs most weather sounds.
Because metal roofing is a premium home product, you can expect your new roof to cost more than what an asphalt shingle roof costs. However, a metal roof is comparable in price to tile roofs and is more durable than asphalt shingles if maintained properly. A new metal roof can also increase your home's value by 6% on average.
No. Metal roofs are not more susceptible to lightning than other roofing materials.
Quite the opposite. A metal roof can save you money on your a/c bills thanks to higher heat reflectivity and improved emissivity compared to other roofing products like asphalt, wood, tile, etc. A metal roof can reduce cooling costs by as much as 25%!
We offer asphalt shingle, metal, and tile roofs in a variety of shapes and colors. Speak with a Total Home Roofing representative to learn more.
We offer a variety of financing programs, including no-interest loans, deferred-interest loans, and long-term installment loans which provide low monthly payments. Speak with a Total Home representative to learn more.
Aging roofs, missing shingles, cupping, and grit in the gutter are all telltale signs that you need a new roof. The best way to tell if you need a new roof is to have a licensed contractor inspect your roof. If you think you might need a new roof, schedule a free, no-obligation with Total Home Roofing today.
No, at Total Home Roofing our estimates are always provided at no cost to you as the homeowner.
Hail can impact your roof and shorten its lifespan if not addressed properly. If your roof has received heavy hail damage, please contact a Total Home Roofing representative to discuss your best options.
The length of the installation relies on several factors. For most shingle roofs we are able to complete the project in under 2 business days. For the most accurate information please reach out to your dedicated representative.
Yes, a leak in your roof will ultimately cause long-term damage and is a potential fire hazard as electrical wires in the ceilings and walls may become exposed to moisture or water. If you have a leaking roof please contact a Total Home Roofing representative to inspect your roof as soon as possible.
Yes, our roofing specialists work directly with all insurance companies and always make sure you get the maximum benefits.
The cost of your new roof will depend on several factors including the size of the home, the number of stories, and the roofing materials needed to complete the project. Please schedule a free estimate today for the most accurate quote.
Most shingle roofs can be completed in 2 days. However, some roofs may take longer based on the size of the home, the number of stories, and the home location. Please contact your dedicated representative for the most accurate timeline.
Total Home Roofing has proudly been in business since 2005.
Yes, we accept all major credit cards.
Congratulations! First, you will receive an email "Notice of Approval" that includes a link with a loan agreement and other materials for review. Please contact your Total Home Roofing representative for your next steps.
Shingles will typically arrive on-site within 48 hours of your project's start date.
All of our crews only do work for Total Home Roofing so that you are guaranteed to get the Total Home Roofing experience throughout the entire process.
Dumpsters are typically dropped off the day before or the morning of your scheduled installation date.
Construction materials and debris are typically removed from the property within 24 hours of roof completion.
Once your final inspection has been scheduled we will work with our 3rd party specialists to schedule your wind mitigation. We use a 3rd party to avoid any bias in the inspection process.
As an Owens Corning Certified Platinum Installer, we offer a wide variety of asphalt shingle options and colors to match your home aesthetic. Speak with a Total Home Roofing representative today to learn more.
Your final roof inspection will take place within one week following roof completion, depending on the availability of your county's staff.
Our roofing specialists work directly with all insurance companies to ensure sure you get the maximum benefits. Our professionals understand what your insurance should cover and work closely with the insurance adjuster to ensure your claim is done properly.
No. In fact, the experience may be more enjoyable for you if you are not inside the home. Re-roofing can be a loud process, so most homeowners have found it better to be outdoors or away from the home while the process is completed.
There is no penalty for early payment.
Yes, a dedicated Total Home Roofing Sales representative will come to your home to inspect your roof. We are typically able to provide an estimate on the spot or within 24 hours.