Roofing Maintenance & Repair FAQ
Arizona Professional Roofing & Construction has been asked many questions during our years as a local roofing contractor, ranging from roof maintenance questions to basic roofing facts. Below are answers to some of the most popular questions.
Should I have my roof repaired or replaced?
This decision typically depends on the extent of repairs needed. If over 25% of your roof needs repair, we will usually recommend replacement due to the cost-effectiveness of the solution. We will help you make this determination by providing you with a free roof inspection and repair estimate.
When is the best time to have my roof repaired?
If you have noticed damages to your roof, the best time to repair it is now. Small roofing issues can quickly lead to larger problems, so our best advice for property owners who see roof damage is to repair immediately.
What are soffits and fascia?
The soffits and fascia of your roof are the wooden boards that make up your roof’s overhang. The soffits are the boards that make up the underlying surface, and the fascia are the boards that create the roof’s perimeter. These components are often damaged and need repair due to their exposure to the elements.
Will my roofing project be supervised?
Yes, Arizona Professional Roofing & Construction has a seasoned project manager on staff who will ensure your project goes smoothly from beginning to end.
How can I extend the life of my roof?
Signing up for a preventative roof maintenance program like the one we have here at Arizona Professional Roofing & Construction is a sure way to maximize your roof’s lifespan. With regular roof maintenance, you can catch minor problems early and minimize the repairs needed throughout the roof’s life.
Contact Us for a Free Inspection & Consultation!
If you are in the Valley area and you need expert roofing services, trust our local team of roofers. Call Arizona Professional Roofing & Construction today at (623) 632-8895 or submit the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.