ROOF TYPES | JOHNS CREEK
Cedar Shake Roofing
Typically, the reason behind choosing cedar shakes for one’s home is to add to the overall design and style of their home. If you are a owner of a Cape Cod or your home is built in a similar manner, cedar shake roofing may be right for you. Now you can get treated materials to make them stand up better to wind and water damage.
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Composite Shingles Offer the Look You Want With More Durability!
A welcome improvement in cedar shake roofing is using materials made out of composites to create shakes that are more resilient to weather and stalls degradation. If you opt for a composite, your roof will be more resilient, last longer, and need a lot less maintenance. Even though they aren’t as tough as other roof types, a cedar shake roof can still be the one you choose. Whether you determine the better fit for your home is real cedar shakes or composite material, you’re going to love the beautiful, traditional style they add to your home’s exterior.
The Right Choice for Your Traditional Home
Cedar shakes roofs offer an overall look and feeling that is unique and lovely! Select one of our composite cedar shakes, and you can expect your shingles to last longer and will need less maintenance over time. Whether you're looking for a true cedar shake, or are looking for a composite shingle, we're can help you find the best roofing option for your home!
There are so many options these days for Johns Creek homeowners to consider for roofing materials: metal roofs, slate roofs, shingle roofs, Spanish tile roofs, cedar shake roofs, and more. Each one adds its own unique style to your home and has a list of benefits for your overall energy efficiency and protection from the elements.
If one of our trained experts inspects your roof and finds damage, we will walk you through the insurance claim process.
The damage that is caused by severe weather conditions (wind/hail) are, in most cases, covered by your homeowner’s insurance. It is important, however, that you have your property inspected in a timely manner, or your insurance company may not pay your claim. Upon inspection, if our trained representative finds evidence of storm-related damage to your roof, we will lead you through the process of filing an insurance claim. We will meet with your adjuster to make sure that you get everything that you are entitled to, in regard to your claim, including any collateral damage that may have been caused by the storm. Not only may your roof be damaged, but we also inspect gutters, screens, AC units, siding, paint, etc.