Every roof is different so it only makes sense that each roof needs a thorough look over to determine
A. The condition of ones roof - whether its old or new, sturdy or flimsy etc.
B. Any damages to said roof - holes or scrapes, missing shingles or cosmetics
C, The type of shingles and roofing technique needed for the shape and design of your house
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The roof you need? You have to decide what look and the style you want. The amount of time you plan to live in your home, which can help decide which product you should use. There are plenty of different types of shingles and you have to consider if the different styles will complement the overall exterior of your house color such as matching with the brick for instance. The second thing you should factor in is the cost of the shingles you're choosing. And remember to consider the amount of dollars per year -- meaning, if the thinnest and cheapest brand or style of roofing shingle is selected in an area with bad weather, then it is reasonable to assume that you can't expect too many years of longevity out of that roof for long. If cost is the factor then composition or asphalt shingles more commonly known are definitely the most valuable in terms of length of life and price. However there are tile shingles which are much stronger and last for much longer due to their durability but they can be susceptible to breakage if not handled carefully. The next thing to consider before choosing a new roof and prospecting out your old one is the weather of where you live or are going to live. Harsh weather such as heavy snow or constant rainfall can indicate the type of roof you need such as the type of shingles and the degree of steepness its pitch might need. For instance extreme snowy areas are bad for clay tiles because these be damaged easily. Flat roofs or ones with a low grade of steepness are also dangerous because it can allow for snow to accumulate which over time can critically damage your home let alone your roof. You're much likelier to see steeper grades of roofing done by contractors and companies in the northeastern and Midwest regions of america due to the higher snowfall since these types of roofs eliminate snow accumulation much quicker and easier. In the south you'll see roofs with a different style of shingles than the west for example to deal with heavy amounts of rain that also redirect rain away from the house and off the property with proper gutter systems.