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Anatomy of a Roof

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Shingles

Our roofing systems use Owens Corning® shingles, the leading brand among roofing manufacturers. The Owens Corning® shingle series offer versatile design options, superior moisture protection, and patented technology for advanced performance to protect against shingle blow offs.
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Fasteners

The average roof has over ten thousand nails in it. It only takes one to ruin it. Nail pops, major leaks, shingles missing? This happens over time because products expand and contract at different rates due to the material, temperature, and pressure. Over time this creates space around the nail, causing water to go down the shaft of the nail into your home. This happens when a smooth shank fastener is used, but we do things differently. We use a Trident 3 fastener with barbed shank tech and three times the holding power of smooth shank nail.
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Underlayment

The layers between shingles and decking are used so shingles don’t stick directly to a wood deck, and this is the last layer of defense in case of blow off. We use ice and water shield on all of our roof systems, making sure you’re up to code. Our ThunderShield technology is a PVC and fiberglass woven material - better strength and sealing capabilities, creates a full shield around the nail head so water can’t get down the shaft of the nail.
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Ice Guard

This waterproof asphalt membrane bonds to the roof deck to protect vulnerable areas on a roof from ice and water damage. It is especially important in areas where severe storms are common and the cold weather can cause ice to form on roofs.
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Chimney cap

If you have a chimney, you need a chimney cap. This prevents animals from entering your home through the chimney, serves as a cover for rain, and stops fireplace sparks and embers that travel up the chimney from landing on your roof and setting it on fire. It also prevents debris such as leaves and branches from getting into your chimney.
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Drip edge

Drip edges are L-shaped metal sheets installed at the edge of the roof to direct water away from the fascia and into the gutter. Without a drip edge, water may end up beneath the shingles, causing damage to various parts of the home.
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Intake Ventilation

In the summer, proper ventilation and insulation keeps heat out of your house. In the winter, it keeps moisture away. We recommend R38 insulation, and a good ventilation system that includes a ridge vent and intake vents on the eaves. The energy savings that good insulation provides makes it the best return on investment product you can buy in the home improvement industry. It only takes five to seven years to pay for itself in energy savings.
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Ridge vent

A ridge vent runs along the apex of a slope roof’s peak, and is an important part of an efficient home roofing system. Ridge vents allow warm and damp air to leave your home from the attic, increasing energy efficiency and prolonging the life of your roof.
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Flashing

Roof flashing is a thin metal material applied around roof features such as siding, chimneys, and skylights to seal joints and direct water down the slope, preventing it from puddling. This element is an essential way to prevent leaking. Wherever water runoff is heavy, or two surfaces meet, will need a little extra attention by way of roof flashing.
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Plumbing boots

This is a piece of preformed flashing made to surround and waterproof pipe penetrations such as plumbing vent pipes and electrical service mast pipes. Like flashing, it is composed of a thin metal material and is made to seal joints, preventing leaking where the pipe meets the roof.
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Skylight

Often viewed as a purely cosmetic addition to your home exterior, skylights also add value to the resale value of your home and increase energy efficiency. Not to mention the fact that it improves mood, and nothing looks as good as being under natural lighting.
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Roof vent

Roof vents allow for proper attic ventilation, preventing early aging of your roof through condensation. Ventilation also helps moderate temperature throughout the home, promoting energy efficiency. The right number of intake and exhaust vents varies roof to roof, and our project consultants are trained to take this into account during the estimation process.
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Sealant

Your roof is only as strong as the weakest link. Most companies use an asphalt-based sealant, an organic substance that becomes ineffective as the sun dries out. If we’re putting a lifetime warranty on this through Mr. Roof, we don’t want to use subpar materials. We use NP1, a synthetic product that won’t break down when the sun is out. It’s environmentally safe and does not emit any gases or fumes.
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Shingles

Our ThunderGuard shingle undergoes a vulcanized rubber process that provides better granule retention. This protects shingles from wear and tear, and allows us to give you a better warranty and longer lasting roof.
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Fasteners

The average roof has over ten thousand nails in it. It only takes one to ruin it. Nail pops, major leaks, shingles missing? This happens over time because products expand and contract at different rates due to the material, temperature, and pressure. Over time this creates space around the nail, causing water to go down the shaft of the nail into your home. This happens when a smooth shank fastener is used, but we do things differently. We use a trident 3 fastener with barbed shank tech and three times the holding power of smooth shank nail.
3-Anatomy-Roof_Underlayment

Underlayment

The layers between shingles and decking used so shingles don’t stick directly to a wood deck, and is the last layer of defense in case of blow off. We use ice and water shield on all of our roof systems, making sure you’re up to code. Thun-derShield is a PVC and fiberglass woven material - better strength and sealing capabilities, creates a full shield around the nail head so water can’t get down the shaft of the nail.
4-Anatomy-Roof-Ice-Guard

Ice Guard

This waterproof asphalt membrane bonds to the roof deck to protect vulnerable areas on a roof from ice and water damage. It is especially important in areas like Central Ohio where severe storms are common and the cold weather can cause ice to form on roofs.
5-Anatomy-Roof-Chimney-Cap

Chimney cap

If you have a chimney, you need a chimney cap. This prevents animals from entering your home through the chimney, serves as a cover for rain, and stops fireplace sparks and embers that travel up the chimney from landing on your roof and setting it on fire. It also prevents debris such as leaves and branches from getting into your chimney.
6-Anatomy-Roof-Drip-Edge

Drip edge

Drip edges are L-shaped metal sheets installed at the edge of the roof to direct water away from the fascia and into the gutter. Without a drip edge, water may end up beneath the shingles, causing damage to various parts of the home.
7-Anatomy-Roof-Intake-Ventilation

Intake Ventilation

In the summer, proper ventilation and insulation keeps heat out of your house. In the winter, it keeps moisture away. We recommend an R38 insulation, and a good ventilation system that includes a ridge vent and intake vents on the eaves. The energy savings that good insulation provides makes it the best return on investment product you can buy in the home improvement industry. It only takes five to seven years to pay for itself in energy savings.
8-Anatomy-Roof-Ridge-Vent

Ridge vent

A ridge vent runs along the apex of a slope roof’s peak, and is an important part of an efficient home roofing system. Ridge vents allow warm and damp air to leave your home from the attic, increasing energy efficiency and prolonging the life of your roof.
9-Anatomy-Roof-Sealant-Flashing

Flashing

A ridge vent runs along the apex of a slope roof’s peak, and is an important part of an efficient home roofing system. Ridge vents allow warm and damp air to leave your home from the attic, increasing energy efficiency and prolonging the life of your roof.
10-Anatomy-Roof-Plumbing-Boots

Plumbing boots

This is a piece of preformed flashing made to surround and waterproof pipe penetrations such as plumbing vent pipes and electrical service mast pipes. Like flashing, it is composed of a thin metal material and is made to seal joints, preventing leaking where the pipe meets the roof.
11-Anatomy-Roof-Skylight

Skylight

Often viewed as a purely cosmetic addition to your home exterior, skylights also add value to the resale value of your home and increase energy efficiency. Not to mention the fact that it improves mood, and nothing looks as good as being under natural lighting.
12-Anatomy-Roof-Udpate-Vents

Roof vent

Roof vents allow for proper attic ventilation, preventing early aging of your roof through condensation. Ventilation also helps moderate temperature throughout the home, promoting energy efficiency. The right number of intake and exhaust vents varies roof to roof, and our project consultants are trained to take this into account during the estimation process.
13-Anatomy-Roof-Sealant

Sealant

Your roof is only as strong as the weakest link. Most companies use an asphalt-based sealant, an organic substance that becomes ineffective as the sun dries out. If we’re putting a warranty on this through Able, we don’t want to use subpar materials. We use NP1, a synthetic product that won’t break down when the sun is out. It’s environmentally safe and does not emit any gases or fumes.

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Our Competitive Advantage

INSTALLATION
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    Permits are pulled by Mr. Roof—NOT a subcontractor
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    Magnet sweep of yard during cleanup
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    Start and finish date provided (and it's usually the same day)
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    Manufacturer-certified and trained installers for every single job
PERFORMANCE
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    Rubberized shingle that won't crack, delaminate, buckle or curl
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    2 inch strike zone to eliminate wind blow off
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    0 degree fahrenheit installation rating for safe cold weather installation
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    Impact resistant and proven to with- stand hail
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    "Florida Dade County" high wind and hurricane approved
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    Tapered design to eliminate cracking and humping
WARRANTY
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    Lifetime warranty on all materials
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    Lifetime warranty on labor for as long as you live in your home
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    Warranty is transferable if you sell your home
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    Non-prorated so you'll never pay if your roof fails
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    Lifetime finish warranty on all metals—you'll never need to repaint

What to Expect

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STEP 4 INSTALLATION

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STEP 5 COMMITMENT

Our commitment doesn’t end there. With our lifetime warranty, we’ll be back to see that our work will last upon appointment.

STEP 1

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Roofing FAQ

Is there an ideal time to install a new roof?

We install roofs year round. There is no difference in the quality of installation or life of your roof based on the timing of our …

Will a leak in my roof cause long-term damage?

A leaking roof will not only cause damage to your roofing system, but also to your home. If you notice leaks in your roof, you …

How can I tell if my home needs a new roof?

You can tell if your home needs a new roof or not by considering the age of roof, it’s appearance, and whether or not there …

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