Quality residential roof replacement in Houston requires getting down to the base layer. Each layer is only as good as the one beneath it when it comes to your roof’s ability to stand up to heat and humidity. That’s why quality residential roof replacement in Houston doesn’t start with adding new shingles; it starts by checking the cleanliness and stability of the deck – the roof’s structural plywood layer beneath the underlayment and the shingles.
Once we’ve removed the old shingles and old underlayment, we inspect the decking for integrity, tight alignment and any protruding nail heads. Then we closely check all roofing penetrations (the places where objects, such as vents, penetrate the roof) and advise you of any additional roofing remedies that might be needed.
Does this approach to delivering a new roof take longer and entail more than doing a simple cover-over? Of course, but One Call is committed to doing roof replacement in Houston the way it should be done.
We’re not looking to be the cheapest roof replacement in Houston; our goal is to offer quality, fair-priced roofing services that will keep you coming back to One Call for all your home’s needs – not only residential roofing, but also plumbing, air-conditioning and heating, and water services.
Residential roof repair in Houston is a messy business. Your roof is open; your attic is exposed; and heat, rain, and humidity can drop in at any time. So can old shingles and excess decking material. (Do you really want to find roofing scraps in your Christmas decorations or on top of photos of Aunt Sally?)
That’s why we go to extra lengths to make the process of installing a new roof a clean one. We start every project with a “toolbox meeting,” which is our term for the safety-and- precautions meeting. It’s how we ensure that every team member is on board with the requirements for safety and the care of your home prior to replacing your roof.
Pre- and post-cleanup are a major aspect of our commitment to roof replacement that respects the property of the homeowner. If the job requires removing the decking (as in the case of putting in a radiant barrier), we make sure to put tarps over the attic floor to catch debris. If your home has a pool, we also use tarps to cover the area and keep the water free of debris. Tarps also help ensure the protection of your landscaping.