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South Beloit, IL

South Beloit Roofing

Experienced Roofing Contractors Available 24/7

When you're looking for a new roof, roof repairs, or annual maintenance, you want to work with a team that has the experience and expertise to get the job done right. At Apex General Contracting, we have the training and experience to provide you with a roof that will stand the test of time. We offer a wide range of roofing services for residents of South Beloit and the surrounding communities. We know that roofing issues can occur day or night, so our skilled contractors are available after hours to restore your property as soon as possible.

Call (779) 223-0354  to schedule your roofing service today!

How Often Should You Replace Your Roof?

It's important to keep your roof in good condition, but how often should you replace it? The answer depends on a few factors, including the type of roof you have, its age, and how well it's been maintained. As a general rule, you should replace your roof every 20-30 years.

Some of the signs that it's time to replace your roof include:

  • Leaks or gaps in the roof— If you notice small leaks in your roof, it's important to get them fixed quickly. If they're left unchecked, these leaks can grow and develop into larger, more damaging gaps in the roof.
  • Dark spots on your ceiling— If you notice dark spots on your ceiling, it's likely that your roof has been damaged and some of the insulation has been exposed to moisture. This can lead to mold growth and weaken the strength of your roof.
  • Curled or cracked shingles— If your shingles are cracked or curled, this means that they're wearing out and need to be replaced. If left unchecked, this can lead to water damage to the interior of your home.
  • Old age— As a general rule, you should replace your roof every 20-30 years, depending on the type of roof you have.

If you're not sure how old your roof is, ask your local roofer. They can inspect your roof and tell you if it's time to replace it or if some minor repairs are all that's needed.

What Are the Different Types of Roofing Materials?

When you're looking to replace your roof, you'll have to choose from a wide range of different roofing materials. Each material has its own benefits and drawbacks, and it's important to choose the one that's best for your home.

The most common types of roofing materials include:

  • Asphalt shingles
  • Cedar shakes
  • Flat roofs
  • GAF roofing
  • Green roofing
  • Metal roofing
  • Slate roofing
  • Wood shakes

Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it's important to work with a professional roofer to determine which material is best for your home. For example, asphalt shingles are one of the most popular types of roofing materials because they're affordable and easy to install. However, they're also one of the easiest materials to damage, which means you'll have to replace your roof more often.

What Roofing Services Does Apex Offer?

At Apex, we offer a wide range of roofing services to meet your needs. No matter what kind of roof you have, we can provide you with the services you need to keep your roof in good condition. We offer everything from minor repairs to full roof replacement.

Our roofing services include:

  • Asphalt shingle roofing
  • Cedar shake roofing
  • Flat roofing
  • GAF roofing

Contact Apex General Contracting Today!

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