Save Money With Our Recovering Options
Do you have damage to your shingle roof but you don’t want to replace the entire roofing system? You may want to consider recovering. This is the process of installing a second layer of shingles over an existing layer to save money and to extend the roof’s life.
The Roof Ninja can discuss the pros and cons of this option with you and help you decide if recovering is right for your home. By completing a wide range of recovering projects for homeowners in Northern Utah and Southern Idaho over the years, we know this option can be a great solution in the right situation. We would love to help you with your home recover as well.
The Pros & Cons of Recovering
As an alternative to full roof replacement, recovering has a few pros and cons to consider. Pros include receiving a beautiful new roof that looks new and functions like new as well. We will patch over any holes in the existing roof, and you can enjoy your roof for many more years. This all comes at a lower cost than a full replacement, because of the decreased need for materials and labor.
Cons include that any underlying issues in the roof may remain undiscovered and unaddressed. This is why recovering is best for roofing systems that only have partial damage, mostly at the shingle level. If damage goes down to the plywood decking or deeper, you may need to opt for a complete roof replacement rather than just recovering.
Roofing Shingles We Offer
The Roof Ninja is a certified installer of Malarkey shingles, and we also offer shingles made by GAF and Owens Corning. We can help you explore your shingle options and guide you toward the perfect product for your recovering project.
Schedule Your Free Estimate With Our Experts
If you are considering a roof restoration project and you would like to know more about recovering, we are the contractors for the job. For answers to any questions and a free estimate, call The Roof Ninja today at (801) 674-7426 or fill out the online form.