Roofing

Roofing is a home’s biggest defense against weather. It shelters the home from wind, sun and most importantly, rain. A region’s weather and climate determines which type of roof to build and which materials to use.

The height of the project and loose shingles can make roofing projects dangerous. To avoid complications midway through the project make sure all materials needed are on the roof.

Rough weather can leave wind damage and leaks. While most roofing jobs should be done by professionals, repair tasks are manageable by homeowners. Damaged shingles are a perfect example of this, as they can be easily removed and replaced. Shingles are a wood roofing material that is laid in overlapping sections. Weather is often the culprit of damaged shingles. Weather also makes vent fans and skylights susceptible areas on a roof for leaks. Installing flashing will help guard against future problems related to weather. In addition, a ridge cap should be installed to cover the roof vent at the top of the roof.

Installing and repairing roofing requires each shingle to be placed perfectly. Designed and executed correctly, the end result will provide proper weather protection. Handyworx can design, build and repair roofing to last and stand up to a climate’s harshest elements. Handyworx will also suggest the most appropriate roofing materials to use.

Roofing projects are challenging due to the height and coordination involved. Wind damage, leaks, vents and skylights lead to roof repairs. Ridge cap and flashing installation could prevent future repairs when installed properly the first time. Use the right materials and roofing type for maximum efficiency.

Roofing Services

• Asphalt Shingles Install (per sq)

• asphalt Shingles Remove (per sq)

• Asphalt Shingles Replace (per sq)

• Attic fan install

• Chimney flashing

• Concrete Tile Roof Install (per sq)

• Concrete Tile Roof Removal (per sq)

• Concrete Tile Roof Replace (per sq)

• Corrugated Roof Install (per sq)

• Corrugated Roof Removal (per sq)

• Corrugated Roof Replace (per sq)

• Drip Edge Flashing Install (per lf)

• Drip Edge Flashing Remove (per lf)

• Drip Edge Flashing Replace (per lf)

• Drip edge replaced

• Flashing repaired

• Flashing, Vent Stack Install

• Flashing, Vent Stack Removal

• Flashing, Vent Stack Replace

• Gable Vent Install

• Gable Vent Removal

• Gable Vent Replace

• Gutter Downspouts Clean (ea)

• Gutter Downspouts Install (ea)

• Gutter Downspouts Removal (ea)

• Gutter Downspouts Replace (ea)

• Gutter Screen Replace (per lf)

• Gutters adjusted/renailed

• Gutters Cleaned

• Gutters downspout added

• Gutters Install (per lf)

• Gutters installed new

• Gutters Paint (per lf)

• Gutters patch hole

• Gutters Removal (per lf)

• Gutters Replace (per lf)

• Gutters replaced

• Insulation Blown Install (per sf)

• Insulation Blown Removal (per sf)

• Insulation Blown Replace (per sf)

• Ridge Cap Install (per lf)

• Ridge Cap Removal (per lf)

• Ridge Cap Replace (per lf)

• Ridge Vent Install (per lf)

• Ridge Vent Remove (per lf)

• Ridge Vent Replace (per lf)

• Roll Roof Install (per sq)

• Roll Roof Remove (per sq)

• Roll Roof Replace (per sq)

• Roof Felt Paper Install (per sq)

• Roof Felt Paper Removal (per sq)

• Roof Felt Paper Replace (per sq)

• Roof leak

• Roof sheathing install (per sq ft)

• Roof sheathing remove (per sq ft)

• Roof sheathing replace (per sq ft)

• Roof Vent Install

• Roof Vent Removal

• Roof Vent Replace

• Shake Roof Install (wood) (per sq)

• Shake Roof Remove (wood) (per sq)

• Shake Roof Replace (wood) (per sq)

• Shingle replaced

• Skylight Install

• Skylight installed new

• Skylight Removal

• Soffit Vent Install

• Soffit Vent Removal

• Soffit Vent Replace

• Vents for attic