Listen to Your Marion Roofing Contractor: Don’t Skimp on Underlayment!
As the premier Marion roofing contractor, Sherriff-Goslin understands the importance of underlayment. An unseen component of your roofing system, underlayment provides the protection needed to maintain your roof’s integrity. Low-cost underlayment can create financial risks and – worse yet – lead to catastrophic failures. Because of this, it’s essential that you work with your roofing contractor to select underlayment that can withstand the stress that your roof is expected to endure over the years. But, when you’re faced with so many choices, how do you decide what’s best for your roof? In today’s post, we’re going to discuss how you should go about selecting underlayment for your new roof.
Speak to a professional
The easiest way to determine the best underlayment for your roof is to speak to a reputable Marion roofing contractor. With a deep knowledge of roofing products and local weather conditions, Sherriff-Goslin is well-positioned to identify the best product for your needs. More importantly, we have a deep understanding of product quality and fire ratings, allowing us to carefully weigh the costs and benefits of various underlayment options.
Cost isn’t everything
When selecting underlayment, it’s important to understand that cost shouldn’t be the only deciding factor. While there are options available at reduced costs, it’s essential that you make your decision based on what’s best for your roof. If you’re spending a substantial sum to install a new roof, you owe it to that roof – and yourself! – to afford it the superior, long-term protection that quality underlayment provides.
At Sherriff-Goslin, we are committed to ensuring that our customers are well-informed and armed with the information that they need to make reasoned decisions about their roof and its future. If you’re considering a new roof installation, we encourage you to reach out to us today, discuss your concerns, and let us help you ensure the integrity and longevity of your roof.