5 Reasons You Should Choose Rock Top for Your Roof Replacement
We Are a Licensed and Insured GAF-Certified Contractor
We adhere to all Utah state building code and educational requirements as a general contractor. This allows us to stay current with changes in our industry and its technology. GAF is the largest manufacturer of roofing materials in the country and our preferred source.
We Use Only Quality Materials
We use manufacturing sources and distributors that provide the highest quality: 1) Underlayments 2) Shingles 3) Ventilation system components 4) Fasteners and sealants 5) Pipes and metal components
We Offer Superior Craftsmanship
We employ training and quality-control techniques for the highest quality workmanship. This ensures proper installation of roof components that include: 1) Flashing for chimneys, skylights, and swamp coolers 2) Drip edge to eliminate gutter and soffit leaks 3) Valley metal to reduce vulnerability to a high-risk area 4) Effective attic ventilation systems
We Provide Manufacturer's & Workmanship Warranties
We provide a one-year workmanship warranty. We also control the quality of workmanship so that manufacturer's warranties can be honored. Our preferred GAF Timberline HDZ shingles are warrantied for 50 years. Lomanco provides a limited lifetime warranty for ventilation system products.
We Offer Creative Financial Solutions
In addition to working with insurance companies, we also offer direct lender services through PowerPay.
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Designing as if it's our own Roof
At Rock Top, we design each roof system as if it were our own. We use high-quality GAF HD Timberline Shingles, Ice and Water underlayment, and valley metal where needed. We evaluate parts of the roof that may require the use of radiant heat technology. We also look for ways to ensure the attic can be properly ventilated to preserve the life of the roof and well as improve energy efficiencies for the home.
The Best Value for Your Investment
When asking for estimates on the replacement of your roof, ensure that all the material and installation requirements mentioned above are met to be sure you are getting the best VALUE for your investment.
The First Line of Defense
Roofing systems are the first line of defense in the complete building envelope. Roofing systems must be able to protect a structure from the natural hazards associated with the local environment, including rain, hail, snow, high winds, temperature extremes—even fire.
Protecting Your Property
Wind rushing over a roof, for instance, produces lift, much like an airplane wing. This lift creates tremendous turbulence and dynamic stresses. Powerful eddies and vortices, which resemble horizontal tornadoes, churn along roof perimeters and corners. These forces can rip at roof covers, flashing, insulation and the underlying roof structure.