Here at Rocky Mountain Roofs, roof tear-offs is a procedure that is taken with extreme care and safety. We will make sure the process is clean and efficient.
Tearing off a roof is an essential step in the roofing process. A clean and smooth nailing surface is needed
You need a new roof, but should you tear off the existing one first or put the new shingles right over the old ones?
A lot of people think they want to just cover up the problem because it’s cheaper, faster and looks just as good. Unfortunately, that’s almost always a mistake. It might save you money in the very short run, but it’s simply not as good as tearing off the old roof first.
Think of it as a manicure. Yes, you can technically paint over an old manicure with a new color, but you’ll miss out on the nail prepping, buffering, top coat, cuticle nudging, and oiling, and it’s very likely you’ll see the grow-out from the old polish underneath.
Tear-Offs Help You Discover Problems Early
There’s no telling what issues might be hiding deep in the recesses of your old roof. Some problems, like rot or black mold, are only found during the tear-off process. Don’t just cover up the problem. You and your property deserve a newly installed roof with the best foundation possible.
If your roof needs to be replaced, take care of it before problems become worse. They’ll likely grow, fester and end up costing you several thousand dollars more than a tear-off and new roof installation would have.
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Woods Cross, Utah
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West Point, Utah
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West Bountiful, Utah
North Ogden, Utah
South Ogden, Utah
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Pleasant View, Utah
Plain City, Utah
Farr West, Utah
Washington Terrace, Utah
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Hyde Park, Utah
River Heights, Utah
Cedar City, Utah 84720
Enoch, Utah 84721
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