Before You Work on Your Roof, Get the Right Shingles, Gutters, and Materials

Written by Home Depot Shingles. Posted in Homepage

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New roofing is an incredible investment in your home. Did you know that it could provide a 67% return on investment? Besides the fact that everyone needs a good roof over their head, the potential return on investment makes a new roof a valuable home improvement. Whether you need to install a new roof, or just need to make some minor repairs, Home Depot asphalt shingles, building materials, and rain gutters can help you with all of your roofing needs.
  1. Home Depot shingles.
  2. Asphalt shingles are the single most popular roofing material, perhaps because they come in so many variations of style, shape, coloring, and weight. Although you might need a different type of shingle depending on the kind of climate you live in, Home Depot asphalt shingles are a perfect choice for the majority of climates. Hot climates, which also experience rapid changes in temperature, such as in Arizona, may not get the best use out of asphalt shingles. Did you know that shingles are sold in a unit called a “square,” which is just enough material to cover 100 square feet of a roof?
  3. Home Depot rain gutters.
  4. People often forget about their gutters until they need to be cleaned, but when you are selecting your gutters, look for quality materials of either aluminum, vinyl, wood, copper, or stainless steel, depending on your needs. Do not forget about gutter guards, which can keep falling leaves and other debris out of your gutters, making them last longer and work more efficiently.
  5. Home Depot building materials.
  6. You will need more than just a few squares of Home Depot asphalt shingles in order to complete your new roof. Also, before you can increase the value of your home, you will need to make some investment. Consider that you can increase the value of your home by approximately $13,000 with a new roof, but you will also need tar paper, or other roof underlayments, plywood, sheathing, and possibly roof coatings in order to complete the project.
When it comes to roofing, the best thing you can do is leave it to professionals. Roofing material warranties are voided if materials are not installed correctly. Remember that the best shingles for you will depend on what kind of climate you live in. For a minor fix, you can turn to a Home Depot to get the materials you need.

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