Highly Recommended Roofing Contractors in Arlington Heights IL

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Arlington Heights Roofing Systems

By partnering with the industry’s leading roofing manufacturers, Exteriors & More by Carden can bring you a complete range of affordable, attractive and durable products. We offer many different colors, styles and materials so your roof can be customized to have the look and feel you want.

For over a century, CertainTeed has been a cornerstone of the building products sector, pioneering innovative and top-tier solutions for both residential and commercial construction. The company's extensive lineup features insulation, roofing, siding, exterior trim, and gypsum board products.

Owens Corning® is a manufacturer of roofing shingles and roofing components, residential and commercial insulation products, and composites. The company provides high-performance roofing shingles that come in two product series, namely Duration® Series and Oakridge® Series.

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Finding reputable roofing contractors in Arlington Heights, IL you can trust is crucial when considering any roofing project, whether it's repairs, replacements, or installations, our team of seasoned professionals are dedicated to bringing your roofing visions to life.

Asphalt roofing stands as a dependable and budget-friendly option for homeowners. Its adaptability and resilience make it the preferred choice for those in search of an appealing, enduring roofing solution.

Our skilled specialists kick off every project with a thorough evaluation. We meticulously assess the condition of your current roof, pinpoint any underlying concerns, and furnish you with a comprehensive blueprint for your asphalt roof installation.

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Roofing Excellence: Asphalt Installation Experts

At Exteriors & More by Carden, we specialize in top-quality asphalt roofing installations for Arlington Heights homeowners. Asphalt roofing is a reliable and cost-effective choice known for its durability and versatility.

Our expert team begins each project with a thorough assessment to ensure your roof is in optimal condition. We then work closely with you to create a detailed plan tailored to your needs and preferences.

With us, you can trust that your roofing project will be completed to the highest standards of quality and satisfaction.

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Supreme Roof Warranties in Arlington Heights

At Exteriors & More by Carden, we take great pride in the quality of our products and the skill of our roofers. That's why we provide comprehensive warranties for all roofing, siding, and window installations specifically for Arlington Heights residents. Our workmanship warranty assures a full 5-year coverage on every product installed by our team. Additionally, we stand behind the manufacturer's warranty. With Exteriors & More by Carden handling your installation, you can relax knowing your home is protected by our commitment to excellence, allowing you to cherish it for years to come.

Ensure the longevity of your investment with the CertainTeed Limited Warranty, recognized as one of the most comprehensive warranties in the roofing industry. With CertainTeed, you can rest easy, knowing that your roof is protected against potential defects, guaranteeing enduring quality and reliability for years to come.

Owens Corning® Roofing offers one of the best warranties in the industry. Owens Corning  has made managing your warranty simple and straightforward. Whether you want to register, transfer or process a no-hassle claim quickly, each step is clearly outlined so you can take action without delay.

How Do I Know If I Need A New Roof?

At Exteriors & More by Carden, we're committed to ensuring our Arlington Heights customers are well-informed. If you're here, you might be wondering, "How can I tell if my home needs a new roof?"

Your home's exterior is essential, protecting your family and enhancing its appeal. If you're concerned about your roof, here are some signs to look out for, helping you make a confident decision.

Are your shingle edges curling, clawing or cupped?

When shingles start curling, clawing or cupping it's a sign that a roof is nearing the end of its lifespan. Cupping and curling look very similar, with the ends of the shingles peeling away from the courses below them and beginning to point upward. Clawing occurs when the center of the shingle lifts while the ends stay in contact with the roof. The curved surface can be caught by a strong wind, leading to further damage next time it storms.

Are there granules from the shingles in your gutters?

Asphalt shingles have grit or granules embedded in their surface, and these granules create a barrier between the sun and the shingle. It’s normal for a bit of grit to loosen up and fall off (especially when the roof is new). But if more and more granules are collecting in the gutters every fall, there might be a problem. Without the grit, the sun will bake the shingles and cause them to warp, cup or deteriorate.

Do you see any cracked shingles?

Many shingles are cracked or missing and in some cases, roof damage is obvious from the ground, and shingles are often the first thing to show signs of wear and tear, so if you notice missing, curling, or cracked shingles when you look at your roof, it’s probably time for a roof replacement. From the ground, it may be possible to see what appear to be cracks sprawling across two or three shingles.

Those aren’t cracks, though. They’re actually tears that come from prolonged thermal expansion and contraction cycles. As the sun rises and heats the roof, the shingles expand. As the temperatures drop, they contract. Over time, these tiles tear and become the prime location for leaks and structural damage.

Is your roof at least 15 years old or looks old?

Most roofs are designed to last between 15 to 25 years, depending on the quality of the materials and the installation. As your roofing system in Arlington Heights approaches the end of its lifespan, it becomes more susceptible to damage and may require more frequent repairs.

Are your Neighbors getting new roofs?

Homes built around the same time period can be experiencing the same types of weather conditions which can mean that your roof is nearing its useful life.For homeowners in developments and subdivisions, the sound of roofing nailers in the neighborhood might be a sign.

Most developments grow a few houses at a time, meaning that many of the homes in the neighborhood are relatively close in age. And since these houses often use the same materials purchased by the builder at a bulk rate, the roofs should deteriorate at a similar rate. So, if everyone’s replacing their roof, maybe you should too.

Do you have moss, algae or dark streaks on your roof?

Moss can grow on roof surfaces that don’t get much sunlight, especially in cool, moist climates. While moss growth can be a cosmetic issue, it can hold moisture against the roof surface and over time in freezing climates can cause damage to the granules on the top of the shingles. Naturally-occurring airborne algae cause dark streaks on roof decks.

Do you see any water damage or visible leaks in the upstairs or attic?

One of the most common signs that you need a roof replacement is a leak. Apparent water damage inside the home is a fairly straightforward sign that the roof is no longer doing its job. Leaks can occur for various reasons, such as worn-out materials or storm damage. Signs of moisture marks, brown, yellow or gray stains and peeling paint on walls and/ or ceilings could indicate damage.  A leaky roof can lead to mold and attract pests like carpenter ants.

Do you see your roofline sagging?

Your roofline should be straight and strong. If your roof deck appears to be sagging or drooping, this could be a sign of structural damage and should be addressed immediately. If you notice dipping, curving, or visible sagging it’s important to investigate the cause. Sagging is a sign that trapped moisture has rotted away boards under the roof.  You will need to remove the shingles and plywood sheathing underneath to get to the bottom of why the roof is sagging. 

Do you see any missing shingles on your roof or pieces of shingles in the yard?

Missing shingles are never a good sign. This occurs when the shingle itself weakens, and the adhesive holding the bottom in place starts separating from the course below. At that point, all it takes is the right gust of wind for a shingle to fall off. If there are just one or two missing shingles it isn’t the end of the world. A relatively quick repair could have the roof back in top shape, though the shingle color might not be an exact match.

Have you recently had storm damage in your neighborhood?

Storm damage is one of the leading causes of roof replacements. This is because heavy storms can wreak havoc on roofs, no matter what condition they are in before the storm. For example, ice storms, rainstorms, or even tornadoes. In the midwest, high-speed wind can rip shingles completely off of a roof, or lift them, and cause them to crack. As a result, this opens up the roof to leaks and UV damage.If windstorms are followed by rain or snow, moisture can quickly seep into the roofing system and lead to water damage.

Debris carried by the wind can also blow into your roof and puncture the shingles. Sometimes you can replace a shingle or two, but the potential for repair depends on the missing shingle’s location and the condition of those surrounding it. Although you are the first line of defense when it comes to spotting roofing damage in Arlington Heights, be aware of your limitations.

A basic inspection by Exteriors & More by Carden could save you thousands of dollars in roofing repair costs by spotting minor damage before it turns into a major problem. Exteriors & More by Carden are trained professionals and also have the tools and safety techniques to get up on your roof and check for damage to your roof. Contact us for a free inspection and no obligation estimate. 

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