Pitched Roofing

No matter what house you live in or where, it is really likely that your property has a pitched roof. Basically, this term refers to the fact that the roof itself is sloped at an angle. The degree of pitch varies dramatically depending on the style, aesthetics or utility of the building. Being an industry leading company, our Go Green Roofing team have been working on pitched roofs for years. Our knowledgeable technicians have acquired a high level of expertise to provide you with a peace of mind and ensure that you receive the best roofing services.

When discussing a pitched roof one of the most important aspects that we take into consideration is the degree of pitch. Roofs with a high steepness of the slope are obviously a lot harder to work on, because the danger of slipping off increases substantially. Unfortunately, if you are not willing to do a whole remodeling of your roofing system, there isn’t any other way to adjust the pitch of the building. But in case you are looking for a way to make your roof steeper or shallower, we will be happy to assist. 

Roofing Materials

One of the numerous benefits of a pitched roof is that it enables water and other debris to run off easily and quickly. Even though we don’t witness rain-soaked streets in the Dallas and Fort Worth area a lot, we still want to make sure that your home is protected and you won’t have pools of standing water whenever a pouring rain comes down.

Choosing the right roofing material that meets your needs is probably one of the most crucial tasks. When it comes to pitched roofs, there are a number of standard options, all of which we offer at Go Green Roofing.

On the one hand, if you are looking for a unique and exclusive look for your home, then ceramic tiles are the best option for you. Such tile roofs last up to 50 years or more and proved to provide better insulation and resilience in the long run. On the other hand, if you are taking a more traditional approach and cost-efficiency is the name of the game, in this case asphalt shingles are the right choice for you. They are unobtrusive, exceptionally low-maintenance and simple to replace as well as really affordable. 

If your pitched roof needs an upgrade, contact Go Green Roofing.

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