Finding Roofing Contractors in Cheyenne WY to Replace Your Roof

Finding Roofing Contractors in Cheyenne WY to Replace Your Roof

Most people are surprised to find that their roof does not last for ever. We see pictures of famous building around the world that are hundreds or even thousands of years old and think that our roofs will last as long as them. Sadly modern roofs are not built to last a thousand years, or even 100 years. They are built of materials that have a lifespan of about 30 or if well maintained, about 50 years. When the roof starts to suffer problems or is damaged by the weather you will need to find roofing contractors in Cheyenne to build a roof with modern materials.

Modern roofs are built differently to those of 30 or 50 years ago. Modern roofs will incorporate highly efficient insulation to reduce your fuel bills. Up to 25% of all the heat lost in most homes is lost through the roof. At the same time, incorporating solar panels into the roof will provide a source of electricity which will reduce your fuel bills. You can also incorporate solar hot water which in summer will provide almost all of your hot water needs and even in winter can cut your hot water bill by as much as 25%. Talk to your local roofing contractors in Cheyenne WY about the benefits to you of solar energy.

If you want to add an extra room or two to your living space, this is the ideal time to do so. The roof line can be raised, the pitch of the roof can be changed and windows and dormers added far more easily when a roof is being rebuilt than they can as a conversion. Adding an extra room or two is a great way to increase the value of your home or to make it big enough to continue living in rather than moving to a new one. Talk to your local roofing contractors in Cheyenne WY about the benefits and costs of adding a loft room to your home.

If your roof is sound, but you would still like to reduce your heating bill, talk to your roofing contractors in Cheyenne WY about adding insulation to your roof space, or solar panels or solar hot water systems to your existing roof.

 

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