Residential Roofing

Residential Roofing

Roof Inspection

More often than not, it can be hard to determine when you need a roof replacement. Sometimes it only becomes apparent after a big storm or when you notice a leak. We at Moss Roofing know what to look for. Let our experienced Project Managers inspect your roof for damage and give you the insight to make an informed decision.

Roofing Materials

Moss Roofing only uses top-brand shingles from manufacturers like GAF and Owens Corning. Not all shingles are equal, and we take pride in using quality shingles. In addition to quality shingles, Moss Roofing uses Ice & Water Shield at all gutter lines to provide an extra layer of defense against ice damming problems in the winter, as well as upgraded synthetic felt at not additional cost.

Roof Ventilation

Roof ventilation is one of the most critical components of your home’s roof. Choosing the right system is a very important part of your roof replacement. Without the proper ventilation you decrease the longevity of the life of your shingle and cause additional moisture issues within your home. Also the shingle manufacturer’s warranty may be voided. Ask our Project Managers about the right ventilation for your project.

Communication

During every phase of work, Moss Roofing will keep you up to date on the progress. You will be informed when materials are to be delivered and when crews will be working on your project. You will know what’s going on at all times. No surprises!

Clean Up

Moss Roofing only uses dump trailers for debris removal instead of a heavy dumpster that may damage your driveway. All trash and debris are picked up daily, and recycled whenever possible. Tarps are placed for landscape protection and industrial ground magnets are used to insure the removal of nails.

Insurance Claims

Storm damage in Indianapolis and the surrounding counties is one of the most common reasons people contact us. You benefit from our team’s experience as previous insurance adjusters who can assist you throughout the insurance process. Most importantly, we’ll be working for you, NOT the insurance company. Learn more about the insurance claims process.

More Than Just Shingles

A roof is actually a series of installations that work together to keep your home free of the outside elements. Learn more below:

  1. Shingles: first layer of defense against the weather
  2. Decking: nailable surface for the shingles
  3. Underlayment: moisture barrier
  4. Ice and Water shield: an extra layer of protection in high water flow/ice damming areas.
  5. Ventilation: maintains proper air flow within the attic.
  6. Flashing: designed to keep water out around chimneys and walls.
  7. Insulation: (not pictured) helps maintain comfortable temperature inside home.

Roof Diagram

Indiana Roofing Contractors Association