If you need to install a new roof, then you’ve likely considered various options available to you. Today, metal roofs are all the rage. They can be visually appealing and practical, and they can withstand harsh weather better than many other types of roofing. But how much does a metal roof cost?
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A Closer Look at Metal Roofing
If you need to replace an existing roof or install a new one, you may want to consider a metal roof. But before you buy, plan to do some research and weigh the pros and cons of metal roofing versus other roofing materials.
In this post, our trusted roofing experts at Nelson Contracting in Lincoln, NE, break down some metal roofing pros and cons to help you decide whether metal roofing meets the needs of your home. If you still need help or are ready to start with new metal roofing installation, call our team at (402) 464-2418. Read more
A good roof protects a home’s inhabitants from the fiercest storms and the most sweltering heat. Replacing a roof is a big investment, but it’s also an opportunity to make an important choice: asphalt or metal roofing?
Nelson Contracting has been installing, repairing, and replacing roofs in Lincoln, NE, for over 20 years. Our experts know all the pros and cons of each material, and they’re standing by to discuss them with you at (402) 464-2418. Meanwhile, here is a comparison to help you understand some of the differences between asphalt vs. metal roof materials. Read more
For the right materials to make your roof fire-resistant, the Nelson Contracting team in Lincoln, NE, can get you started.
Your roof has all the conditions for a fire to break out and spread quickly, making it a dangerous hotspot. Luckily, there are ways you can ensure a fire-resistant roof by using the proper fireproofing material. Three classes measure fire resistance level: Class A, which means it takes the roof about two or more hours to ignite; Class B, about one hour; and Class C, around 20 minutes. Read more
A Closer Look at Composition Roofing
If you are researching roofing materials for a roof replacement or new home construction, you have likely heard the term “composite.” But what is a composition roof?
In this post, the trusted roofers at Nelson Contracting, breaks down composition roofing to help you better understand this common material. If you still need assistance or are ready to start with your new composition roof installation, call us at (402) 464-2418. Read more
Should I Repair or Replace My Slate Roof
Slate roofs are beautiful and will last a long time, but they will eventually need replacement. Some damage may only require slate roof repair to keep the structure’s optimal condition for years to come. If you have a slate roof, consider the helpful guide below to learn when you should repair or replace your slate roof. Read more
Roof Moss Is Not Your Friend
Some homeowners think patches of vibrant green moss on their roof is appealing. The bright color may complement the style of the house, giving it a warm and cozy aesthetic. Moss growing on roofs is worrisome, however, and it will need prompt removal. Read more
A Closer Look At Asphalt Roofing Shingles
Your roof plays a crucial role in your home’s construction. It offers protection against the elements, and it enhances the appearance of the house’s exterior.
Asphalt roofing, is a popular residential option in Lincoln, Nebraska. If you intend to install or replace your roof with asphalt shingles, consider the guide below to learn more about this exceptional material, and call our professional Nelson Contracting roofers at (402) 464-2418 to schedule your roof replacement. Read more
What Color Roof is Best for Brick Homes?
When it’s time to replace the roof on your brick house, you’ll need to consider everything from the type of shingles you want to the quality of the materials you will need. You will also need to think about which roof color will work best for your home, but determining a palette for a brick house can be challenging. Read more