Reduce Noise in Your Home with New Siding

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Reduce Noise in Your Home with New Siding

Reduce Noise in Your Home with New Siding

How often do you think about the siding on your home? It provides a necessary barrier from the weather, plays a part in regulating the climate inside your home, and it adds a lot to the overall appearance of your home.

But that’s not all your siding does. It also helps control how quiet your home is by preventing outside noise from getting in.

Let’s take a look at siding basics, as well as the best types of siding for noise reduction and overall home protection.

The Importance of Siding

The siding on your home is a crucial piece of your home protection. It protects your home from harsh weather—like a Colorado hail storm—and keeps other threats like insects, moisture, and dirt at bay.

Why does my siding make noise?

Your siding can also play a part in managing the climate of your home. If you have old siding, you can upgrade to an energy-efficient option that handles temperature fluctuations better because it is insulated to do so. You may have noticed your siding making noise in cold weather, and that’s normal; it’s from the friction created when your building materials contract and expand with the changing temperatures.

Why should I have my siding inspected?

If your siding is installed improperly or unprofessionally, you risk major damage to your home. For example, if the siding pieces are misaligned, there could be vulnerable spots and openings where moisture or pests get through and damage your insulation and particle board. Similarly, hail storm damage to your siding can open you up to such vulnerabilities and increase the likelihood of noise penetrating your home.

For these reasons, you should schedule routine inspections of your siding and perform maintenance on it as needed.

Select Types of Siding Are Better for Noise Reduction Than Others

For the most part, there are three types of siding that actually help reduce outside sounds from entering your home. Here are three options of the best siding for noise reduction.

Insulated Vinyl Siding

There are many perks to insulated vinyl siding, including ease of installation, low required maintenance, and affordability. Another benefit is that insulated vinyl siding can reduce noise by up to 39% compared to a wall without it. The only potential drawback is that vinyl siding isn’t as durable as other types of siding.

Wood Siding

In addition to looking nice, wood siding is also a decent material for reducing noise pollution. It is naturally dense and porous, which helps prevent sound from penetrating into your home. One note on wood siding is that it can be expensive to install and routine maintenance is required to prevent rotting and other damage.

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding is manufactured to look like other types of siding (like vinyl or wood), and because it’s made of materials like wood, sand, and cement, it is dense and can help reduce noise pollution. Fiber cement siding is also highly durable, and as such, it can be a bit more expensive to install.

Your Windows Also Play a Part in Noise Reduction

Siding isn’t the only important component in keeping your home quiet and peaceful when it’s noisy outside. Your windows are also an important factor.

The age of your windows, location, materials, glass (single-pane or double-pane), and their condition all help determine how much noise comes through. For example, if you can feel a draft coming from any of your windows, you have a poor seal, which is leaving an opening that’s allowing sound to travel in and out.

Newer windows have better materials for preventing such drafts and noise to travel into your home. Here’s more information on how to know if you need to replace your windows, as well as a guide on selecting the right windows for your home.

We’ve Got You Covered

No matter what state your siding is in, we can help you make sure your home is ready for winter weather by completing a free, proper inspection.

We have the experience and knowledge you need to feel safe and confident that whatever Mother Nature throws at you, your family will be protected. We service homes and businesses throughout the Denver Metro, Front Range, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins areas, and we’re ready to help you.

Give us a call at 303-425-7531 or click here to get in touch online.

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A Homeowner’s Guide to Choosing Replacement Windows

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A Homeowner’s Guide to Choosing Replacement Windows

A Homeowner's Guide to Choosing Replacement Windows

Windows are a focal point of your home. More than that, they serve an important role in keeping your home at the right temperature and saving you money.

When it’s time to replace your windows, you need to know how to choose the best window replacement that both complements the look of your home and functions properly. The last thing you want is to waste your money on beautiful windows that either don’t open or aren’t energy efficient!

Here are some pointers on how to choose replacement windows for your home.

Reasons to Get New Windows

Typically, windows last somewhere between 15 and 30 years, depending on a number of factors including material, installation, proper use, the status of your home’s foundation, and more. You should consider a window replacement for the following common reasons:

  • Function Do your windows open and close properly?
  • Age Are your windows outdated or damaged?
  • Condition Do your windows have cracks or other damage?
  • Energy EfficiencyAre your windows allowing air in and out of your home while closed?

Improve Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Are you feeling a draft or extra chilly around your windows? Are you noticing a fog between your window’s glass panes? One of the most important factors for choosing lasting windows is energy efficiency. Your windows should help lower your energy costs—not increase them.

Replace Old and Damaged Windows

Your windows should keep out the weather. Leaks, damaged seals, and window cracks can all lead to rot and other issues including comfort and structural integrity. If your windows no longer provide a waterproof barrier between indoors and out, it’s time for replacement.

Quiet the Noise Outside 

Road, city or neighborhood noise may be a concern. While new windows might not be able to silence the outside noise completely, they can quiet down the sound. You might be surprised at how much quieter your home will be as a result.

Boost Your Curb Appeal

The look of your home is important, and you should bear in mind how different windows might impact how the exterior of your home looks after they’re installed. With all the types of windows available, you’re sure to find something that makes your home even more attractive than it already is. It’s also possible to improve your view by increasing the size of your current windows, or changing where your windows are located.

Return on Investment

Windows are one of the best upgrades that homeowners can do to boost their resale value when selling a home. Not every home improvement project offers a favorable return on investment, but window replacement does. Upon resale, homeowners typically recoup more than half of what they invest in the project. Be sure to check out available financing options from your local contractor.

Consider Functionality

Don’t limit yourself to replacing one type of window with the exact same thing. For example, if you have a gliding window (the kind that opens by sliding to the side) that’s difficult to open because of its location, you might consider a different type that opens an easier way. It shouldn’t be a chore to open and close the windows on your home.

Choose a Durable Option

Window materials are like roofing materials: there’s a variety of options to choose from. When looking into window replacement in Denver, make sure you go with an option that’s built to last…especially throughout the hail storms and other inclement weather we get in Colorado.

Research Product Warranties

Your new windows should come with a manufacturer’s warranty that protects them from damage and malfunction within a given period of time. Your windows could be protected anywhere from three to 15 years, depending on the style, materials, and manufacturer. 

Different Designs and Styles 

The number one priority for windows is function. However, that doesn’t mean that style and aesthetics aren’t important. Here’s a quick guide to some of the most popular window style options.

Double-hung windows are used most often in homes with classic traditional styling, though they are also found in traditional-modern homes. The classic rambler, farmhouse, and bungalow styles, for example, make extensive use of double-hung windows.

Single-hung windows are similar to double-hung windows in that they both have two separate, upper and lower sashes. The difference between the two is that the upper sash of a single-hung window is fixed in place, allowing only the lower sash to be operable.

Casement windows are those that crank open horizontally on hinges mounted on one side at the top and bottom. One side remains stationary, while the other side of the window pivots open like a door. They are very common windows, second only to double-hung windows in their popularity.

Awning windows operate in exactly the same way as casement windows—with mechanical cranks that open and close them. Awning windows, though, open from the bottom when cranked, with the top edge fixed in place while the bottom pivots outward and up.

Slider windows are mechanically quite simple, consisting of side-by-side windows that slide horizontally along the top and bottom tracks. In some styles, both windows slide, while in other styles, one window is fixed while the other moves side to side.

A fixed window refers to any window that uses a glass pane fixed within a window frame that does not open or close. The classic picture window is the most familiar example of a fixed window, but there are other types.

The terms roof window and skylight are sometimes used interchangeably, but traditionally, a skylight is defined as a fixed window installed in a roofline, while a roof window refers to a similar window that can be opened and closed to provide ventilation.

A bay or bow window refers to a combination of windows that together form a unit that extends outward from the wall surface of the house. These windows are called bay windows when the shape of the extension is more-or-less square, and are known as a bow window when the shape is more curved. 

Trust a Professional to Install Your Windows

If you’re ready to get started with your home window installation project, be sure to go with a trusted local contractor. J&K Roofing offers solutions for windows, roofing, siding and solar. We can help you make smart choices for your replacement windows. We also offer financing options.

Since 1984, we’ve been helping homeowners protect their homes from storm and  hail damage in Colorado—throughout the Denver Metro, Front Range, Colorado Springs, and Northern Colorado areas. Call 303-425-7531 or click here to get in touch.

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5 Signs that You’re Dealing with an Unprofessional Roofer

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5 Signs that You’re Dealing with an Unprofessional Roofer

5 Signs that You're Dealing with an Unprofessional Roofer

Your roof is your home’s first line of defense against inclement weather like strong hail events and wind storms. Because of this vital function it serves, you must make sure that your roof is in great condition year-round.

When you realize your roof needs some attention—be it a full roof replacement or repairing some damage—you can’t afford to go with a sub-par roofing company. Not all roofing companies are built the same, and unfortunately, there are a lot of roofing scams out there.

If you’re in the market for roofing work to be done on your house, you need to know how some roofers rip you off so you can steer clear of the bad companies and only work with the best.

Here are five signs that you’re dealing with an unprofessional roofer.

1.   They are unresponsive or slow to respond and don’t have a professional presence.

A characteristic trait of an unprofessional roofing contractor is being slow to respond—or not responding at all. Roofing projects can be complex, and as a result, homeowners can have a lot of questions about the work being done on their property. If your roofer is slow to get back to you when you reach out (or they don’t respond at all), they’re not demonstrating a very high level of professionalism.

If a roofer doesn’t have a website or any reviews or testimonials online, that’s a major red flag. Every contractor should have an online presence at this point, and be able to show customer reviews or provide references. A good roofing contractor will be delighted to show you their portfolio and prove their expertise to you. They should also be licensed and insured, so you are not liable for damages or incorrect work. Ask to see their licenses and insurance information.

2.   They don’t treat your property with respect.

It should go without saying that a guest on your property is expected to act respectfully toward you and your home. An unprofessional roofer might do the opposite by tossing your patio furniture around, leaving trash all over the place, driving onto your grass, etc. You shouldn’t have to deal with this kind of behavior or disrespect from a roofer!

One of the main jobs of a roofing contractor is protecting your property anytime they’re on your roof. To protect your property they’ll cover your attic, windows, landscaping, move anything on your patio, and stay on only paved surfaces. They will also clean up after the job and use a magnet to sweep for any nails that are on the ground.

3.   Their work appears sloppy or uneven and critical materials were left off.

Don’t settle for sloppy work. Roofs should have straight lines that look uniform throughout. If you notice that your roofing contractor’s work appears uneven or just looks bad (including things like mismatched shingles, missing shingles or crooked lines), they may not properly understand your roofing system. A professional roofer will take the time to inspect your current roof and create an effective strategy for completing any repairs that need to be addressed.

There are certain materials that need to be present with roofing. These include decking, flashing, underlayment, drip edges, ice and water shield, vents, ridge capping, boots and shingles or another roofing material. Cutting corners with materials are ways inexperienced contractors think they can save money. They may take advantage of your lack of knowledge.

Your roofing contractor should be a reliable, reputable contractor. You need to be 100% confident in your selection. Key items that show a lack of experience include an incorrect use of roofing nails and nail patterns, improper or missing started shingles, improper installation of underlayment, neglecting to look in your attic and review your ventilation, not planning for ice dams, ignoring product manufacturer’s guidelines and voiding your warranty, and not properly obtaining roof permits.

4.   They reuse old materials.

This is a classic sign of an unprofessional roofer. When they are repairing or replacing your old roof, they shouldn’t reuse existing materials that may be inferior in quality, damaged, or just old. This applies to things like your flashing, drip edges, underlayment, etc. In some cases, a contractor might offer you a price break to use “leftover” or discounted materials. These “special deals” rarely lead to a durable roof. For example, new drip edge flashing is needed anytime you are shingling your roof. It prevents many problems like leaks, decking decay, and keeps insects out of the attic.

You must have confidence that your roofer has the right materials—and the right knowledge—to get your job done professionally and to your satisfaction.

5.   Their business practices seem sketchy.

There are a number of roofing scams out there that you must be on the lookout for. Make sure your roofing contractor isn’t a storm chaser from out of state, they’re locally licensed and bonded, and they’re registered as a business in Colorado. Don’t fall for their pushy sales strategies or bold-face lies that they were sent by your insurance company without your prior knowledge. These are signs of a roofing scam!

A couple of other things to watch out for are roofers requiring full payment up front, no written contract is provided, high-pressure today-only sales tactics, mystery damage on your roof, and unexpectedly lower quotes.

Go With the Best Colorado Roofing Company

A professional roofer in Colorado is one who is knowledgeable, experienced, certified, and professional. Take time to find the best Colorado roofing company near you. You want a company that is going to be around and will stand behind the work they do.

J&K Roofing has completed over 50,000+ roofing and exterior projects throughout Colorado—specifically the Denver Metro, Front Range, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins areas—for almost 40 years. We’re certified and experienced in all roofing materials, and we will get your job done the right way.

Get in touch with us by calling 303-425-7531 or completing this online form. We can’t wait to hear from you and talk about your roofing needs!

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6 Signs You May Have Squirrels in Your Attic or Roof

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6 Signs You May Have Squirrels in Your Attic or Roof

6 Signs You May Have Squirrels in Your Attic or Roof

As winter approaches, it’s time to prepare your home for the cold season and all the moisture it brings. That includes ensuring your attic and roof are properly ventilated and in good shape to protect you from the elements. It’s also an excellent time to make sure no unwelcome visitors like squirrels have set up in your attic to weather the cold.

Squirrels can wreak havoc on your home if you’re not paying attention. They see your attic as a warm, secure place to rest and wait out winter; in doing so, they can create some terrible issues for you to deal with. They also like to store pine cones in opportune locations.

Read on for tips on where squirrels store food and how to know you have squirrels in your home.

Where Squirrels Store Pine Cones

Squirrels eat a variety of food including seeds, nuts, acorns, tree buds, leaves and parts of pine cones. Tree squirrels do not hibernate, so they need to collect and store as much food as they can for the cold winter months when food becomes scarce. Pine cones happen to be a choice food for squirrels as they enjoy the seeds and can gnaw on the pine cones to keep their front teeth short.

Squirrels store food where they find a good hiding place. They usually bury the pine cones or hide them in holes in trees, but they also see your roof as a storage location. Squirrels can shove pine cones under your roof ties and roofing material, causing cracked tiles and damage to your roof. In Littleton, Colorado, we found several hundred pinecones stored under a customer’s roof tile.

Why You Don’t Want Squirrels in Your Attic or Roof

How Do Squirrels Get Into Attics?

Squirrels use their sharp teeth to chew through tough materials. They can chew through both vulnerable materials like hail-damaged shingles, wood or siding, and they’re small enough to get through little openings you might not expect.

 However, squirrels can most often enter your attic through vents, fan openings, missing pieces of soffit and fascia, conduits where wiring and cables enter your home, etc. Checking all of these locations and more is one crucial reason why having an annual roof inspection is key to the health of your roof and home.

Why You Don’t Want Squirrels in Your Attic or Roof

Squirrels may be cute, but they can cause serious problems for you and your property. They’ve been known to chew on electrical wiring and create a fire hazard. It’s even estimated that damage caused by squirrels causes 20% of house fires in the United States.

Beyond the fire hazard, squirrels are also harmful to your roof for several reasons, including the noise, smell, and, most importantly: the damage they can cause to your home. Squirrels have large teeth and can chew through many types of material, which could create leaks or other serious problems for you.

How to Know if You Have Squirrels in Your Attic or Roof

1. You’ve seen more squirrels moving around your property.

If you’ve noticed more squirrel activity on your property, you may be at greater risk of squirrels making a home inside your attic or roof. They’re most active in the mornings and late afternoons and spend much time gathering food for winter, building their nests, and playing with each other. Cut down tree branches that overhang or are close to your home to deter easy access to your roof.

2. You notice the noise.

Squirrels make a distinct chirping noise to communicate with each other. You may not hear this sound, but you might listen to them moving up above as they build their nests and prepare for the cold season.

3. You start to smell something funny.

Squirrels don’t necessarily hibernate, but when the temperature drops, they spend most of their time in the nest they’ve made. They eat, sleep, and go to the bathroom in the same area, which creates a foul odor that you may be able to smell inside your house. Sadly, they may also die within your attic, which can smell as terrible as it sounds.

4. You spot nests in your attic or roof.

If you crawl up in your attic and notice little nests of twigs, leaves, trash, insulation, etc., you know you have a squirrel problem. They bring in many materials from the outside, but they’ll also use whatever soft material is available to them in your attic.

5. You see the mess they leave behind.

Because they spend so much time foraging and building their nests, squirrels are messy. You might be able to identify their presence based only on the various messes of acorns, bird seed, droppings, and whatever human-made materials they use to build their nests.

6. You have unexplained damage to your home.

Squirrels can cause some serious problems for you to deal with, including chewing through wires, insulation, and any other materials they find in your attic or roof. They’re capable of chewing through many materials, so be sure to have all areas of your roof and attic checked for squirrel damage to your attic or roof.

We Can Get Your Roof in Good Shape

If you experienced roof damage from squirrels or other animals, we’ve got you covered. Our experienced team will perform a professional inspection and give you a full report of the damage and what you need to do about it. J&K Roofing provides services to the Denver Metro, Front Range, Colorado Springs, and Northern Colorado regions.

Get in touch with us today by filling out the form on our website or calling 303-425-7531.

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Why Fall Is the Best Time of Year to Replace Your Roof

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Why Fall Is the Best Time of Year to Replace Your Roof

Why Fall Is the Best Time of Year to Replace Your Roof

Despite how durable and reliable your roofing materials are, the time will come when you need a complete roof replacement. After summer storms and high temperatures, and before winter snow and ice, autumn provides great temperatures for roof installation. You can get a good idea of your roof’s health by scheduling routine inspections, especially after hail storms.

When it comes time to start planning for your roof replacement you should know how different seasons affect your roof, the importance of regular roof inspections, and your good, better, best options for the best time to replace your roof.

1.   Best Time for a Roof Replacement: Fall

Fall is the best time to have your roof replaced. This is primarily due to the ideal autumn weather conditions in Colorado. With cooler temperatures and fewer storms compared to other parts of the year, your roofing materials have a chance to set properly before cooler temperatures roll in. At the same time, your roofer will be able to work better when it’s not excessively hot. Plus, the days are still long enough for contractors to work, meaning the entire duration of your project is shorter.

Another reason to take care of roof replacement in the fall is that once winter storms begin, water and moisture will find its way into any existing small holes, creating leaks and other issues. Add to that the weight of heavy snowfall or the danger of ice dams and you’ve got a recipe for disaster.

Having your roof replaced in the fall can also save on heating bills and keep your family cozy in winter. If your HVAC system is located in the attic, a new roof will help your system operate at peak effectiveness.

The only drawback to fall roof replacement is how busy the season can be. Since this season is highly sought after, finding appointment times in the fall can become tedious, so it is best to plan ahead and reach out to a local contractor to check their availability for a roof replacement near you in order to beat the rush.

2.   Good Time for a Roof Replacement: Spring

Replacing your roof during the spring, if and when temperatures begin warming up, is a good choice for many homeowners. The temperatures are not as extreme as either winter or summer, making roof replacement a great spring-cleaning milestone to complete.

Roofing damage caused during the colder months is often discovered during this time of year. It’s also when we advise you to schedule a routine roof inspection to ensure that your roof didn’t sustain any damage from heavy snowfall or winter storms. A roof inspection will make sure your roof is prepped and ready for spring and summer hail storms and that you don’t have any issues like broken shingles or sections with loose roofing nails.

Any quality roofing company should be able to adapt to spring weather changes, but it can be a busy time of year, so schedule early to get your roof replaced on time.

3.   Decent Time for a Roof Replacement: Summer

Summer is a busy time of year for roofing contractors, but it can be ideal for some homeowners who are open to roofers getting started early in the morning before temperatures rise.

The main drawbacks to having your roof replaced during summertime are what you’d expect: high temperatures mean shorter days for workers. Roofing is already a dangerous profession, and adding extreme heat can make it even more treacherous for contractors. Additionally, when rain or hail storms are passing through, there’s high demand for roof repairs and roof replacements.

4.   Okay Time for a Roof Replacement: Winter

Winter is a tricky time of year. Winter might seem like an odd time to replace your roof, and it can be a challenge for several reasons, like cold weather and snowfall. However, Colorado is known to get decent, sunny days throughout the wintertime.

This time of year can be great for many homeowners since it is usually a slower time for many roofing companies. This can create greater flexibility for appointment scheduling. However, depending on the weather, cold and freezing temperatures and snow can interrupt roof replacement projects or prevent sealants from setting. Extremely low temperatures can also cause roofing materials to become more susceptible to cracking.

We’re Ready When You’re Ready

With these pros and cons in mind for each season, the best time to replace your roof is before larger issues arise or become a bigger inconvenience for you, when you are available to meet with your local roofing company, and the experience of your roofing contractor.

J&K Roofing is an experienced roofing contractor. No matter the time of year—if you need a roof repair for replacement roof tiles or a total roof replacement—we’ve got you covered. We professionally handle your insurance claims and provide competitive financing options for out-of-pocket funded projects. We know Colorado weather and are ready to take on your project in the Denver Metro, Front Range, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and Northern Colorado areas.

Get in touch with us today to talk about your project! Call 303-425-7531 to adapt spring weather changes and get your roof replaced on time.

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Should You Repair or Replace Skylights?

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Should You Repair or Replace Skylights?

Should You Repair or Replace Skylights

If it’s time for a roof repair or a roof replacement on your home, you might also consider what other projects can be tackled at the same time. In particular, if your home has skylights installed, a roof repair is the perfect time to upgrade or repair your skylights.

Your decision to repair or replace a skylight hinges on a few factors:

  1. The age of your skylight — Skylights typically only last around 15 years, so if yours is close to 15 years old, it might be best to replace it rather than repair. Cracks, or discoloration, or issues with condensation, are also indicators that it might be time to look at a new skylight.
  2. Your skylight’s condition — Have an inspection performed to understand the full scope of work needed to get your skylight back in good shape. Leaks are typically due to issues with flashing around your skylight. Your roofing contractor should be able to give you some direction here.
  3. Improved energy efficiency. Older skylights aren’t as energy efficient. Newer models feature clean, quiet and safe glass with dual panes, and adhere to Energy Star’s guidelines, improving the thermal envelope of your home. With an airtight seal and proper installation, replacing a skylight while you replace your roof will help achieve balanced indoor temperature control.
  4. How much you’re looking to spend — Repairing a skylight by replacing the flashing can be cheaper than replacing it altogether. However, if your skylight is close to the 10-year-old mark, it might be worth spending a little more money to install a new one. The difference between the two tends to be only around $500.

When You Should Repair a Skylight

A number of factors could impact your decision to repair a skylight instead of replacing it, including:

Skylight Is New

If your skylight is relatively new and you haven’t had any serious problems up to this point, a repair may be the best option. This is especially true if you’re not having substantial work done to your roof. Check the warranty on your skylight, and call your roofing company to discuss repair options.

Small Leak/Minor Repair

If the damage you’ve assessed is a relatively minor issue, you may want to start with a repair before a total replacement. An example is a small leak you’ve noticed that started after a strong hail storm. This could indicate damage to your flashing. Flashing protects your roof and home beneath from structural issues like rust, corrosion and mold growth.

Tight Budget

While the cost difference between repairing and replacing a skylight is modest at around $500, a tight budget could be what determines your path forward. Start by talking with your roofing contractor to see what they recommend, and then you can have an idea of an estimated cost. If your roof is also damaged and you are deciding whether or not you should file a claim with your homeowner’s insurance, also include any storm damage to your skylights.

When You Should Replace a Skylight

Sometimes your best option is to fully replace a skylight, especially if any of these factors apply:

You Need a Total Roof Replacement

A total roof replacement is the perfect time to replace your skylights. Replacing your skylights when you replace your roofing system is the most convenient and affordable time to do so. It is actually cheaper than a normal skylight replacement because the job has an easier install process when the roof deck is completely open. This is also a cost-effective strategy, depending on what kind of roof you have and its condition.

Skylight Is Old

If your skylight is 10+ years old, you might want to replace it even if you don’t notice any damage. Keep in mind that a failing skylight can leak and increase humidity in your home which can allow mold to form. These windows on your roof are not intended to last forever, so your best bet might be to install a new one before any serious damage occurs.

Large Leaks/Major Damage

It might be easy to identify if your skylight has a major leak, which is a sure sign that it needs repair or replacement. You might also notice a crack in the glass, the seals may have rotted, or your flashing may be damaged or missing. These examples of damage could be minor or major, but you won’t know until you’ve had your skylight inspected.

J&K Roofing Has You Covered

The decision to repair or replace your skylight(s) is mainly up to you, but remember to factor in your skylight’s age, condition, and your budget. And above all else, make sure you talk with a professional who has had a chance to look at your roof before you make a decision!

Contact the J&K Roofing team today to set up a free inspection and get the info you need to make the right decision for your home. Call 303-425-7531 or click here to get started.

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