Dallas Residential Roofer
When your home needs to be re-roofed it is important that you choose the Dallas Residential Roofer with a proven track record in all roofing services. A roofing company who are expert in all roofing applications and with a strong reputation.
Alpine Roofing Construction is a locally owned Residential and Commercial Roofing company with 17 years of award winning experience. We take pride in our outstanding customer service record and stand by our workmanship. When your home is re-roofed by Alpine Roofing Construction you have the piece of mind that long after we have completed your roofing project we will be here to support you, standing by our work and standing by you. We are not a seasonal roofing company who come into town following the storms, here today gone tomorrow. We are your Dallas Residential Roofing Company who are here to stay, Texas strong and Texas proud.
In this recent roofing project, the roof had been impacted by heavy hail. Hail is the number one cause of roofing damage. Not only was the roof damaged but the hail also damaged the guttering which Alpine Roofing Construction the leading Dallas Residential Roofer also replaced as part of this roofing project. We are a full-service roofing and construction company so when you get an Alpine Roof from your Dallas Residential Roofer we have the construction experience to handle any other property renovation or restoration that needs to be done.
Alpine Roofing Construction your Dallas Residential Roofer recommend a Class 4 shingle if you need to have your home re-roofed. One such shingle is the CertainTeed IR shingle. CertainTeed’s line of impact-resistant products ensures peace of mind—and unflappable protection—even during the harshest conditions. Built from the industry’s toughest materials, our impact resistant shingles defend against updrafts, crosswinds and all manner of gusty, blustery weather.
- Each shingle in the CertainTeet IR range is made from materials that have achieved the highest impact resistance rating—Class 4—during testing performed with steel balls simulating 90-mph hailstones of varying sizes.
- The test evaluates the effect of impact from the steel ball at locations on the assembly selected to be most vulnerable, including the edges, corners, unsupported sections, and joints.
- Steel balls are dropped from heights of 12 feet for a 1.25-inch ball, to 20 feet for a 2-inch ball, simulating the impact energy of free-falling hailstones. Our impact resistant shingles remained intact, even when struck by the 2-inch steel ball.
- To meet the acceptance criteria of UL 2218, the roof covering material exposed surface, a back surface and underneath layers must show no evidence of tearing, fracturing, cracking, splitting, rupture, crazing or other evidence of opening of the roof covering layer.
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When you need a Dallas Residential Roofer call the team at Alpine Roofing Construction for a roofing consultation.