High Wind Rated Shingles
Brian Sikes Roofing are the experts to call if you’re considering high wind rated shingles. We’ve all seen the devastation in recent years from hurricanes hitting our part of the state. Your roof is your homes first line of defense against severe damage caused by high winds and driving rain. If it’s time to replace your roof, and you live in an area prone to harsh weather, high wind rated shingles may be your best choice when replacing your roof. While choosing the right materials for your area, it’s just as important to choose the right roofing company. Brian Sikes Roofing offers shingle systems rates as high as 130 MPH. We also understand there’s more to making your home and roof weather resistant than just a higher rated shingle. From standard 3-Tab shingles, architectural shingles, to 130 MPH Wind Rated Shingles, Brian Sikes Roofing has the proper shingle solution for your roof type. If it’s time to replace your roof, and you’re considering high wind rated shingles, call or contact us today
Did your home lose shingles during the last storm? Are you worried that your shingles won’t make it through the next storm?
Are the shingles of your home suitable for the area that you live in?
When choosing your shingles, it’s important to note that shingles that would be acceptable for more inland construction may not be suited for high wind areas. The experts at Brian Sikes Roofing have years of roofing experience. We will assess your homes construction and roof type and recommend the best possible shingle solution for your area and home. For 3 generationsw we have helped thousands of area homeowners, businesses, and property managers with all their roofing needs.
Why Do Roofs Come Apart in Severe Storms?
There are essentially two key components/barriers that effect the integrity of your roof. First, the shingles themselves, and beneath that the sheathing. With shingles of different wind ratings, the primary difference is the thickness of the mat, adhesives, asphalt and modifiers added for flexibility, longevity and strength. The sheathing is attached to the homes rafters and functions as the top layer. In high winds that sheathing can be lifted by uplifting winds pressure that separates the sheathing from the frame. The expert roofers at Brian Sikes Roofing use only the most proven and tested techniques for securing the sheathing to the frame. This includes the use of thicker exterior plywood, high wind rated metal straps, and 8d ring shank nails which are extremely hard to pull from wood.
Why Choose Brian Sikes Roofing?
Brian Sikes Roofing understands that your home or business is your most valuable possession. Choosing the right roofer is an important decision for any homeowner. Since 2003 we have assisted thousands of homeowners and businesses throughout Central Florida and the surrounding areas make informed decisions about their roofing needs. Brian Sikes Roofing has the experience and expertise to solve almost any roofing problem you might have. Call or contact us today to schedule your free consultation and estimate.
Brian went the extra mile to get us in before our insurance was terminated. His crew were polite and our roof was done as promised in 3 days. Mark addressed and resolved any concerns we had immediately. Found some small metal/nails after completion but very few. Roof looks great. Inspector commented on excellent work. Would definitely recommend.
When Experience & Dedication Matter, Choose Brian Sikes Roofing
- 100% Customer Satisfaction
- All Types of Roofs
- Free Written Estimates
- Family Owned & Operated
- Specialty Roofing Services
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- 3rd Generation Roofing Company
- No Deposit Required
- No Subcontractors
- References Available
- Residential & Commercial
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- Roof Inspections
- Soffit & Fascia Repairs
Brian Sikes Roofing Inc. Proudly Offers Services in the Following Areas:
Alafaya – Apopka – Clarcona – Maitland – Orlando – Rio Pinar – Winter Park – Zellwood
Daytona – DeBary – Deland – Deltona – Edgewater – Orange City – Osteen – Port Orange – New Smyrna