Shingles Lifetime Roofing Company

Shingles Lifetime Roofing Company

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingle roofs are the most common type of roofing because they are cost-effective and relatively simple to install. All of our asphalt shingles are backed by a 10-year labor warranty and are installed by our team of experienced professionals.

At Lifetime Roofing Company, we proudly use and stand behind Owens Corning shingles and roofing materials. Owens Corning was one of the first manufacturers of fiberglass and holds the earliest patent for fiberglass asphalt shingles, not to mention just about everybody has eaten grandmas casserole or cobbler from a CorningWare dish,  also patented by Owens Corning over 75 years ago. When Lifetime Roofing Company installs an Owens Corning roof for one of its customers, everybody sleeps better at night with the Owens Corning quality and brand backing it up.

Lifetime Roofing Company suggests three lines of Owens Corning roofing: 25-Year Supreme AR, 30-year Oakridge, and the premium 30-year Duration with our most popular being the Oakridge an architectural shingle.

For more information about the different types of shingles we offer, feel free to visit to learn more.

Our installation process is simple, we tear off the old roof and tar paper, carefully inspect the plywood decking for damage, inspect and replace metal flashing around roof openings as needed, install a metal drip edge, put down tar paper, carefully install the shingles, and finally, we inspect or install a roof vent (also known as a ridge vent).

If you would like to see our professionals in action, see the video on our about page or on YouTube .

Click on each of the titles below to learn more about that step.

Tearing off of the old roof and tar paper

Cleanliness is our number one priority. Our installers first place tarp around the house to catch any debris that may fall off the house, including shingles, leaves, pine needles, and most importantly nails.

We remove all of the old shingles, being careful not to damage the plywood and existing roof structures. We are especially careful to make sure that each nail is collected so they cannot cause a hazard to your children, pets, or lawn mower. After we have removed the shingles and tar paper, we go over the roof and yard with a high-powered magnet to ensure that we have collected all of the old nails.

Inspecting the plywood

Once the old roof is removed and all of the nails are collected, we carefully inspect the plywood for rot, de-lamination, and other issues that may cause a threat to your home. Even with the most expensive asphalt shingle and the thickest tar paper available, damaged plywood can still allow rainwater to enter your home. This means mold, rot, and a decreased value of your home. Catching a problem early can prevent this from happening, and if you suspect that the plywood under your shingles may be damaged, have one our seasoned professionals inspect your home.

Shingles Lifetime Roofing Company

Metal flashing inspection

Tar papering your roof

Under-guard installation

Shingle installation

Now, our installers hand-nail each shingle to ensure proper installation. Many people ask why we do not use nail guns the answer is simple: if nail gun pressures are not constantly maintained, nail guns on the first two firings can shoot the nail all the way through the shingle, voiding any wind protection warranties the manufacturer may offer. You can rest easily knowing that each shingle is hand-nailed and properly installed.

Ridge vent installation/final inspection

After the work is done, Lifetime Roofing Company does a thorough inspection of the roof and your property. We do a visual inspection of the work to make sure that it was done properly. Then, we make sure that all trash and debris is removed from your lawn and disposed of properly. Our installers are very careful not to damage any plants or other landscaping.

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