Why McDaniel Roofing
McDaniel Roofing is a full service roofing company serving the Industrial, Commercial and Residential roofing markets in central Mississippi since 1987. We are licensed, bonded and insured. We have references for our new clients to call to ensure they are making the correct choice in a roofing contractor. We will be here after the storm to ensure that your warranty is met and any problems resolved. Don’t risk your roofing needs to just anyone.
“We will work with all major insurance providers. Please ask your local adjuster or real-estate agent about our credentials.”
YOU HAVE OUR FULL ATTENTION: Knowing that no two customers are alike, we pride ourselves on giving you and your project the individual attention you deserve. We’ll discuss your needs, timing and budget at your place or ours or anywhere in between.
SITE SURVEY: We’ll meet you at your property or handle it alone. Our thorough field survey –sure to impress –lays the foundation for a clear, concise recommendation.
PROPOSAL: If you don’t have a scope of work, we can put you at ease with a custom, conservative-in-design recommendation based on our thirty years of roofing experience and our best-in-the-industry Site Survey process. We can guide you through the process with education and explanation, or you can give us the scope of work including the brand of roofing system and specifics you would prefer.
PRE CONSTRUCTION MEETING: We will set up a Meeting at the property site so you can, ask any final questions, understand our safety setup and work process and confirm timelines. We take the time to build trust, comfort, and understanding because starting things well is the best way to make sure that things end well.
STATUS: Communication is integral to the process, so we communicate the Status of your project on a regular basis. We guarantee consistent peace of mind.
WALK-THRU: We invite you to walk the completed roof. We want you to feel completely satisfied with the job, and to see first-hand that you made the right decision to work with McDaniel Roofing.
Composition (asphalt shingles) Today the most popular choice for material for roof shingles is the composition roof shingle, especially if you can’t afford the high cost of clay tile or slate roofs. Higher-quality versions made from asphalt or fiberglass shingles offer a more durable option and may be available with recycled content. The advantage of these roof shingles is that they are quite pocket friendly. Apart from this, they are also available in a wide variety of styles and colors and thus you have a lot of options to choose from. They are relatively easy to install, and in some applications can be nailed in place over an existing roof. They require low maintenance and can be walked on without damaging the material. Most brands offer Class A fire protection. In other word, composition shingles have excellent fire resistant properties.
Metal Roofing (steel, aluminum, tin, copper) Metal roofs are coming back into style. In the late 1700s, zinc, copper, and lead were the most popular materials used for roofing – such famous historic buildings as the Washington Monument and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello have metal roofs. They lasted for decades, but are extremely expensive to build. Today, we see Galvanized or Galvalume Steel roofs. Galvanized is the most popular, and Galvalume is used in the South where hurricanes are common.
Replacing a new roof is something most homeowners do only a few times in their lives. Do it right, and you will add decades of beauty, comfort and energy efficiency to your home. If done wrong, you may end up multiplying your initial investment in repeated repair costs. Choosing the right contractor may be the most important thing you do.
TERMS YOU SHOULD KNOW:
Deck/sheathing: The surface, usually plywood or oriented strand board (OSB), to which roofing materials are applied.
Drip edge: An L-shaped strip (usually metal) installed along roof edges to allow water run off to drip clear of the deck, eaves and siding.
Eave: The horizontal lower edge of a sloped roof.
Fascia: A flat board, band or face located at a cornice’s outer edge.
Felt/underlayment: A sheet of asphalt-saturated material (often called tar paper) used as a secondary layer of protection for the roof deck.
Flashing: Pieces of metal used to prevent the seepage of water around any intersection or projection in a roof system, such as vent pipes, chimneys, valleys and joints at vertical walls.
Oriented strand board (OSB): Roof deck panels (4 by 8 feet) made of narrow bits of wood, installed lengthwise and crosswise in layers, and held together with a resin glue. OSB often is used as a substitute for plywood sheets.
Penetrations: Vents, pipes, stacks, chimneys-anything that penetrates a roof deck.
WHY CHOOSE US?
YOU HAVE OUR FULL ATTENTION:
Knowing that no two customers are alike, we pride ourselves on giving youand your project the individual attention you deserve. We’ll discuss your needs, timing and budget at your place or ours or anywhere inbetween
We’ll meet you at your property or handle it alone. Our thorough field survey –sure to impress –lays the foundation for a clear, concise recommendation.
We invite you to walk the completed roof. We want you to feel completely satisfied with the job, and to see first-hand that you made the right decision to work with McDaniel Roofing.
If you don’t have a scope of work, we can put you at ease with a custom, conservative-in-design recommendation based on our thirty years of roofing experience and our best-in-the-industry Site Survey process.