How to Reclaim Your Shingles

How to Reclaim Your Shingles

Have you ever glanced up at your roof and noticed something seemed… off? Maybe some tiles are missing, or others have seen better days, showing signs of aging, cracking or fading. It’s not just about curb appeal; it’s about protecting your home. Don’t worry, though—Maupin Roofing is here to guide you through reclaiming your shingles and ensuring your house and roof is in tip-top shape. Let’s dive in.

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When the Wind Blows: Replacing Missing Shingles

Wind, that unpredictable force of nature, has a knack for testing the limits of our roofs. If you’ve found shingles in your yard after a storm, you’re not alone. It’s crucial to replace these blown-off shingles quickly to prevent water damage to your home’s interior. At Maupin Roofing, we understand the urgency and are ready to help you with prompt, efficient shingle replacement.

Asphalt shingle recycling

Cracks in the Armor: Repairing Damaged Shingles

Not all heroes wear capes, and not all damaged roofs and shingles need to be replaced. Sometimes, a repair is all that’s needed to extend the life of your roof. Cracked shingles can be sealed and secured, warding off potential leaks. We’ll assess the damage and advise you on the best course of action—because we’re here to save the day (and your wallet).

Recycled Shingles to replace brittle shingles

Time and Tide: The Lifecycle of Your Roof Shingles

Ever wonder how often you should replace your roof shingles? It’s a great question. The lifespan of materials on your roof depends on various factors, including material and weather conditions. Generally, asphalt shingles—the most common type—can last about 20 to 30 years. We can help you gauge the health of elements ofyour roof and plan for the future, ensuring you’re never caught off guard.

Discoloration of asphalt shingles on roof

Blown Away: Navigating Insurance for Wind Damage

The question of whether wind damage is covered by insurance can feel like navigating a labyrinth. The short answer: it usually is, but policies vary. We’re experienced in working with insurance companies and can help guide you through the process, making sure you get the coverage you deserve.

Greener Shingles Rejuvenator will restore and preserve your Asphalt shingles

A New Lease: Roof Rejuvenation

Roof looking a bit tired? Before you begin to consider a full replacement, let’s talk about roof rejuvenation. This process can significantly extend the lifespan of your asphalt tiles and shingle roof, improving its appearance and functionality without the cost of a new roof. We use industry-backed products to bring your shingles and tiles back to life, ensuring they protect your home for years to come.

New asphalt roof

The Right Stuff: Choosing and Applying Rejuvenation Products

Selecting the right rejuvenation product is crucial, and application is an art form. From mixing the product to applying it evenly across your roof, every step matters. Our experts at Maupin Roofing are equipped with the knowledge, materials and tools to rejuvenate and restore your roof effectively, giving it that brand-new shine and resilience.

Deterioration of asphalt roof

When Nature Calls: Reasons That a Roof Shingle May Be Blown Off

It’s not just about the wind. Several factors can make your roof vulnerable to losing shingles. Age, improper installation, and exposure to wear and tear over time can weaken wood and metal shingles, making them less resistant to the forces of nature. Understanding these factors helps us target the root of the problem, ensuring a long-lasting solution.

Natures environmental impact on roof

Time Tells: How Often Should You Replace Your Roof Shingles?

Like everything under the sun, asphalt roof shingles have their own lifecycle. Most asphalt shingles boast a lifespan of 20 to 30 years, but this can vary based on weather conditions, maintenance, and material quality. Keeping an eye on your roof’s age helps you plan ahead for when you need a new roof, ensuring your home remains protected year-round.

A Stitch in Time: Steps to Replacing a Blown Off Roof Shingle

  1. Safety First: Before attempting any repairs, ensure you have the proper safety gear and knowledge. If in doubt, calling in professionals like us is your safest bet.

  2. Match and Gather: Find a shingle that matches your current roof. You’ll also need roofing nails and roofing cement.

  3. Remove Damaged Shingles: Carefully lift the edges of the surrounding shingles and remove the nails holding the damaged piece.

  4. Slide in the New Shingle: Place the new shingle into the gap, securing it with roofing nails. Be sure to nail down the surrounding shingles as well.

  5. Seal the Deal: Apply a small amount of roofing cement under the lifted edges of the surrounding shingles to ensure everything stays in place.

Rain slipway on roof

Blown Away: Navigating Insurance for Wind Damage

Worried about wind damage? Most homeowners’ insurance policies cover it, but it’s crucial to understand your policy’s specifics. Maupin Roofing can help you through the homeowners’ insurance claim process, ensuring you receive the coverage you deserve.

A New Lease on Life: Roof Rejuvenation

Considering a new roof? Hold that thought. our Roofer rejuvenation might be the refresh your shingles need, extending their lifespan without the hefty price tag. We use top-notch products to revitalize your roof, making it as good as with new shingles.

Roofer rejuvenation on shingles

Here for You: Your Professionals in Roof Repair in Oklahoma City

Whether it’s repairing a few cracked shingles on asphalt roofs, navigating insurance claims, or giving your roof a complete rejuvenation, Maupin Roofing is here for you. Based in OK, we’re your local roofing experts, dedicated to protecting your home and enhancing its beauty. Don’t hesitate to reach out; we’re ready to help you reclaim your shingles and ensure your roof stands the test of time.

How to Reclaim Your Shingles
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How to Reclaim Your Shingles

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