DryHome Roofing & Siding is fully licensed, bonded and insured. We have been in business since 1988 and are proud of our achievements and level of success. We know that the only measure of our success is the satisfaction of our customers. Satisfaction is our primary goal, and over the years we have done a great job of achieving it. We are committed and determined to providing our customers with quality work, while promoting an honest and reliable service. Our customers are secure and confident choosing DryHome to protect their valuable investment. It is our pleasure to provide you with a reference list of customers in your area and copies of our insurance and licenses so that you too will be assured that DryHome is the best possible choice.
A new roof system is a big investment, and you should get a quality roof system at a fair price from a professional roofing contractor. No matter what your roof type, from flat to steep, we have a solution for you.
Call us for all of your roofing needs, including:
- Residential Re-roofing
- Roof Replacement with 3-tab Shingles
- Architectural Shingle Roofs
- Cedar Shake Roof
- Roofing Inspection
- Storm Damage Repairs
- Structural Repair Specialists
- New Construction
- Ventilation Upgrades
- No Job Too Small
We Specialize in Insurance Claims – we work with all insurance companies and we are a preferred contractor with USSA, State Farm and AMICA
- Excellent product and work Team. We were kept informed throughout the entire process.Steven McGill
- Product and service -- very satisfactory.alicia agnese
- Replaced skylight is terrific. We had a custom skylight so it took a couple months to get the new skylight ordered . Service was terrific!Mary S
- OkSudi Sankavaram
- Great work, reliable service!Wei Li Fang
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There Are a Number of Things to Consider When Selecting a New Roof
The following information is provided by the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) as part of their ongoing effort to educate home and building owners about roofing and roofing contractors. Hopefully, this information will make you a more knowledgeable consumer and, when the time comes, a smart roof system buyer.
All steep-slope roof systems have five basic components: roof covering, sheathing, roof structure, flashing and drainage.
There are a number of things to consider when selecting a new roof system. Cost and durability head the list, but aesthetics and architectural style are important, too. The right roof system for your home or building is one that balances these considerations. The most commonly used roofing products for steep-slope structures are: asphalt shingles, wood shingles and shakes, tile, slate, metal and synthetic roofing products. Before making a buying decision, NRCA recommends that you look at full-size samples of a proposed product, as well as manufacturers’ brochures. It also is a good idea to visit a building that is roofed with a particular product.
One of the most critical factors in roof system durability is proper ventilation. Without it, heat and moisture build up in an attic area and combine to cause rafters and sheathing to rot, shingles to buckle, and insulation to lose its effectiveness.
Therefore, it is important never to block off sources of roof ventilation, such as louvers, ridge vents or soffit vents, even in winter. Proper attic ventilation will help prevent structural damage caused by moisture, increase roofing material life, reduce energy consumption and enhance the comfort level of the rooms below the attic.
A roof system’s performance is affected by numerous factors, including sun, rain, wind, snow and ice, condensation, moss and algae, trees and leaves, missing or torn shingles, shingle deterioration and flashing deterioration.