Frequently Asked Questions
Is metal roofing louder than asphalt shingle roofing?
No, metal roofing is not louder than asphalt shingle roofing. In fact, metal roofing is one of the quietest roofing materials available on the market.
How do you file an insurance claim?
To file a roofing insurance claim, you need to contact your insurance company and provide them with details about the damage. The next step is to schedule an inspection with your insurance company in order to assess the damage and determine if your claim is valid.
What happens if I have rotten wood?
If you have rotten wood, it means that the wood is no longer structurally sound. This can be a problem, especially if the rotten wood is part of a load-bearing structure. Rotten wood is weak and can easily crumble, so it needs to be repaired or replaced as soon as possible.
I live on a busy street, can siding help with noise reduction?
Siding can help with noise reduction to a certain extent. It can act as a barrier between the noise source and your home, but it will not completely eliminate noise. You may want to consider other noise reduction methods such as insulation or soundproofing if you are concerned about noise.
How do I know when it’s time to replace my siding?
Your siding may need to be replaced if you see cracks, holes, or other damage. You may also want to consider replacing your siding if it is outdated or if you want to change the look of your home. If you’re still unsure if you need siding replacement or just a repair, call Eads Roofing!