Queen City Roofing LLC
Serving all of Southern NH
 (603) 289-HOME (4663)
We want to be Your Roofing Contractor

Welcome to Queen City Roofing

Q: How do I know if I need a New Roof ?

The following are some things that may indicate a need for a Roof Replacement

Leaks in the Attic after Heavy Rain Storms or Stains on your Interior Walls or Ceilings

Look for Missing Shingles        ****  Curling Shingles ****       Black Splotches - Granular Loss


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Q: What are my options if I decide to reroof?

A: You have two basic options.  You can choose a complete replacement of the roof system, involving tearing off the old system, or you can do a reroof over the existing roof, involving going over the already existing roof.  If you have already had one reroof (second layer) then you can not go over the existing roof.

Q: How much does it cost to replace a roof ?

 There is no simple answer to how much the bottom line will be for your roofing project. A bid from your contractor should be based on square footage, the pitch of roof, accessibility, type of roofing material needed, 1- or 2-story home, removal of old roof (if necessary), roof permit and city license, and labor. The average cost to replace a roof runs from approximately $2.000.00 to $12,000.00 depending on the size of the roof and the quality of the workmanship and materials

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Q: Should I have my chimney looked at before I have roof work done?

A: If the chimney requires any maintenance or repair, the best time to work on it is before a new roof is installed. Coordinate the chimney mason with the roofing contractor and yourself to make sure all chimney flashing and chimney repairs are completed properly before the new roof is installed.

Q: How Often Should I Cean My Gutters ?

Gutters Should Be Cleaned at Least Twice a Year, Once in the Spring and Fall Months. If you have many trees in the area of your home you should clean them 3 to 4 times a year.

Q: Should I worry about ice dams?

  Ice dams occur when snow or ice on the roof melts and flows to the bottom of the roof. It then refreezes and causes the water behind it to build up. This water then will often find a way into your home underneath shingles and in tiny cracks. This can lead to extensive interior water damage. You should be concerned about ice dams if you have a roof in a colder climate with a very low pitch or have an older poorly insulated home. If you think you may have a problem, give us a call for a Free No Obligation estimate and to discuss how Ice & Water Protection can be added.

Hopefully your questions have been answered. If you still have more questions, please feel free to call us for a Free Consultation at (603) 289-HOME (4663)   or  Click Here for Your FREE Roof Inspection & Consultation