As a roofing company in Columbus, Ohio, Wingler Construction & Remodeling knows having a high-quality roof on your home is very important, especially with the crazy Ohio weather. From high winds and hail storms to freezing rain and heavy snowfall, you never know what Mother Nature has in store for us on any given day.
Don’t jeopardize your family's safety or comfort. Our professional roofers can give you a strong, reliable roof that will protect your home and your family from the elements. We’ve been in the roofing business for several decades serving the central Ohio area, so you can feel comfortable making us your first choice when you need a new roof.
Our goal is to provide you with top-quality roofing products at an affordable price, that’s why we only use GAF® roofing materials. GAF has been in business since 1886 and is North America’s largest manufacturer of residential roofing products.
Here are four reasons to hire Wingler Construction & Remodeling for your new roof:
A GAF roof installed by Wingler Construction provides the rugged and dependable performance that homeowners need with the attractive look they want. Timberline® Shingles are the #1 selling shingle brand in North America, rated #1 for quality by contractors and home builders.
GAF has been making roofing products for over 125 years and have manufacturing locations across North America. Their products have appeared on home improvement networks like HGTV and in home and garden publications.
GAF offers environmentally friendly roofing products for residential and commercial properties. Examples include products made with recycled materials, reflective or "cool" roofing, re-cover roofing (reduces landfill waste), garden roofing, and solar roofing products.
GAF incorporates sustainable practices into their manufacturing process by recycling shingle waste and adopting a “zero-waste-to-landfill” policy.
Getting a new roof shouldn’t be a frustrating experience. Our professional roofing contractors can install a new roofing system that gives you reliable watertight protection for your home along with industry-leading warranties.
For a local roofing contractor in Columbus, Ohio, contact Wingler Construction & Remodeling. A new roof will protect your home and improve its curb appeal. Call (614) 235-5000.
How do you know when it’s time to replace your roof? If you wait until it’s too late, you may need to pay for costly emergency repairs. By regularly monitoring the condition of your roof you’ll be able to spot problems before they severely impact your wallet. Here are 7 danger signs of a failing roof.
After a strong rainstorm check your attic for signs of leaking. In the winter, ice damming can cause leaks if you don’t have the right shingle underlayment or if the flashing has deteriorated.
If you see paint start to peel on the inside walls or exterior of your home, it could be from trapped moisture caused by poor attic ventilation. If the air in your attic can’t flow freely, humidity can build up. To help combat this, make sure there are vents in your kitchen and bathrooms, and your dryer vents to the outside.
If you see stains on your ceilings or mold growing on your walls, it may be caused by water seeping into your home due to inadequate or faulty shingle underlayment. Inadequate ventilation can also cause excessive moisture, creating conditions in which mold and mildew thrive.
Excess moisture caused by poor attic ventilation can cause decay within your home’s siding and other exterior material. Vapor barriers between the insulation and the inside of the house help reduce the amount of moisture by allowing it to escape.
If your shingles are dry or brittle they’ve probably reached the end of their useful life and it’s time to invest in a new roof.
Signs of vegetation, fungus, mold, or algae growth on your shingles doesn’t necessarily mean you need to replace your roof, but the stains can reduce curb appeal. Fortunately, StainGuard® protection is available on many GAF Shingles, including Timberline® Cool Series Shingles, Timberline® Natural Shadow® Shingles, and Timberline® ArmorShield™ II Shingles.
Insufficient attic ventilation can trap hot air in the attic, causing your cooling system to run excessively and your cooling costs to increase. In addition, moisture can get trapped in the attic, condensing on rafters. If the moisture drips down onto the insulation, it can reduce its effectiveness.