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Precision Roof Repair is Baltimore’s top roof inspection and remediation specialists. Whether you need roof inspection, roof repair or water damage restoration, our expert local contractors are waiting for your call.

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We typically can deliver a 1-hour emergency response time, and our service is available 24 Hours a day /7 days a week.  Many Baltimore residents have been able to reclaim their safe home or business environment thanks to us.

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Types of Roof in Baltimore

A roof does so much more than simply protecting the members of the home from outside elements. A roof, in a sense, is like a crown and will provide a crowning touch to the overall style and look of a house or building. A roof can also offer additional living space and make your home more energy efficient, resilient, and weather proof. There are a variety of roof styles and if you are building a new home, shed, place of business, or garage, you should explore the wonderful world of roofing.

Some of the different styles and roof types that you will discover include flat, mansard, gable, hip, butterfly, saltbox, sawtooth, dome, gambrell, pyramid, jerkinhead, skillion, and combination. If you go online, you will be able to visualize what each of these roof types look like. This will help you to determine whether you want a particular style for your roof or not.

The gable roof, for example, is often referred to as either a peaked roof or a pitched roof and they are the most popular type of roof in the United States. You can easily recognize a gable roof by their triangular shape. The advantages of a gable roof include that it easily sheds both snow and water, provides additional space for vaulted ceilings or attics, and allows more ventilation.

A gable roof is easy to design and construct and therefore they provide better cost savings than a complex roof design. However, they do have some disadvantages. A gable roof can become a problem in the hurricane and high wind areas. If the roof frame is not constructed properly and with adequate supports, the roof could collapse.

Also, a strong wind may cause shingles to peel and fly away. In fact, if the roof has a wide overhang, a strong wind could lift it up and detach it from exterior walls. Gable roofs can be used in high wind areas but it is important to attach proper braces and to inspect the roof after any windy, large storm occurrence.

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A gabled roof can be covered with a variety of materials including cedar shakes, metal roofing, asphalt shingles, concrete or clay tiles. If you choose a gable roof that has valleys and hips, it may be wise to choose either shingles or metal so as to prevent future roof leaks. In snowy regions, it is recommended to construct the roof with a 40° angle and at least a 10/12 pitch.

Different types of gable roofs include a cross gable roof, a Dutch gable roof, a side gable roof, and a front gable roof. A side gable roof will have two equal panels that are equally pitched at a predetermined angle. The panels will meet in the middle of the building at the ridge. The triangular section of the roof can be enclosed to produce a box gable roof or it can be left open to produce an open gable roof.

Each type of roof style will have its own set of pros and cons. Once you have decided upon a particular style, you then can talk with your designer or architect about which type of roof would be best for your building project.

Some of our services include:

  • Advanced Inspection
  • Experienced local professional
  • Professional Roof Installation
  • Professional Roof Repair

  • Roof Leakage and Roof Flashing Repair
  • Water Damage Restoration
  • Hail Damage Restoration
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