Shoreview, MN Roofing & Remodeling Services
Do you need home repairs or remodeling service in Shoreview? If so, call All City Improvements for a competitive estimate. Our expert Minnesota roofing and remodeling contractors offer a full line of services to repair and improve your home. We also offer commercial Shoreview roofing services to local businesses. Call for an estimate today.
Once the work is approved, we will handle the project quickly and effectively. We don't sacrifice quality workmanship over quick work. We can handle the projects quicker because of our experience. We are able to fix any feature of your home. We are adept at all types of interior and exterior remodeling, so you can be sure we will achieve superior results.
Are you calling because of hail damage? Let us help you get your home and family back in order again after hail or storm damage. Keep our number ready for any time you need help.
Roof Repairs & Replacements In Shoreview
If your roof is more than 15 years old it is probably due for a roof replacement, since this is the average lifespan of a residential roof. There are many new choices in roof materials that are quite inexpensive in addition to all the choices of shingles that come in a wide array of prices and designs.
Choices include clay tiles, steel panels, metal roofing, wood shakes and newer artificially engineered materials that are fireproof and have longer lifespans than the average roof. Your local Shoreview roofing contractor at All City Improvements can explain the pros and cons of each type of roofing system.
Seamless Gutters For Shoreview Homes & Businesses
Seamless gutters have no sections that piece together. They consist of one long length of gutter that is cut on-site to the exact length of the roof. Sectional gutters are sold in pieces that measure from 10- to 22-feet long. They are made out of vinyl, painted aluminum or even pre-painted steel. The gutter sections are joined together by various types of connectors and sealants.
All sectional systems have caps on the ends, corner pieces and drop outlets for connecting to the downspouts. These joints are also common to "seamless" gutters. From this perspective, even seamless gutters have seams in some areas. The difference is seamless gutters do not have seams where they are avoidable because they are manufactured on site to specific lengths.
The downside of sectional gutter systems is that there is a potential for leaks at the seams that is aggravated by weather over time. By definition and design, sectional gutters simply have more seams that can leak and clog. Gutters need to maintain continuity of the water flow channeling system, but the seams cause problems. Seamless gutters don't have these problems.
If you are interested in the advantages of a seamless gutter, call All City Improvements. We'll be glad to answer all your questions and provide you with an estimate.