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Published on Dec 17, 2013
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Barker Roofing San Antonio 7970 Fredericksburg Rd, Ste 101-602, San Antonio, TX 78229
Roofing San Antonio Texas
You don't need a roofing expert to tell you that your roof is one of the most important pieces of your home. The Roofing system on your San Antonio, Texas, home protects 100 percent of the interior and contents from not only weather damage but also from damage that could be caused by visiting critters. When the roofing system leaks, it can cause big problems. So when you have your roof installed, repaired or cleaned, it is imperative that you go with a professional roofing contractor.
Our team at Keith Barker Roofing and Solar is licensed, bonded and insured. We are also an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. Our highly skilled and experienced roofing technicians will provide you with proper roofing repairs or installation, no matter the size of the job. When you contract with Barker, you are choosing a partnership with a San Antonio area company that you can trust. We provide leak repair, regular roof inspections and maintenance, and a whole lot more. Give us a call and we will schedule a time to come out and provide you with a free inspection and estimate for your roofing repairs or installation project. Keith Barker Roofing and Solar -- we are the top name in roofing in San Antonio.
Facts About Roofing
The construction of a roofing system is determined by the method of support used as well as how the space underneath is bridged. Whether or not the roof is pitched is also a factor. The pitch is the angle of the roof from its lowest to highest point.
The shape of roofs differ greatly around the world. The main factors that help determine the shape that a roofing system will take are the climate and available roofing materials.
As any roofing material can deteriorate over time, wood shingles will eventually split and crack due to the natural wear and tear caused by shrinking and swelling of moisture absorption and evaporation.