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Why Choose Mammoth Contracting For Residential Roofing Services?

No-Cost Estimates And Roof Inspections

At Mammoth Contracting, we put the customer first — not just in word but also in deed. When you choose us, we’ll start with a completely free residential roof inspection. This allows us to dig deep into your roof and ensure we catch any hidden damages. That way, when we provide your free estimate, you’ll know exactly what state your roof is in and why you need the repairs — or even replacement — we’re recommending. We pledge to be straightforward in our estimates, so you have all the information at hand to make the decision that’s best for you.

 

Two Tusk Lifetime Warranty

Our Two Tusk Lifetime Warranty is our crown jewel. If there’s any reason to choose Mammoth Contracting, it’s this one. Not only because you’ll have a lifetime material and labor warranty, but if any company is willing to put their money where their mouth is, it’s a clear sign they stand behind their service. On top of that, we’ll even handle talking with the manufacturer for you if the issue ends up being the product. Simply give us a call if anything goes wrong, and a member of our team will be there to check it out.

We’re A Local Roofing Company

As a locally-owned-and-operated roofing company, we care about the communities we serve. As Top Rated National® trusted roofers, we put our backs and our hearts into every job. Unlike other storm chasing roofing companies, we’ll be here for the long haul — even if things don’t go exactly as planned. When you choose Mammoth Contracting, you can rest assured that we'll do everything in our power to ensure your 100% satisfaction.

Fully Licensed, Bonded & Insured

Many states don't require licensing from roofing contractors, but that doesn’t stop us from pursuing top-quality standards of craftsmanship. It’s why we’re proud members of the National Roofing Contractors Association. On top of that, all our roofers are covered by worker’s comp and general liability insurance. This not only protects us, but also yourself in case of an accident or injury.

Consistent Progress Reporting

One of the things our customers enjoy most about working with Mammoth Contracting is having a dedicated project manager with every residential roofing service. No matter what stage of the roof replacement process we’re in, you’ll always have one point of contact who is there to take care of you and answer all your questions. We’ll even provide periodic project updates. Getting a roof replacement has never been so stress-free.

Why Choose Asphalt Shingles For Your Roof?

At Mammoth Contracting, we install and repair all types of materials for our residential roofing services. However, one shines out above all the rest as the most popular option: asphalt shingles.

And since they offer so many benefits, it’s no wonder that asphalt shingles are the standard choice for most homeowners. Here are just a few of them:

  • They are an affordable material that’s easy to install
  • They come in a variety of styles, shapes, and colors
  • They can be recycled at the end of their life
  • They offer great fire resistance
  • They help dampen sound to keep your home nice and quiet
  • With proper care, asphalt shingles can last 25 years or more

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Why Are Asphalt Shingle Roofs So Popular?

Simply put, asphalt shingles are one of the lowest cost roofing materials and offer a high amount of value and performance. For their price point, you’ll be hard pressed to find a roofing system that offers the same level of reliability, functionality, and beauty. They are also time-tested and by far the most common roof type on American households.

 

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What Are Asphalt Shingles Made Of?

Asphalt shingles are usually organic-based or fiberglass-based. Organic shingles are manufactured with recycled waste paper or wood fibers as their base. Fiberglass shingles use glass fibers of different lengths.

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Can Asphalt Shingles Withstand Hail?

Many modern shingles — certainly the ones we install at Mammoth Contracting — come with Class 4 impact-resistant ratings, ensuring your home is protected from the effects of hail damage. The importance of impact-resistant shingles cannot be understated if you live in an area prone to hail storms.

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Are Asphalt Shingles Fire Resistant?

If you live in an area that’s prone to wildfires, or even lighting strikes, you’ll want to ensure your roof can stand up against the threat of external fire hazards. That’s where Class A fire rated roof shingles come in. This level of fire rating ensures your roof, and home, have premium protection.

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Can Shingles Withstand High Winds?

High winds can be a problem pretty much anywhere you live. Once wind lifts shingles up, it can be easy for water to get underneath and cause roof damage. That’s why when you install a new roof, you want to find a quality roofing material that’s resistant to winds, as well as a top-notch roofing company to do the installation.

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Can You Easily Install Other Roof Features?

Not only are asphalt shingles easy to install in and of themselves, they also integrate nicely with other roofing features such as chimneys and skylights. If you are thinking about adding these down the line, asphalt shingles will make it easier than other roof types.

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Are Asphalt Shingles Energy Efficient?

One of the things people don’t realize about asphalt roofs is that they are fairly energy efficient. Combined with the protective underlayment, asphalt shingles can help keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

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How Can I Recognize Signs Of Shingle Damage?

Shingle damage can show itself in many ways. From the obvious missing and torn shingles to curling and cupping. You might also find shingle granules in your gutters, which is a sign they are starting to bald and need to be replaced soon.

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Are Asphalt Shingles Difficult To Install And Maintain?

One of the best things about shingle roofs is that they are among the easiest roofing systems to install. On top of that, they can easily be repaired due to the fact that you can simply rip off certain sections that have sustained damage.

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Contact Mammoth Contracting For Your Next Roofing Service

Whether you’re getting a full roof replacement or just fixing some isolated spots, asphalt shingles are a great way to ensure your roof can protect your home for the long haul.

To get a free roof inspection and estimate, contact Mammoth Contracting today. And don’t forget to ask about our Two Tusk Lifetime Warranty!

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