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EPS ROOFING

An experienced roofing contracting company specializing in residential and commercial projects, Elite Project Services is committed to understanding the needs, desires and objectives of our clients and exceeding their expectations.

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With several years of experience in the industry, we offer a variety of roofing solutions to fit any size structure. Most shingle roofs last 20-30 years. If you’re reaching that or beyond it, having a professional perform an inspection may be a good idea. We provide a consultation and estimate to explain your available options. It’s important you feel comfortable and can make an informed decision on the best solution to fit your needs.

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Repair/Replace
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Inspection
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Maintenance
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Claims

EPS can install a new roof or repair an old one, as well as repair and replace gutters.

Here are some of the common signs you may need a roof replacement:

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Discoloration

There are a number of things that can cause discoloration on your roof. Weather and climate, defective shingles and simple wear and tear. Superficial issues are common factors as well, such as the presence of mold or moss, which does not always require a roof replacement.

Curling Shingles

Curling shingles are a common sight on roofs and could be a warning sign for underlying problems. Inadequate ventilation causes excess moisture in the attic eventually penetrating the roof deck causing the shingles to curl.

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Cracked Shingles

Too much sun damage wears down the shingles on your roof causing damage. The shingles will begin to crack and splinter and you’ll see more extensive and broader gaps forming with each passing day. Eventually, the underlayment will be vulnerable to water damage that can cause even more problems when it comes to structural integrity. 

Loss of Granular

Granule loss is one of the most common issues as it is a normal part of roofing wear and tear. Over time, the bond between the granules deteriorates loosening them enough to be carried away by runoff.

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