Did you know that where you live in Arizona helps determine the best type of roofing materials to use on your home? Your roofing contractor in Arizona needs to know that it is not a one sized fits all approach.
Think roofs are boring? There are many different types of roofs. For example, most roofs in Paris are made of zinc. Zincalume and Colorbond steel are popular in Australia and New Zealand. And in both eastern Iran and western Afghanistan, their roofs are constructed with sun-dried brick masonry or mud blocks to fit its dry climate.
Climates that Roofing Contractors in Arizona Should Consider
JLC Roofing has been serving Arizona for almost three decades. We have provided commercial and residential roofing services around the state, adapting to the climate and using the best suited roofing materials to construct a high quality roof.
Did you know that almost half of Arizona is semiarid? What does that mean? It means that partially parched atmosphere and baking sun dry the wrong roofing materials out more rapidly. In the northern regions, with their cool to cold winters roofs that help retain heat and shed moisture are important. The Basin and Range regions in southern Arizona enjoy more humidity and less scorching temperatures, with what can be described as a subtropical climate that is refreshing. In this area, roofing materials are again matched to the climate, and Arizona roofing contractors need to avoid the cookie cutter approach of the same roofing materials for every area and type of building in the state.
JLC Roofing is a Family Owned, A+ BBB Rated Roofing Contractor in Arizona
When searching for the best roofing contractor in Arizona, we recommend checking out ratings on the Better Business Bureau’s website. You can check ours HERE. We also believe that using an Arizona owned roofing contractor protects you from “storm chaser” roofing companies that are in the state for a season, and nowhere to be found after that for any follow up work that might be needed. You can find out more about JLC Roofing Company HERE. Feel free to reach out for your free estimate and, follow us on Facebook to keep up with important seasonal insights for Arizona home and business owners.