What kind of roofing people in Dallas put on their homes and why:
20 year three tab roof: for people who are leaving the country or going to prison.
25 year three tab roof: for people selling their home.
30 year architectural roofing: for people with pride of ownership.
40 year architectural roofing: for people with pride of ownership who lice in high wind areas.
50 year/lifetime products: crazy not to go to the class IV.
50 year/lifetime class IV: for smart people who love their home and want to save money on insurance.
Lifetime designer roofing: for people who love their home a lot or are forced to buy this because of their HOA.
Class IV designer lifetime roofing: for people who love their home, want to save money on insurance, and who want to protect their investment in class IV.
Enhanced warranties: for people who love their home and don't want to go through the problem of a bad or failing roof before its time.
30 year class IV threetab: for people who want to save money on insurance but have a lower sloped roof that doesn't present the roof visibly to the street and doesn't work as well with thicker shingles.
30 lb felt: for roofers who don't know what they're doing.
Starter shingles: for roofers who want to protect their customers from ladder goons and high wind.
Roof Ventilation: for people who love their kids and don't want them to be sick, who love their home, who hate hot homes with high utility bills and breaking down air conditioners.
Heavy designer ridge: for homeowners with a little exhibitionism in their love of their home.
Metal valleys: for the roofer who wants his customers to have a good roof and is not cheap.
Hand nail roof: for the contractor committed to excellence.
Air gun nailed roof: for the rookie installer and the contractor who doesn't care about quality.
Staple gun roof: jerk off.
Deck protection: for low slope roofs and enhanced warranty situations.
Synthetic felt: for the homeowner and contractor concerned with excellence and enhanced warranties.
Magnet: for the contractor and roofer who don't want children to need tetanus shots.
Turbines: for the old roofer who not only has no e mail but doesn't use a computer.
Radiant barrier or energy efficient decking: for the homeowner who is not moving anytime soon had wants a comfortable home with low utility bills and a long lasting air conditioner.
Yard sign: for the roofer who bought his permit.
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