At Spann Roofing we’re experts in a variety of new Residential roofing solutions. From asphalt shingles all the way to designer shingles, to metal roofs, flat or even specialty roofing. We can go through the process of getting the right solutions for a worry-free roofing solution that will last for years to come.
More homeowners in North America rely on GAF’s Timberline HDZ Shingles than any other brand. They offer just the right combination of beauty, performance, and reliability — and are the best value in roofing today. With GAF’s Dura Grip Advanced Sealant, these architectural shingles provide durability and strength few other shingles can match. If you’re looking for peace of mind for years to come, look no further than GAF’s Timberline HDZ shingles.
Shingles are the choice for most homeowners because of efficiency, longevity, and style. However, with so many choices out there Spann can help you pick the right type and style of shingle. From Architectural shingles to Designer shingles sometimes the choices can be overwhelming. That’s where we step in with our roofing experts to help you make the most informed decisions based on all factors.
Architectural shingles, which are commonly know as laminated or high-definition shingles, offers homeowners an option for a three-dimensional look similar wood shake roof system but still has the qualities and price of an asphalt shingle roof. Architectural shingles are your most common residential roof type and can be found everywhere you look in your neighborhood. Architectural shingles come in several color options to meet all of your needs.
If you are interested in upgrading to something more than the standard architectural shingle look but you don’t want to switch to a metal or slate product, then a designer asphalt shingle may be just what you are looking for. There are many options to choose from, many of which are very economical that can also provide the look of slate, tile and even wood shakes.
Installing a metal roof on your home is a wise investment. A metal roof not only provides a long service life, but also adds curb appeal and benefits like durability, weather-resistance and reduced utility expense. Spann has installed Residential Metal roofs for many happy satisfied local clients throughout South Carolina.
With a variety of choices such as Standing Seam, Multi-rib Corrugated Panels, and 5V we are there to guide you though the process of the best metal roof for your unique situation.
Standing seam roof panels are a concealed fastener metal panel roof system with a raised seam and flat area between the seams. Many different type of panel types are available, mostly based on the type of application that is required. Roof panel seams can be snapped together or mechanically seamed together depending on the type of application and location of the project. Roof panel widths vary from 12” to 20” and seam height range from 1” tall to 2” tall.
Spann Roofing recommends standing seam roof panels due to the fact that all fasteners are concealed beneath the roof panels and no fasteners are exposed to the environment. Standing seam is available in a variety of colors and can be fabricated out of painted galvalume or painted aluminum.
5V, which many may know as “barn tin”, is another low-cost alternative for Homeowners looking to install a new metal roof on their home. The 5V roof panels are similar to the corrugated metal panel roof as they are attached using exposed fasteners through the field of the roof.
5V roof panels are what was commonly used as the roof system for barns, sheds and other structures where a low-cost roofing material could be installed over open framing. 5V roof panels are available in bare finish galvalume as well as painted galvalume (select colors available).
Corrugated metal panel roof systems, or often times referred to as screw-down metal roof panels, are a ribbed metal roof panel which are attached to the roof substrate using exposed fasteners spread out across the field of the roof and at the laps of the metal panels. Typically, ribs are spaced at 9” or 12” on center and anywhere from 7/8” to 1-1/2” tall.
Corrugated metal roof panels are normally fabricated out of painted or bare finish galvalume, and are available in many colors. Corrugated metal panel roof systems offer homeowner a cheaper alternative that want the metal roof look for their home. However, it is homeowner for homeowners to acknowledge that exposed fasteners can lead to issues over time as these fasteners tend to deteriorate quickly over time and can lead to water infiltration if properly maintained.
Flat roofs are a familiar sight throughout North America. Any typical mall, warehouse, apartment building or school usually features a flat roof. This roof type is easier to install over large surfaces and is the most common choice for commercial, industrial and institutional buildings.
Is a flat roof the right choice for a home? Is it more expensive that a steeper pitched alternative? Is it harder to install? What about ongoing maintenance?
Whether choosing a roof design for a new home, or replacing/repairing a current flat roof, Spann Roofing offers much of the information needed to make informed decisions for a lasting, sturdy cover for your investment.
While not common, many houses are constructed with no-slope or very low-slope roofs that require something other than shingles or metal roof panels. There are many options to consider for Residential low-slope roof systems, including EPDM, PVC, Fluid-applied Coating TPO or a more traditional multi-ply built-up asphalt roof system. Many factors come into play when deciding what type of low-slope roof system to install of your home, let Spann help you decide what type of roof system best suits your needs and will provide the durability and longevity that you need to protect your home.
Often times Spann is contracted to install new or replacement roof membrane beneath a new or existing porch or roof deck system. Roofing membrane can be installed beneath the decking boards to help protect the space below from water, whether it is an enclosed space of the house or just an outdoor space to be used for gatherings or storage. The type of roof system to be installed in these applications can vary depending on what type of roof decking is being installed.
Let Spann assist in designing a new or replacement roof system for your porch or deck roof area that provide you with the peace and comfort that you don’t have to worry about for years to come.
Sometimes when you need a roofing solution that just needs to be different style wise, however still work efficiently you can count on Spann Roofing to get the job done right. Our experts can recommend a specialty roof rather it be Slate, Synthetic Slate, or even Wood or Cedar Shake that can not only function efficiently but also give style to your investment.
When it comes to specialty roof system for your home, slate shingles are the top of the list. Slate is a natural rock material fabricated into a shingle.
If natural slate shingles do not fit your budget but you still are looking for the slate shingle look, there are other options available to you.
Wood Shingles and Cedar Shakes, which are commonly confused, are actually different from one another and must be installed differently from one another.
Over the course of more than 62 years, Spann Roofing has roofed over 15,000 commercial and residential buildings and our guarantee stands behind every one of them. We have developed a reputation for an honest, trusted service that will provide quality and reliability regardless the size or complexity of the job. Our services are not limited to commercial roofing.
Spann Roofing is also equipped for the installation, roof repair and maintenance of residential buildings across the area. Spann Roofing is centrally located in Horry County at 459 Allied Drive in Conway, across 501 from Coastal Carolina University.
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