When it comes to protecting your home from rain or snow, the first step is making sure your roof is in top notch shape. All too often damaged shingles and deteriorating roof sealing is unnoticed or ignored until it is too late. Not addressing these problems can cause permanent damage to the structure of your roof and even allow moisture to leak into your home, causing mold and mildew and interior damage. SNS contracting offers full roofing services from installing moisture seals, to shingles and ventilation to keep your roof leak free year after year. We carry all the top roofing brands including: Tamko, CertainTeed, and Owens Corning.
SNS Contracting is proud to be an Owens Corning Preferred Contractor. This distinction requires that a contractor carries at least one million dollars in general liability insurance, is in good standing with the Better Business Bureau, and passes a Dun & Bradstreet credit analysis. We are proud to meet and exceed these criteria to ensure we are highly qualified, no matter how big or small the job. We also have years of experience installing Owens Corning’s Total Protection Roof Systems®, a three step system that gives your roof the ultimate protection even in the most inclement weather conditions. This three step system is proudly made in the USA and installed by our OSHA compliant installation crew professionally trained to install Owens Corning products.
The first step involves installing Owens Corning’s patented sealing technology to keep snow and rain out to prevent mold or rotting. The second step we install Owens Corning Shingles® to defend your roof from wind and impact. For the third and final step, ventilation is installed to reduce heat and moisture buildup that can cause ice damming, roof deterioration and mold infestation. The Total Protection Roof System® is secured to your roof using Owens Corning’s state of the art SureNail® system, which are backed by a 130MPH wind warranty. This gives your shingles the ultimate strength to stay attached to your roof no matter what Mother Nature throws at them.