NAV Construction is a full-service roofing contractor serving Springfield, MO and the surrounding areas. From residential to commercial roofing systems, our vast knowledge and expertise allows us to evaluate your home’s characteristics and help recommend solutions that meet your needs.
While proper knowledge of roof materials is very important, picking the correct roof system is only half of what makes a successful project. Proper installation is critical to ensure your roof system functions as intended. Replacing your roof is a large investment that ideally would only happen every 30 years and we understand that proper materials and installation will help ensure that longevity.
Asphalt shingles are by far the most commonly used residential roof material not only for their durability but also because they come in a wide variety of styles and colors. Asphalt shingles are available in a basic “3-tab” design; middle-range architectural or laminated shingle (the is the most common); and top-of-the-line heavyweight designer shingles. With new styles being manufactured every year, we are certain to find the style that is perfect for your home.
We understand that a roof is a long term investment and requires maintenance and upkeep, and we always try to find the most cost-effective solution to your problem.
Here are some of the most common questions people ask us about roofing, and also some questions they should be getting answers to before hiring a roofing contractor.
Determining the best roofing companies depends on your needs. However, there are several roofers that stand out from the rest, and we'd like to think we're one of them. These companies generally are not the largest, but have superior customer service and satisfaction rates because you're dealing with ownership instead of an employee that isn't vested in the job. They also use the best materials and craftsmen available so that your roof is built to last. For example, there are companies that will quote low which people see as favorable, however, they are using the cheapest materials available. You're happy with the price, until you realize that your roof has serious structural issues due to the the sub-par materials used.