Roofing Projects in Laredo, TX

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Transform Home Improvements, has been a leader in the home improvement space for more than 30 years. Whether your home is… More
Salesman came quick (Tuesday) and quoted 3 - 4 weeks. Contractors called on Thursday with install on Friday - same week.… Full review
  • 71 Years in Business
  • Accepts Emergency Requests
Trust your home to One Day Roofing. Understanding that quality of product means nothing without a quality install, we put nothing… More
  • 8 Years in Business
TriVAN was established in 2001 with the purpose to provide a financial future for their children who the company is named… More
Dave is honest and only uses Durolast roofing materials. This provides you with the best roof without concern for leaks. TriVAN… Full review
  • 20 Years in Business
Our home's windows provide us with natural daylight, fresh air and a better connection to our outdoor spaces. Keeping windows crystal-clear,… More
  • 8 Years in Business
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  • 7 Years in Business
We offer a full range of roofing services tailored to meet your specific needs. No job is too big or too… More
  • 13 Years in Business
Staying ahead of the competition is important in any industry. That is why F & G Construction makes it part of… More
  • 8 Years in Business
With over a decades worth of experience in home improvement. Kris Massigngill of JKLM Construction LLC can help you take care… More
  • 8 Years in Business
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Laredo Roofing Installation Buying Guide

As the economy continues to grow, many homeowners are looking to make investments to improve the value of their home. According to the 2016 Cost vs. Value Report, replacing your roof is one of the best upgrades you can make to your home, with an expected ROI 71.7% . Even if you aren’t looking to sell your home any time soon, a new roof can make your home more comfortable by providing an additional layer of thermal insulation, preventing air conditioning from escaping from your home, and saving you money on your monthly energy bills. A new roof can also have a dramatic impact on the appearance of your home–especially if you consider selecting a more modern style, like metal roofing or a more classically beautiful style like slate roofing or clay tiles. Whichever roofing style you choose, look for a roofing system that meets your budget, stands up to your local climate, provides excellent insulation, and has the smallest impact on the environment.

Laredo Climate and Your Roof

Laredo, Texas has a hot semi-arid steppe climate and enjoys an average 220 sunny days per year. Over the course of a year, the temperature typically varies from 47°F to 99°F. August is the hottest month of the year, with an average high of 99°F and low of 77°F. January is the coldest month of the year, with an average low of 47°F and high of 66°F. Over the entire year, the most common forms of precipitation are light rain, thunderstorms, drizzle, and moderate rain. Laredo receives approximately 22 inches of rain per year and no snowfall. The relative humidity typically ranges from 31% (comfortable) to 91% (very humid) over the course of the year, rarely dropping below 15% (very dry) and reaching as high as 100% (very humid). Throughout the year, typical wind speeds vary from 0 mph to 21 mph (calm to fresh breeze), rarely exceeding 26 mph (strong breeze).

Because Laredo does not typically experience severe weather, almost any roofing system should provide adequate protection for your home. The warm temperatures and high humidity though should make a roofing system that provides excellent thermal insulation for your home–keeping your home comfortable–your top priority when it comes to choosing a roof.

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Roofing Permitting Process in Laredo

Information regarding the permitting process can be found within the website for the City of Laredo’s Building Development Services Department, and you can also find contact information for licensed contractors. To ask questions about permit requirements or to request forms, you can contact the office at:

Phone: 956-794-1625
Fax: 956-795-2998
Physical Address: 1120 San Bernardo Ave
Laredo, TX 78040

Enhance Your New Roof With Solar Panels

With 220 sunny days a year, solar panels are a great way to significantly decrease your monthly energy bills, as well as your environmental footprint. Now is also a great time to purchase solar panels for your home, as the cost of solar technology in Texas has decreased by 50% in the past five years. Your solar-installer can help you make the most of generous incentives offered at the federal, state, city, and utility levels to encourage homeowners to adopt solar technology. For instance, you can earn a federal tax credit for 30% of the total cost of your solar panels–that includes installation, fuel cells, and labor costs.

If you are interested in adding solar panels to your roof, you’ll first want to check with your Homeowner’s Association (HOA) to find out whether there are any restrictions on solar panels in your neighborhood. In the state of Texas, the installation of solar systems in housing developments with less than 50 homes is entirely at the discretion of the HOA. Next you’ll want to work with a reputable company to determine how many panels you’ll need to meet your energy demands. You’ll also need to obtain building permits–which can be done through the same channels as the permits you secure for your new roof. Similarly, building, electrical, and plumbing codes may also apply.

In addition to reducing your environmental footprint and your monthly utility bills, adding solar panels to your roof can also increase your home’s value, while helping it to sell 20% faster than homes without solar installations. While your new roof may increase your home’s value and as a result, your property taxes, your solar panels will not. The State of Texas has a property tax exemption (Texas Tax Code 11.27) that allows the owners of residential properties to take an exemption from taxation (using form 50-123) for the amount of the appraised value of the property that increases as a result of the installation or construction of a solar energy system.