If you live in the High Point, North Carolina area, then you are probably not too concerned about the function of your roof at too often throughout the year. The weather in the area is pretty mild year round. However, your roof is the most important protective system for the rest of the function of your home. It's imperative to keep it in top shape, especially when rain and the occasional snow hits the area.
If you suspect that your roof may need a repair or replacement and you would like to compare prices from the best local High Point roofers, then fill out the short estimate form on the right. This secure form is free to use and we will place up to three local roofers in touch with you ASAP to provide you with free estimates.
What's more, we have prescreened the companies that will contact you. We have verified North Carolina state license and insurance requirements and we have even identified experience levels and areas of expertise within the roofing companies. Therefore, you can rest assured that you working with the best in the area. Again, our entire roofing estimates process is completely free of obligation.
High Point, NC may not be the highest point in North Carolina, but it was the highest point on the railway line between Charlotte and Goldsboro. It is in the Piedmont of North Carolina. Piedmont means "foothills" and is a perfect description of the rolling hills between the mountains in the west and the coastal plains of eastern North Carolina. High Point is a sprawling city spread out between I-40 and I 85. Along with Winston-Salem and Greensboro, it forms the area known throughout the state as The Triad.
The climate is temperate, with heat and humidity in the summers, occasional ice and snow in the winters, and beautiful springs and falls. Places to visit include City Lake Park, High Point Museum & Historical Park, Oak Hollow Festival Park and Oak Hollow Park and Marina, the Greenway Trail, the Piedmont Environmental Center, and Gibson Park. There are many fine golf courses in the area. Kids would enjoy all of these parks as well as the Doll & Miniature Museum of High Point and the All-a-flutter Butterfly Farm.
High Point, North Carolina is the "Home Furnishings Capital of the World!TM". Twice a year, in April and October, it hosts the International Furniture Market, which brings furniture buyers from all over the world. People come the rest of the year, too, to visit the over fifty discount furniture stores. With the excellent convention facilities available, many businesses choose High Point, NC for their meetings.