There are many reasons for a homeowner to want to change the pitch or slope of a roof:
Flat or low-slope roofs may develop leaks because of poor drainage.
An existing roof may not provide enough attic space for storage.
An addition may look better with a higher pitch on the old part of the house.
Whatever the reason, changing the pitch on a roof requires removing at least some of the roofing and a significant alteration will involve changing the basic framing by installing new rafters or trusses. It requires good carpentry and roofing skills. And that is just what JBoyd Home Improvement provides with over 90 years of experience.