Residential Roofing Services

The type of roof and appearance of your roof can say a lot about your home. Whether you are replacing your current roof or making the decision about the material of a roof for a new home, we can help install a quality roof that will last.

Re-Roofing of New or Existing Homes:

  • Metal Roofing Systems
  • Slate Roofing
  • Synthetic Shakes/Slate
  • Torch Down/Rolled Roofing Systems
Emergency Leak Repair:
  • Fixed Right the First Time/No Call Backs
  • On Site Repair Estimations
  • Pictures are Provided of the Repair Process
  • Asphalt Shingles
  • Metal Roofing Systems
  • Tile Roofing Systems
  • Slate Roofing
  • Wood Shakes
  • Synthetic Shakes/Slate
  • Single Ply Systems (TPO, PVC, EPDM)
  • Torch Down/Rolled Roofing Systems

Roof Insurance Claims:

  • Homeowner Consultation about making a claim
  • Liaison between Owner and Insurance Company
  • Manage and Complete all Roof Related Repairs
  • Assist Homeowner in obtaining Completion Insurance Payment
  • Budget Estimations
  • Roof Consultations
  • Pictures are Provided of the Inspection Process

Roof Inspections and Diagnosis:

Other Residential Services:

  • Blown in Attic Insulation Systems
  • Ventilation Systems/Consultation
  • Gutter Installation/ Repairs/ Cleaning Services

Roof Replacement

It is recommended by the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) that homeowners inspect their roof at least twice per year, ideally in spring and fall. Roofs are constantly dealing with weather conditions, wind, structural movement, and other stresses. This inspection can help you find damage early to prevent further problems.

If your roof is damaged or warn out, replacing it can help increase the value of your property, enhance the exterior appearance, and also provide assurance of safety and security.

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Is your roof ready to be replaced?
Here are a few signs to look for:

  • Signs of Water Damage, Moisture or Leaks
  • Roof Deck Sagging
  • Dark Spots
  • Light Showing Through
  • Cracked, Torn, Curling or Missing Shingles
  • Splitting Shingles
  • Loose Material
  • Mold or Moss Growth
  • Damaged Flashing (thin pieces of material to prevent the passage of water)

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  • Asphalt Shingles – the gravel can become loose or mold or mildew may develop. This type of material usually lasts about 20 years.
  • Shake/wood shingles – this type will grow moss over time. The lifespan is typically about 20 years.
  • Tile – tile roofs can withstand many weather conditions and usually last 50 or more years.
  • Duro-Last – call Duro-Last to report leaks or damage. Most problems will be covered by the Duro-Last warranty.
  • Typically a roof will need replacement after about 20-25 years.

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