Residential Roofing Services
In Missouri and Illinois, residential roofs take a beating. Between high winds, hail, and snowstorms, the temperamental Midwest weather means your roof puts in a lot of work for you. Our residential roofing services have you covered from installation to maintenance, ensuring your roof is always in top shape.
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Residential Roof Installation
Our residential roof installation ensures that the crowning glory on your new build exceeds industry standards. While your builder likely also offers this service, working with roofing specialists will deliver better results. Some benefits of using a residential roofing expert include:
We work with all residential roofing materials and designs, allowing us to perfectly meet the needs of your home.
Residential Roof Repair
Residential roof repair is essential to maintaining the integrity of your home. With roofing, even small amounts of damage can have widespread effects on your property, including wood rot, mold growth, and damage to your foundation. Roof repair should be done as soon as there is an indication of a problem or after certain events, such as storms involving high winds, hail, or flying debris.
Most Missouri and Illinois homes will require roof repair about every 3-5 years, though this may be more or less frequent depending on the quality of your roof and the weather of any given year. Even if you see no signs of needing repair, it is a good idea to get regular roof inspections and maintenance to ensure nothing is wrong.
Residential Roof Replacement
Just the idea of needing residential roof replacement can feel overwhelming. However, this is something every home needs eventually. We structure our roof replacement service to be as low-stress as possible for you as the homeowner by minimizing the downtime you experience and working directly with your homeowner’s insurance provider.
Signs You Need Repair or Replacement
If you suspect there is a problem with your roof, call us immediately. Every day that goes by allows the damage to get worse.
However, problems aren’t always easy to notice, and the signs you need repair or replacement are often quite similar, different only in scale. Here is what you should look out for in your home.