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Roof Repair

If the roof doesn’t require a full replacement (most of the time it won’t), then our experts will go about repairing the damage in one isolated area. This is much more cost effective than redoing the entire thing. If the issue is structural, they can rebuild the beams and supports before laying down new shingles. This will ensure that it won’t sag and will fix the problem at the root.

Additionally, our supplies and materials allow us to patch the roof with the same shingle material that you currently use, and we have a variety of shades that allows us to match the existing color. This will make the repair blend in seamlessly with the rest of the roof, making sure it’s just like new.

“Roof repair can often be the best investment you make”

We understand how busy you are. That’s why we offer our “Free Home Roof Inspection”.  It costs you nothing, but could potentially save you thousands in damage roof replacement. If we do find problems, we can work with your insurance company to get you the best result possible.

Roof Replacement

While a roof repair is more cost-effective and generally the option that we recommend, there are instances when a full roof replacement might be necessary. Our experts will work with you on financing and making sure that you get the best deal possible.

If the majority of your shingles are cracked and curling, or simply just wearing out, one option is to build a new roof on top of your old roof, installing new shingles over the existing ones. This can give you an entirely new aesthetic and outward appearance, while saving you some money. However, this can only be done once in the life of the roof, so when you replace it again, both layers will have to be removed.

One of the biggest prerequisites for a full roof replacement is excessive water damage. If you are starting to notice water leaking into all areas of your home, or if you see brown spots along your ceiling, it might be an indication that you need a new roof. Our free roofing inspection will let you know the extent of the damage and whether or not a full replacement is necessary.

Age is also one of the biggest factors to take into consideration. The typical lifespan for a roof is 20-25 years. If you’re experiencing damage and your roof is around this age, it’s probably just easier to replace the entire thing, to avoid inevitable damage in the future. If it’s a newer home, it’s likely you won’t need a full replacement.

Natural disasters can also lead to the necessity of a full roof replacement. They can wreak havoc on the exterior of homes, ripping out shingles and causing excessive water damage. Typically this damage isn’t isolated to one area, making it necessary to start from scratch.

Roofing repairs and maintenance can be incredibly stressful. At Legacy Roofing, we do our best to provide you with the highest quality materials, as well as superior customer service. Our free roofing inspections can help prevent major damage down the line, and give you peace of mind knowing that your roof is in good hands. If you’re experiencing any visible damage, or haven’t had your roof inspected in the last year, give us a call today.