Roof Replacement and New Roof in Weatherford, TX
Every new home construction in Weatherford, TX, needs a new roof. And this new roof needs to be installed properly. Likewise, existing homes will eventually need to have a roof replacement, and in the same manner, it needs to be installed properly. The team at HD Roofing & Construction is experienced in both new roof construction as well as roof replacement. Don’t look for the cheapest roofer because you will regret it in the end. Get the local experienced crew to have the best for your home, which is your largest investment.
Roof Replacement in Weatherford, TX
There are a variety of reasons that contribute to the need for a roof replacement on a home. Maybe the roof got damaged from flying debris from a storm or a falling tree. Maybe some shingles have been lost in high winds, or they are beginning to curl due to age and intense sunlight beating down on them. Or it might be as simple as the age of the roof itself and the fact that it is coming to the end of its useful life. HD Roofing & Construction has experience with all of these scenarios and many more, and when it comes to doing a roof replacement on residential buildings, they will do it right.
Roof Leak Repair and New Roof Installation in Weatherford, Texas
Sometimes a new roof isn’t needed, but leak repairs are. Roof leak repair is important as it will ensure that further damage is not done to the rest of your Weatherford, TX, home, and will help to extend the life of the rest of your roof. It might be flashing replacement around key items in your roof, such as vent pipes or valleys in your roof, or it could be shingle replacement from hail damage or other debris. Whatever your needs are, HD Roofing & Construction is ready to help make your home safe and secure.
The railroad arrived in June 1880. The Santa Fe Depot (which houses the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce) was built in 1908. In 1895, the town’s still existing daily newspaper, the Weatherford Democrat, began publication. Cattle driver Oliver Loving is buried in Weatherford’s Greenwood Cemetery. After being attacked by Indians in New Mexico in 1867, Loving’s dying wish to his friend, Charles Goodnight, was to be buried at his home, Parker County. Goodnight brought the body back six hundred miles by wagon for burial. The story is the inspiration behind Texas author Larry McMurtry’s novel, Lonesome Dove.