Roof Replacement, Roof Leak Repair, and New Roof in Arlington, Texas
You noticed it the other day when you got home, your roof suddenly looked old to you. Maybe it was how the sunlight spread across your roof, maybe some shingles were curling that you didn’t notice before, or perhaps it’s because you’ve lived in your home for over 20 years and you know you’ve never replaced the roof, and you don’t recall how long before you moved in the roof was replaced. Whatever it was, your next step is to call the crew at HD Roofing & Construction. They can do a review of your roof and recommend a roof replacement if it needs, and walk you through the process of getting that done.
Roof Replacement in Arlington, TX
How do you know that you might need a roof replacement for your Arlington, TX, home? The age of your roof is one major indicator, but it shouldn’t be the only thing that you look for. Being that Arlington is always in the path of potential hail storms, hail damage is something to be aware of and look for. Hail damage is not something that you can really see from the ground in most cases; it is important to get up on the roof to inspect it to really see the hail damage. If your shingles are getting holes in them and causing damage to the sheathing underneath the shingles from the hail, you should likely get a roof replacement before further damage happens and you have a major problem on your hands.
New Roof for Arlington, TX, Residents
Even if you don’t need a new roof from the hail damage from a previous storm, you definitely need some roof leak repair in certain areas. And while this will work for a while, eventually you will need a new roof, there just isn’t a way around it. The team from HD Roofing & Construction has more than 10 years of experience dealing with roof repairs as well as putting on a new roof. Call them today to learn more.
Arlington was founded in 1876 along the Texas and Pacific Railway. The city was named after General Robert E. Lee’s Arlington House in Arlington County, Virginia. From 1892 until 1951, a mineral well-drilled exactly in the middle of downtown Arlington, Texas, was a key reason to visit the town. The water was part of the city’s brand, also serving as a meeting point for everything from prohibition to the right of women to vote. In October 2019, Arlington was chosen out of several major U.S. cities to become the permanent home of the $150 million National Medal of Honor Museum.