Residential Roofing, New Roof, Roof Repair, and Roof Replacement In Irving, Weatherford, Burleson, Haltom City, Arlington, Fort Worth, TX, and Surrounding Areas
Commercial & Residential Roofing is the Core of our Business.
So many older homes in the DFW area either need roof repair or are ready for a completely new roof replacement. For 10 years we’ve been residents’ choice as their general contractor installing quality and durable roof replacement installations throughout the area including Fort Worth, Arlington, Irving, Haltom City, Weatherford and Cedar Hill, Burleson, Cleburne, TX.CALL 817-420-4048
Roof Repair and Roof Replacement
Our residential customers are often nervous when it comes to their roof repair, roof replacement or new roof. And for good reason! A new roof can be a substantial investment with the task of protecting their most important asset, it’s their home. A faulty roof can lead to further damage that might necessitate even more repairs including framing, siding, installation, and more.
It’s hard to know what damage a storm or hail has done to your roof. But don’t worry, that’s our job. While some shingles may not show roof hail damage, the supporting layers underneath could be damaged. We’ll look for loose, weak or compromised shingles but we’ll also look for any that show damage to underlying areas.
Are you looking for roof leak repair? Once a leak has started, water can seep into the many layers of your home causing mildew and rot. A full inspection must be done of both inside and outside areas to know the extent of roof leak repair.METAL ROOFS
Commercial Roofing and Flat Roofing
Commercial roofs have their own special needs. Often commercial roofs will be flat or low sloping. These roofs have many different requirements including materials that can withstand direct hits from hail and storms. Also, these flat roofs must have special grading and drain off. All these aspects must take materials into consideration also. Many properly sealed layers go into the construction of commercial roofs. All edges must be completely sealed before the next layer can be applied. Finally finishing sealing and flashing must go around any types of roof vents. As you can imagine, each one of these steps must be done correctly for a proper commercial roofing installation.
Listed here are some of the materials often used in commercial roofs:
- PVC Commercial Roofing
- Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) Commercial Roofing
- Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) Commercial Roofing
- Metal Roofing (for low slope)