Our team of skilled roofers can repair, maintain, and replace your shingle roof with expert care. As a General Contractor for the City, our roofing company is trusted throughout the city and Central Indiana for its exceptional roofing services and quality craftsmanship. We value your home as much as we value our reputation. And we believe it is this approach to business that has contributed to our success.
- A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
- A+ rating with Angie’s List
- Member of the Chamber of Commerce
- Certified applicators of Mule Hide and Gen-Flex Roofing Materials
- GAF Certified Contractor
Is your shingle roof beginning to crack, blister or leak? If it has reached the end of its performance life, give us a call. We offer free roof repair inspections and estimates. We also provide 5% discounts for senior citizens and veterans of the armed forces.
Shingle Roof Repair
Keeping your shingle roof in good condition is the best way to prevent extensive and expensive damages. Some damages may not even be noticeable until the symptoms of a leak appear. Damaged membranes and disintegrated flashing seals are not always easy to spot if you don’t know what you are looking for. However, there are several signs of developing problems that any homeowner will be able to recognize without even getting up on a ladder.
Curling at the corners of a shingle roof are signs of wear and tear and excessive moisture buildup. This type of defect is common in both asphalt and wooden shakes. If minimal curling has occurred, a roof fix may be performed by simply replacing the individual, damaged components. However, if a majority of the rooftop has begun to curl, a complete removal and roof replacement project will be necessary.
Blistering of asphalt shingles is another indication that failure of your roofing system is imminent. There are several causes for blistering. They include manufacturer defects, installation defects, and long-term exposure to the sun. The underlying cause of blistering is generally gauged based upon the age of the roof itself and the quality of the materials that were installed.
Granule loss on a shingle roof can typically be seen from the ground. The denuded shingles look like dirty spots or dark patches dappled across the rooftop. They are strong indications of an impending failure. Granules are used to protect the substrate materials of the shingles themselves. When they begin to loosen and fall away, they make the rooftop more vulnerable to further damage from the wind, rain, hail, and snow. Evidence of granule loss can also be seen at the downspouts of your home’s gutter system.
New Shingle Roofing
You don’t have to wait until your shingle roof falls into complete disrepair before having it replaced. If your rooftop has faded, begun to curl or blister, or if you know that it’s time to replace the roof based upon its age, call for a free inspection and estimate. Investing in replacement roofing will allow you to ensure that your home will remain safe and watertight. Additionally, a roof replacement project will allow you to renovate the exterior appearance of your home completely.
The new roof cost for GAF Lifetime Shingles is just $250.00 per square (100 square feet), which is an incredible value for the level of protection that the shingles will provide. However, we offer many material options for roofing replacement projects. You can choose to install a brand new asphalt shingle roof, or you can choose to invest in more traditional materials like Natural Slate, Ceramic and Composite Tiles, and Standing Seam Metal.
Each material will produce different effects, structurally and architecturally. Our team will gladly help you review the choices available to you, based upon your taste and budget. We can even help you develop a plan to treat the low-sloping and flat-roofed sections of your home with TPO and EPDM.
*Warranties and their lengths of duration are issued based upon the type of services provided.
We can repair and replace any shingle roof in Fishers, Carmel, Noblesville, or any nearby city. Call us today at (317) 626-6741 to schedule a free estimate.