Arizona Roof Replacement
High-Quality Roof Replacement near Mesa, Arizona
A roof replacement might be the largest repair you make on your home. There are several signs that your roof needs a replacement, leaks, broken shingles or tiles and shingle granules showing up around the outside of the house. Or maybe your front yard saguaro or tree decided to move in through the roof.
If you see any of these signs, schedule a roof assessment with us, and we’ll tell you the truth about your roof. If repairs are the best option, we will tell you. If a replacement is really necessary you will get a detailed proposal with clear language and best value. There will be no hidden costs or vague details. Our project managers will answer any questions and make sure you understand the process. We work with all types of Arizona roofs including shingle, tile, foam, asphalt, and metal roofs.
Call us now at (480)-426-1915 or Schedule a Free Assessment.
“Thank God for amazing companies with amazing workers. From beginning to end they were fantastic. And I knew we could trust them to do a good job even at our first meeting to review and quote. They are honest. They did a great job! Kudos to Ricardo’s crew, Adam, the lovely Britney! We were in bad shape with our roof leaking. They helped us out so much!” – Sara D. (Yelp!)
How Much Does A Total Roof Replacement Cost?
Roof replacement cost will depend on the size of the roof and the materials — mostly the type of shingle that’s being replaced. Pricing can range anywhere from $7,000-$12,000 for asphalt shingles to $8,000-$15,000 for concrete tiles on a typical Mesa-Phoenix area roof.
Estimates price out using roofing squares which are 10×10 foot sections.
We do have payment plans available, so please ask our team about your options when you call in.
What Is Included In Roof Replacement?
When we give you a roof replacement estimate, it will include all of the information you need to know and understand, including the following:
- Removal of existing roofing..
- Flashing, which water-proofs penetrates through the roof (like chimneys and vents), valleys, skylights, and other areas where water might get in.
- Any decking repairs that are required to ensure a quality installation.
- Underlayment, which is the protective layer in between the decking and the shingles or tiles.
- Drip edges, which keeps water from seeping under tiles.
- Ice and rain shields to protect against those summer monsoons.
- Our great workmanship, backed by a full warranty.
With our top-quality work, you will also get:
- Energy-saving products that really work
- The best materials, to withstand the elements and Arizona’s arid climate
- The best materials to fit your budget, ensuring the best value for your dollar
- The best solution to a variety of roofing problems after a comprehensive roof assessment
How Often Should Roof Be Replaced?
A good rule of thumb is that a roof will typically last 20-30 years if properly installed. We recommend regular assessments so that no surprises pop up. A problem can begin and grow for a couple of years before you notice anything. Once you notice a problem, it may have caused way more damage than it needed to, resulting in a higher repair bill or a total replacement.
Of course, this depends on the type of roof you have. Tile roofs can last up to 40 years through the typical life expectancy in the Phoenix metro is 20-30 years That means your roof replacement may only require replacing the underlaying and other fixes while we reuse your existing tiles.
Foam roofs can last for decades if properly maintained and recoated.
Re-Roofing Versus Roof Replacement
If your roof consists of one layer of shingles an “overlay” may be an option, laying new shingles over the old worn shingles on your roof. Shingle overlays are still approved by local codes and shingle manufacturers as an acceptable practice. However, we generally recommend a full removal. Structures are designed and engineered to support specific weights. In fact, your whole house has that weight in the design. Have you noticed that a new house has shingles or tiles laid on the roof before the drywall is installed? If you have a shingle roof and want to upgrade to a tile roof, we recommend an assessment of the structure by a licensed engineer. Engineering reports usually run $600-$800 and may recommend some additional structural bracing for the added weight.
We’ll Tell You The Truth About Your Roof Replacement
Each home and its roof is unique. Our highly qualified and professional project managers will help you determine the best roof replacement options based on the age and condition of your roof, and we’ll work with you to ensure your project is the best choice for your home and your budget.
We’ll take the time to educate you on the roofing process. We have gained a reputation as the most trusted roofing company in the area for a reason. We offer honest service at competitive prices, and we do it better.