Richmond Rosenberg  Texas Roofing Company

 

Richmond Rosenberg Roofing Company

FAQs

Question: How can I tell if my roof needs to be repaired or replaced?
Answer: If you see evidence of any of the following conditions, call Richmond Rosenberg Roofing for a complete inspection. We can tell you which services your roof requires to be as effective as possible.
• Cracked or peeling shingles
• Water leaks on ceilings or down walls
• Pools of water in the attic after a storm
• Blistered, broken, or battered shakes or shingles
• Cracked tiles or broken slates

Question: I’m pretty good at DIY projects. Can’t I just fix the gap in my roof by myself?
Answer: In some cases you can replace a shingle or two gone missing in a windstorm, but you may not be able to tell the extent of roof damage even when the apparent problem is small. Richmond Rosenberg Roofing can give your roof a thorough going-over with a professional and experienced eye.

Question: My house still has the original wooden shingles and I was thinking of replacing it with a metal roof. What types of metal roofs are there?
Answer: Metal roofs come in tin, copper, aluminum, and steel. Some are much heavier than others and require additional structural build-out. If you live in or near Richmond and Rosenberg, our roofers can advise you on the best metal roof to have us install.

Question: How much does it cost to have a new roof put on?
Answer: The cost of a new roof varies greatly with the type of material used. For example, composition shingle is relatively inexpensive initially while tile or slate roofing is more costly. However, there are value-added aspects to think about. For example, slate roofs are expected to last much longer than composition and are considered as more attractive by many customers.

Question: I live in Katy but own office buildings in Houston. Do I need to hire two different roofing companies to roof these buildings?
Answer: We can do it all for you! We serve both Katy and Houston, as well as Richmond, Rosenberg, Missouri City, Sugar Land, and Stafford.