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Roof Leak Repairs

Sugarland roofing projects vary from one customer to the next. While few jobs are identical, all of our projects follow a similar theme: We use quality roofing materials and reputable brands. Whether you want a slate roof or a composite roof, we’ll recommend roofing materials that have met our standards for quality. We do not believe in cutting corners or using products that won’t hold up well under Sugarland’s conditions. Even if you are on a budget, quality roofing products are available at reasonable prices.

Types of Roofing

Sugarland homes, apartments, condos, and industrial buildings have unique roofing requirements. Whether the roof needs to serve a functional purpose or conform to a neighborhood’s existing style, choosing the right type of roofing is crucial. Among the more common Sugarland roofing types are:

  • Tile and Slate – Tile and slate roofs are becoming more popular in Sugarland thanks to their durability and beauty. Because tile and slate are both heavy materials, homes must be built to support this weight. Not all existing homes in Sugarland can handle the weight, making it important to carefully evaluate your house’s structural integrity before opting for these heavier materials.
  • Metal – Metal roofing is commonly used in commercial construction and is also becoming an attractive alternative for residential homeowners looking for a lighter roofing material. New styles have been introduced, shattering your preconceptions of what metal roofs look like.
  • Composite – Composite roofing remains one of the most affordable (and popular) types of roofing in Sugarland. Available as shingles or in rolls, composite roofing is attractive and relatively fast to install. Improvements have been made with high impact and reflective roofing materials available.

Sugarland Roofing Services

We offer a number of roofing services including:

  • Roof inspections
  • Roof leak repairs
  • Shingle replacements
  • Structural roof repairs
  • Roof cover-ups / temporary roof repairs
  • Roof installation (new construction and remodels)
  • Re-roofing due to wear and tear
  • Re-roofing after house fires and other damage
  • Roof demolition