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Your Local Roofing Company
Home Depot roof replacement contractors can install a new roof in various styles and shingle materials to meet your needs and budget, including asphalt, tile, and low slope roofing systems.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to common roof replacement and installation questions
How do I know if I need a roof replacement or just roof repair?
Leaks or temperature inconsistencies in your home could mean your roofing system isn’t working properly. If you’re seeing signs of wear and tear on shingles, noticing drips or peeling paint in your rooms or seeing water spots on the ceiling, it’s time to think about a roof replacement. A free in-home consultation from a licensed and insured roofer can determine if your roof is in need of a replacement.
What happens during my roof installation consultation?
During a free in-home consultation, an expert from The Home Depot will tell you about our different roofing materials and show actual samples of shingles that are available. Our roof installation contractor will also explain how a roof replacement works and recommend a personalized estimate for your home and budget.
What types of roofing materials can be installed?
Depending on your home's roof, there are a handful of different style and color options for new roof shingles. The most common roof installation is performed with asphalt shingles, a fairly inexpensive, durable material that is flexible in many different installation scenarios. The Home Depot's roof installers can also install beautiful tile shingles or shingles for low slope, flat roofs. Shingle shapes can range from architectural to three tab, with color options that typically include shades of black, brown, gray, or green.
Which roof shingles are the best?
There are many factors to consider when choosing a new roof, including style, color, durability, warranties and cost. For asphalt roofs, traditional, three-tab flat asphalt shingles offer more value and performance than industry-standard shingles. Also, their color is blended for a natural look. Architectural shingles create a multidimensional effect and feature laminated construction to lengthen shingle life. Feel free to discuss which option is best with a Home Depot roof installer during your in-home consultation.
What can I expect from my roof replacement service?
Here's what you can expect from a roof replacement project from The Home Depot: a required pre-installation inspection and estimate, project updates via myhomedepotproject.com, high-quality roofing materials and new shingles delivered to your home, removal of old roof shingles, authorized roof installers with industry-leading standards performing the roof replacement, debris removal and a final inspection after the new roof is installed.
Roof Replacement and Installation
Your roof is one of the most vulnerable parts of your home, exposed to a seasonal barrage of sun, wind, rain, snow and ice. The weather takes its toll, making it important to inspect even a new roof periodically, make necessary roof repairs and perform routine maintenance like clearing gutters and downspouts of debris. This can extend the life of your roof.
Ignoring small repairs could lead to bigger, costly roof repairs or even roof replacement. Damage like surface bubbles, buckling, curling, cracked or missing shingles and gutters filled with shingle granules are tell-tale signs your old roof may need the attention of a roof company and professional roofing contractors.
The next time you are looking at installing a new roof, know that your local Home Depot store is a roofing company near you! You can be confident in your roof installation project knowing you’re backed by the world’s largest home improvement retailer. Our roofers are carefully selected to meet the highest experience standards and levels of customer service. We know you have a choice for your roof replacement project. With The Home Depot, you leave nothing to chance.
When you’re ready to install a new roof, our team of professional roofing contractors will do the job right, and bring enhanced comfort and style to your home. Our expert contractors have experience with installing roof shingles of all kinds, have completed countless complex roof replacements and can install a new roof that better protects your home.
Cost and Estimates
For professional help with your roof installation, start by scheduling a FREE in-home consultation, which will include an estimate. The Home Depot will send one of our expert roof installers to your house to discuss the specific roof replacement needs and help you choose the right shingle to match the style of your home at a cost that fits your budget.
More About Roof Shingles
There are several factors to consider when choosing a new roof including style, color, durability, warranties and installation.
• Architectural shingles create a multi-dimensional effect. They feature laminated construction to make your new roof last longer. Traditional, three-tab flat asphalt shingles offer better performance than standard roof shingles.
• Most roofs are asphalt; however, other roof materials include metal and tile for steep slopes or single-ply membranes for flat roofs.
• Special adhesives tightly seal roof shingles to reduce the risk of blowing off, which would require you to pay for costly roof repairs.
• Roof shingles come in colors from natural wood shades to intense blue, green and red. You may want to check with your homeowners’ association and its guidelines before getting a new roof installed.
• Shingle warranties can range from 25 years to a lifetime warranty.
Signs of a Failing Roof
Old roofs with cracked, curled, or blistering shingles can create leaks which will allow water to get into your attic. The majority of the time, a full roof replacement of a failing roof is the best investment you can make. Roof replacements should include removal of old shingles, a structural integrity inspection, a rubberized leak barrier, deck underlayment, drip edges, metal flashings and more.
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Is Your Roof at Risk?
Water leaks or temperature inconsistencies in your home could mean your home's roofing system isn’t working properly. Watch for these signs as you may need a new roof installed:
• Leaking roof in the attic or top floor
• Water stains on ceilings
• Blistering or peeling paint and plaster on ceilings
• Excessive shingle debris in gutters or lawns
• Shingles buckling, curling or blistering