Residential Roof Replacement

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Eventually, all roofs will become worn down and need to be replaced

but it can be tricky to decide whether your roof can be mended with a simple fix or if it’s time to replace it entirely. Replacement is the last option we will consider, but when reparative efforts just won’t cut it, The Roof Clinic has the expertise necessary to guarantee a quality roof replacement.

Do You have an Insurance Claim?

The Roof Clinic has the necessary tools and experience to guarantee a fair settlement from your insurance company. As an added benefit, our inspectors are HAAG certified, and we use Xactimate software to generate insurance estimates.

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Roof Repair vs. Roof Replacement

We help our clients make the right choice for their homes

The Facts

A total roof replacement can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $40,000 depending on house size and quality of the materials used. Usually, a roof can be repaired, but if it is leaking, over 20 years old or in all-around poor condition, it may be time for a replacement.

In Georgia, a New Roof Adds

$14,338

in resale value

Which to Choose?

The decision to replace a roof entirely is made based on a handful of factors, like roof material, age of roof, amount of damage from trees, wind or hail and additional repairs.

Metal roofs and flat roofs need to be replaced when they have reached or are nearing the end of their 50-70 year lifespan, whereas wooden and asphalt roofs will need to be replaced every 20-30 years if not damaged by wind, hail or trees prior to reaching their full life span. If more than 30% of your roof needs to be repaired, a full replacement is likely the most cost-effective option for you. If you have two layers of shingles on your roof or need to have new gutters installed, roof replacement is also the best option.

Signs of a Leaking Roof

Looking out for a leaking roof can prevent the need for an entire roof replacement. Keep an eye out for:

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    Curled edges on shingles

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    Watermarks on interior ceilings

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    Peeling paint on soffits

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    Mold on walls, ceilings or the roof itself

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