Roof Services in MO and IL, including Florissant, Ballwin & St. Louis.

Roof Replacement in Florissant, Ballwin, Saint Louis, Saint Charles, MO and IL

Roof replacement in Florissant

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It's a major expense to replace an old roof with a new one. In addition to finding a good contractor who will complete your re-roof job for a reasonable price, you may need to decide whether or not you want the new roof to be the same type as the old. Roofers Nation provides the best value in roof replacement for home and business owners throughout Missouri and Illinois.

How do I know what’s best for my home?

The condition of your roof is important for obvious reasons. Whether you need repair work, new gutters, or a new roof, it’s smart to deal with an established, full-service roofing contractor. Together you can consider your budget, how long you plan to live in your house, and other factors in order to establish your best course of action.

Roof Replacement Options:

Replacing an asphalt shingle roof. It's usually possible to install a new asphalt shingle roof over an existing asphalt shingle roof, providing that the roof structure is sound. But if there are already two layers of roofing in place, the entire roof will have to be stripped down to the roof sheathing. As with any roof replacement, the flashing will also need to be either replaced or renewed.

Flat roof replacement. Because a flat roof can allow water (in the form of rain, snow and ice) to collect rather than to drain, leaks and moisture damage are more common with this roof type. So any flat roof replacement should include a careful inspection of the roof structure for signs of moisture damage. The good news about replacing a flat roof is that it's also an excellent opportunity to increase the building's energy efficiency by installing new rigid foam insulation board beneath the new roofing material.

Replacing concrete tile roofs. When an old concrete tile roof develops enough leaks or broken tiles to justify roof replacement rather than spot repairs, homeowners often choose to have a less-expensive roofing material installed –like asphalt shingles, for example. But if the new roof is to be concrete tile, homeowners need to choose between several commonly available tile shapes. When the old roof tiles have been removed, the roof structure can be inspected and repaired as necessary. Then a new waterproof roof membrane can be installed before the new roofing goes on.

Clay tile roof replacement. Because of the expense involved in replacing a clay tile roof, some homeowners elect to have a different roofing material installed after the clay tile roof is removed. Once the roof has been cleared of tile, the roof structure can be inspected and repaired as necessary. The horizontal and/or vertical battens used to install some tile roofs may need to be repaired or replaced before a new tile roof can be installed. The roofing contractor may also recommend installing a new waterproof membrane prior to installing the new roofing material.

Replacing a wood shingle roof. A wood shingle roof never wears out evenly, since some areas of the roof receive more exposure to the weathering effects of sunlight and moisture than others. When spot repairs become necessary on an ongoing basis, many homeowners elect to have the entire roof replaced. Today many roofing contractors recommend installing a "rainscreen" material beneath a wood shingle roof, instead of nailing the shingles directly against the roof sheathing. The resilient rainscreeen material creates an airspace beneath the roof shingles that promotes drainage and drying.

Slate roof replacement. Roofing slates are typically installed over horizontal strapping. When a slate roof is replaced, workers will inspect the roof structure, strapping and moisture barrier, making repairs as necessary. Synthetic slate roofing, made from recycled rubber products, is sometimes installed as an alternative to genuine slate roofing.

Metal roof replacement. Metal roofs can require replacement because roof panels have been damaged by high winds or impacts. Replacement may also be called for when panels rust or the factory-applied finish deteriorates. When an old metal roof is replaced with a new one, building owners sometimes choose to install a metal roof that has a different profile. This is possible because installation details usually remain the same.

Replacing roof flashing. Roof flashing plays a critical role in protecting a building from moisture damage. For this reason, roof flashing should be inspected several times a year to make sure it's in good condition. Some flashing is made from aluminum or copper, while other flashing is made from rubber or plastic sheet material. When new roofing is installed, some types of roof flashing can remain in place, while other types of roof flashing must be replaced. For example, old step flashing is usually replaced, while the counterflashing used on chimneys is typically reused. Valley flashing is usually replaced.

How long will my new roof last?

The type of roofing, the design of your roof and other factors determine how long a new roof will last. But here’s one thing you can count on: Roofing materials are much better today than they were 20 years ago. For example, some premium-grade asphalt shingles carry 50-year manufacturer’s warranties. Other roofing products (flashing, waterproof membranes and sealants) have also been significantly improved.

We work in St. Charles, Florissant, Ballwin, Saint Louis, Chesterfield, O Fallon, Granite City, Saint Peters and nearby in Missouri and Illinois. Call us today!

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Serving MO and IL including the Greater St. Louis area
Our Missouri and Illinois Service Area
Cities in Clinton County, IL
Albers
Aviston
Bartelso
Beckemeyer
Breese
Carlyle
Germantown
Hoffman
Huey
Keyesport
New Baden
New Memphis
Trenton

Cities in Greene County, IL
Carrollton
Eldred
Greenfield
Hillview
Kane
Patterson
Rockbridge
Roodhouse
White Hall
Wrights

Cities in Macoupin County, IL
Benld
Brighton
Bunker Hill
Carlinville
Chesterfield
Eagarville
Gillespie
Girard
Hettick
Modesto
Mount Olive
Nilwood
Palmyra
Piasa
Sawyerville
Scottville
Shipman
Staunton
Virden
Wilsonville

Cities in Madison County, IL
Alhambra
Alton
Bethalto
Collinsville
Cottage Hills
Dorsey
East Alton
Edwardsville
Glen Carbon
Godfrey
Granite City
Hamel
Hartford
Highland
Livingston
Madison
Marine
Maryville
Moro
New Douglas
Roxana
Saint Jacob
South Roxana
Troy
Venice
Wood River
Worden

Cities in Monroe County, IL
Columbia
Fults
Hecker
Maeystown
Renault
Valmeyer
Waterloo

Cities in Franklin County, MO
Beaufort
Berger
Catawissa
Gerald
Gray Summit
Grubville
Labadie
Leslie
Lonedell
Luebbering
New Haven
Pacific
Robertsville
Saint Albans
Saint Clair
Stanton
Sullivan
Union
Villa Ridge
Washington

Cities in Jefferson County, MO
Arnold
Barnhart
Cedar Hill
Crystal City
De Soto
Dittmer
Festus
Fletcher
Hematite
Herculaneum
High Ridge
Hillsboro
House Springs
Imperial
Kimmswick
Liguori
Mapaville
Morse Mill
Pevely

Cities in Saint Charles County, MO
Augusta
Cottleville
Defiance
Flinthill
Foristell
Lake Saint Louis
New Melle
O Fallon
Portage Des Sioux
Saint Charles
Saint Peters
Wentzville
West Alton

Cities in Saint Louis County, MO
Ballwin
Bridgeton
Chesterfield
Earth City
Eureka
Fenton
Florissant
Glencoe
Grover
Hazelwood
Maryland Heights
Saint Ann
Saint Louis
Valley Park

Cities in Washington County, MO
Belgrade
Cadet
Caledonia
Irondale
Mineral Point
Potosi
Richwoods
Tiff

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