Our skilled roofers will deal with any of your roofing needs.
When a roof can no longer be repaired, it must be replaced with a new roof, roof replacement is the best option, we can assist you. Many people try to save money by doing minor repairs, but these can be unproductive and also cost you more in the long run. We would gladly provide you with honest recommendations for the best possible option for your roof. We provide all types of roof replacements on both residential and commercial properties like Flat Roof, Felt Roof, Tiled Roof, Lead Roof, Pitched Roof, Asphalt Roof, and Slate Roof.
It’s important to keep your roof in good shape and condition, and if you see leaks or symptoms of internal or external damage, it’s time to contact Dr. Roofs Inc. Roofs do need to be repaired. Time, weather, poor construction quality, and a lack of upkeep can all play a role. The consequences of having a leaky roof are numerous: you may have leaks, damage your roof cavities and ceiling, or the entire roof structure may rot, costing you significantly more in the long run.
Roof shingles are simple to install. If you see any damage or symptoms of wear on your roof, contact us right away to prevent water from seeping past the shingles and destroying the wood sheathing beneath. They’re tough, long-lasting, and thicker than shed felt. They don’t need to be cleaned regularly, painted, or treated with antifungal medication, and they don’t decay. You can rely on shingle roofs in any property, whether it’s a house, a store, or a warehouse. It’s time to replace the shingles if the majority of them are broken or worn out. It keeps you and your family, as well as everything else in your property, warm and dry.
Small Commercial Roofs
We provide light commercial roofing services to businesses in Columbia, South Carolina. This covers installation, repair, replacement, and maintenance to ensure that your business roof lasts as long as possible. Commercial roofs may require maintenance or even replacement over time, depending on the structure and materials used. Roofing contractors are plentiful in every town. We aim to win your business the old-fashioned way by exceeding your expectations for timely and high-quality service.
Flat Roofs And All Types Of Roofs
Flat roofs are a popular choice for both residential and commercial buildings. They can be a more cost-effective roofing choice than other options, which means that both installation and upkeep are generally less expensive. For attic or loft expansions in residences, for example, flat roofing rather than sloping roofs can enhance interior space. If you’re thinking of building a new roof, it’s critical to hire the proper roofing contractor. Dr. Roofs provides all types of roof installation, repair, and maintenance services, whether it’s felt roof, tiled roof, lead roof, pitched roof, asphalt roof, or slate roof, we will provide the highest quality work. You can prevent typical problems that might lead to structural concerns down the road if you prepare and plan properly.
Roof flashing is made up of thin metal sheets and strips of weatherproof material and is used to prevent water from leaking into any seams or corners on your roof and from seeping into your home. Dr. Roofs in Columbia, South Carolina, provides high-quality roof flashing repairs to both residential and commercial customers. One of the most common causes of leaky roofs is improper flashing installation. Roof flashing repairs may be completed to the highest standards by Dr. Roofs’s skilled roofers.
Ridge Vents Install And Repairs
Most individuals are only concerned about their roof keeping their home dry, so, logically, roof ventilation is often ignored. A well-ventilated roof, on the other hand, may make life simpler and better for people who live beneath it. Ridge vents, which are installed along the roof peak, are the most essential in any roof ventilation system. By convection, hot air that has accumulated in the attic rises and exits via the ridge vents. Ridge vents are generally hidden behind a layer of shingles on a shingle roof. The hottest air in the attic naturally rises to the roof peak and exits via the ridge vents to the outdoors.