Do I Repair or Replace my Damaged Roof?
Should you repair or replace your roof? There are a lot of factors at play. All States Home Improvement will do an assessment, get the facts, and give an expert opinion. That is why more homeowners in the Wichita, KS area turn to us for roofing than any other local roofing company.
The first step in coming to a decision on this debate is assessing the structural state of the roof. Has it suffered storm damage? Is it springing leaks in one area or in several? Is it an older roof? Is there rot in the cross boards? These are just a few of the many questions that need to be answered before a decision can be made.
All States Home Improvement will do a full, detailed assessment of your roof and provide you with a full written report of our findings. If we believe that repairs will extend the lifespan of your roof and give you a significant amount of time before you need a full replacement then we will suggest repairs. Full replacements can be costly and we only suggest them if we believe that your roof is beyond repair.
Should we find that a full roof replacement is your best option, we will work with you to choose the right roofing system to be installed. We may suggest a different roofing system than the one we are replacing, especially if the damage that leads to the replacement can be avoided by using a different material.
Whether you suggest roof repairs or a full replacement, we can get the job done and get it done right- the first time. When we perform repairs, we do more than just patch leaks- we actually improve the structural integrity of your roof. And if called upon to perform a full roof replacement, we will build you a roof that will last, using only the highest quality materials.
Call All States Home Improvement for a FREE Estimate on Roofing in Wichita KS
To learn more about our windows, siding, doors, gutters, decks, and roofing, call us at (316) 444-1220 in Wichita. Fill out our convenient request an estimate form, or stop by either of our local showrooms to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.