Reno Roofing Services

Service Areas
Carson City
Virginia City
Incline Village
Our services

Our Roofing Services

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Roof Inspections

We’ll examine every square inch of your roof to determine your best options.

The Best Roofing Materials for Reno Homes

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are the most common roofing material in America – and for good reason. Northern Nevada roofs are subjected to intense summer sunlight and snowy winters. These shingles are designed to resist heat absorption during the scorching summers and provide excellent insulation during the colder months.

Metal Roofing

The durability and reflective properties of metal roofing provide strong resilience against the hot summer sun – and help prevent ice formation during the winter.

Tile Roofing

Tile roofing – made of clay and concrete – has a high thermal mass that reduces heat transfer in the warmer months and provides insulation in the winter.
Our process

How Our Roofing Services in Reno Work


Roof Inspection

Our roof inspection services start with an expert surveying your roof to determine if you need roof repair, some light maintenance, or a complete roof replacement.

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Upon inspection, we’ll assess your roof’s needs against your budget to find the solution that works best for everyone.

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Our roofing experts will map out the job from start to finish – providing clear pricing and timelines.

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With your approval, our roofing contractors in Reno will get to work on your roof. Regardless of your project’s scope, we work diligently to get the job done on time and without hidden costs.

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Quality Assurance

The roofing foreman will make sure the job has been completed to perfection, leaving no stone unturned.


Frequently Asked Questions 

How do you tell if a roof is good or bad?

Identifying the condition of a roof involves inspecting various elements – both visually and functionally. A good roof should have shingles that are intact, lying flat, and free from visible damages, such as cracks, curls, or missing granules. 

You’ll also need to check for any signs of leaks, stains, or water damage in the attic and on the ceilings of your rooms, as these are often indicators of a compromised roof. Furthermore, a well-maintained roof should have clean, unclogged gutters and downspouts.

A bad roof will show signs of aging or damage, which can involve sagging, visible light through the roof boards in the attic, or widespread moss/algae growth. Additionally, compromised flashing around vents and chimneys could create leaks. 

Many of these signs can be spotted on your own. But it’s recommended to speak to a professional roofing company for a comprehensive examination.

When should I replace my roof?

Depending on the material, roofs generally have a lifespan of 20-30 years, or sooner if you notice warning signs of deterioration. These indicators can include frequent leaks, missing or damaged shingles, sagging, and ongoing pests or mold. 

External factors, like severe weather conditions, can also age your roof prematurely and necessitate an earlier replacement. Regular inspections/maintenance will help you determine when it's the right time to invest in a new roof to safeguard your property. 

Our roofing services in Reno are based on evaluating the condition of your roof and providing expert advice on whether repair, maintenance, or replacement is necessary.

Do I have to replace gutters and downspouts?

Replacing gutters and downspouts becomes necessary when they no longer effectively manage water runoff from your roof, which is crucial to prevent water damage to your home's foundation. 

Signs that replacement may be needed include persistent clogs, leaks, rust, visible holes, or sagging sections of gutters. While some issues can be resolved with repairs, frequent problems or extensive damage often warrant a complete replacement. 

Periodically examining the condition of your gutters and downspouts, especially after severe weather or during autumn when leaves may cause blockages, ensures that they remain in good working order and helps you determine when a replacement is warranted.

What if my newly installed roof leaks?

If your newly installed roof is leaking, it's imperative to address the issue immediately to prevent further damage. Talk to your Reno roofing services provider to discuss warranties or guarantees on workmanship. 

Be sure to document all occurrences of leaks and any communications with the roofing company, as this data could be crucial if disputes or warranty claims arise.

What makes a roof go bad?

A roof can go bad due to a variety of factors including weather damage, improper installation, and neglect. The natural aging process of roofing materials also contributes to its deterioration. Furthermore, issues like ongoing leaks and wear & tear from UV radiation can compromise the structural integrity of a roof, necessitating repair or replacement.

What time of year is best for roof repairs?

The best time for roof repairs is in the late spring to early fall months when the weather is generally stable, dry, and warm. This timeframe provides roofing contractors with safer working conditions and ensures that materials seal effectively during the installation or repair process. 

However, urgent repairs should not be delayed due to seasonality, as unchecked damage could lead to more severe issues. In emergency situations or for routine maintenance, a professional roofer may be able to carry out certain tasks during the off-seasons.

What type of roof adds the most value to a home?

Metal roofing generally adds considerable value due to its longevity, durability, and energy efficiency. Metal roofs are known to last up to 30-50+ years with proper maintenance. s, 

Green roofs – or ones with solar panels installed – may also elevate a home's value by enhancing its environmental friendliness and energy efficiency. Ultimately, a roof that complements the architectural style of the house, while also offering durability and low maintenance, is likely to add the most value.