Fountain Hills Roofing Contractor
Shingle, tile and flat roof systems for Fountain Hills property owners.
Many time homeowners are scared into purchasing a whole new roof. Many times that can be avoid with a simple roof repair. In most cases, tile roofs can be repaired. The challenge is the underlayment. If your tile underlayment is too old or brittle it may be difficult to tie into and make watertight.
Older flat roofs like foam, built up or modified can be easily repaired if you get top them in time. Letting flat roofs go too long can cost you more in the long run.
Fountain Hills area roof inspections and roof certifications - call 602-829-9484
Do really know what the condition of your tile; shingle or foam roof is in? Are you concerned about the condition of your roof? Many local property owners look to roofing contractors to give them a fair assessment of their roof. Remember, to most roofing contractors, “Every Roof Needs to be Replaced!” Well, not every roofer, but you get the idea.
Roof Certifications For Fountain Hills Buildings
A certified roof inspector (not just any Arizona roofing contractor) can perform a proper roof certification. The certified roof inspector will inspect the condition of your roof and any issues he or she may find. They can report on condition of the roofing material, age of roof, inspects the ridges, caps and drip edges. Certified roof inspectors will inspect flashings, pipes and other penetrations. On tile roofs they will remove field tiles and inspect the felt, look at the batten system and look for tile movement or missing and broken tiles.
If the roof does not require any roof repairs, the certified roof inspector will issue a 2-year Leak Free Roof certification. If the roof requires repairs, after the repairs are made by a licensed roofing contractor, then the 2-year Leak Free Roof Certification will be issued.
Fountain Hills, Arizona
Fountain Hills is rich in history. There is great local history, but the surrounding area is full of colorful stores and legends. From wagon trains, local Yavapai Indian Nation, to military out posts and miners seeking to strike it rich. There are many different styles of homes and commercial buildings in the area, all with unique roof issues. Founded December 15, 1970, when the “worlds tallest fountain” was turned on for the first time in the community’s Fountain Park.