Reliable and Affordable Roof Replacement in St. Louis
Home Perfect Exteriors is St. Louis’ favorite company for roof replacements and full roof installations!
We have years of experience with all areas of roofing, from installation or replacement to storm damage repair on all roof types. Our expert roofers guide you through the entire roof replacement process. We give you the facts to help you determine whether your roof can be repaired or whether your roof needs to be replaced. We can also help you navigate getting a new roof through insurance.
The Difference with Our Professional Roof Replacement Process
First, we explain the situation with your roof and thoroughly review roof repairs vs. roof replacement.
Next, we help you choose the correct roofing material that will best protect and beautify your home or building.
Then, we schedule the work, and our fully licensed and insured roofers begin to repair or replace your roof.
Finally, we’ll leave your property better than we found it with complete cleanup.
Types of Roofs We Replace and Install Across St. Louis
Modified Bitumen Roofing
Plastic Roofing Membranes
Roof Replacement FAQs
Here are a few of the most common questions we receive about roof replacement.
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How Do You Know It’s Time to Replace Your Roof?
It can be obvious that a roof has failed if there are multiple leaks or big holes, but some signals can be more subtle. If you keep getting small leaks in different spots, other roof parts like soffits and fascia could have damage. If you have water damage all the way through to your ceilings or walls, your roof probably needs to be replaced. Home Perfect Exteriors can come out and examine your roof for free!
Can I Just Get Roof Repairs?
Of course! Repairing a roof is always the simplest, most affordable option. A couple of missing shingles or some rotten fascia can be replaced, but sometimes the damage is too great. Water can also flow through a damaged roof and cause wooden decking, attic supports, or interior walls to rot. If the proper roof maintenance has not been performed, repairs may not be enough, and a full roof replacement may be necessary. Our roof experts can help you see the situation with your roof and equip you with the information you need to make a decision. Estimates are always free!
How Often Should You Replace Your Roof?
A properly installed roof can last for decades. Always be sure to keep an eye on your roof maintenance requirements. To fully protect your home, it can be a good idea to replace your roof after 15 years or so to prevent damage that comes with an aging roof like recurring leaks or interior damage.
What is the Best Roofing Material?
The style of your roof and the type of roofing material you need depend on the style of your home or building. For example, hip roofs with asphalt shingles are common on residential homes, and commercial buildings often have flat roofs covered with materials like thermoplastic roofing. To pick the right roof type and roofing material, you need to consult with an experienced roofer like ours at Home Perfect Exteriors. We can review all of the options for your home and provide a free estimate!
How Do I Find a Roofer I Can Trust?
It can be hard and dangerous to assess your roof damage yourself. A reputable roofer you can trust will be able to safely show you the damage on your roof and give you options as to how to proceed (repairs or replacement). Estimates should always be free, and you should never be rushed to a decision! Home Perfect Exteriors has been helping homeowners for years, and our happy customers show how trusted we are!
How Do I Know What Type of Roof I Need?
Obviously, different types of houses and buildings need different types of roofs. Gable roofs and hip roofs are great for traditional-style houses with multiple floors or attached garages. Flat roofs, though commonly used on commercial buildings, are becoming more popular in residential homes with modern styling. Our expert roofers can help you determine the best type of roof for your roof replacement.