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If you have any question regarding your roof, we encourage you to schedule an appointment or phone consultation with one of our roofing experts or visit our company. We are pleased to offer all types of roofing and siding services for the needs of your family or business.
OUR RECENT WORK
For over 19 years, we’ve been providing professional, fast and reliable roofing installation, roofing repair and roofing replacement in Decatur and the surrounding areas. Below are some of our recent work and testimonials.
Our roof was severely damaged after a storm and they came within an hour of contact! They were professional, friendly, and polite and they got the roof repaired quickly. Thank you!
Jason N. – Covington
It was time for us to get a new roof. Decatur Roofing Pros gave us a detailed estimate and answered all of our questions. They started and finished on time, and more importantly on budget. Give them a call!
Alyssa J. – Stockbridge, GA
We had a roof leak that started in the middle of the night during a storm. Come to find out several shingles had come off along with other damage. These guys came out and got everything fixed super fast.
Jackie T. – Fayetteville, GA
CHECK OUT OUR FAQS
What does a new roof cost?
Nationally, the average homeowner spends about $8,000 to install a new roof, and most spend within a range of $5,300 and $10,500. There are certain cities like Denver that are higher than average at $9,200, and others that are below average like Austin, TX at $6,800. The cost breaks down to about 40% for materials and 60% in labor. Of course, every house is different and ultimately an inspection and professional estimate will have to be completed.
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Should I switch to metal roof?
Longevity. Metal roofs can last 40-70 years, depending on the material. Traditional asphalt roofing materials have an estimated life expectancy of roughly 12-20 years.
Durability. Some metal roofs can sustain wind gusts up to 140 miles per hour, will not corrode or crack, and maybe impact-resistant (depending on which metal you choose). In addition, metal roofs don’t need the periodic costly maintenance that other roofing materials often require. However, they should be inspected periodically to make sure no repairs are required.
Safety. Metal roofs will not spark and ignite into flames during a wildfire or lightning strike.
Energy efficiency. Metal roofs reflect solar radiant heat, which can reduce cooling costs by 10-25%.
Environmentally friendly. Metal roofs not only have 25-95% recycled content, depending on the material used, but are also 100% recyclable at the end of their life as a roof. In contrast, most shingle tear-off waste ends up as part of the building-related waste stream — up to 20 billion pounds per year.
Disadvantages of metal roofs
Despite their many advantages, metal roofs have some potential drawbacks.
Affordability. Metal roofs can be as much as two or three times more expensive than other roofing materials. While the life of a metal roof is much longer, investing in a metal roof only makes sense if you plan to stay in your home long enough to enjoy the cost benefits.
Noisiness. Metal roofs can be noisy, especially during a heavy rain or hailstorm. Adding more insulation during installation usually solves this problem, but that may increase costs.
Expansion and contraction. Metal roofing materials that are attached as large panels tend to expand and contract. If they are not properly installed with fasteners that allow the metal to “breathe,” the panels may loosen.
Inconsistency of color match. If a repair is required or a home extension is added years later, it may be difficult to find an exact match to the existing metal.
Performance. If water accumulates anywhere on the roof because of poor-quality installation or repair, it can eventually cause serious damage. Low-grade metals may also be thinner and less durable. Some metals rust in certain climates or dent more easily than others during hailstorms or installation.