Complete Roofing Services
Roof Installation - Our Process
The installation begins by removing your existing roof all the way down to the decking. Once the old material is off, we then make any necessary repairs, install the shingle underlayment and accessories, and then finally apply the shingles.
We diligently ensure that your yard is kept as neat as possible during your roof installation. The area is cleared of any roofing debris and swept with a magnet in order to pick up any stray roofing nails. We do a final inspection to ensure complete satisfaction and to answer any questions you may have.
Tips Before We Begin the Installation
During installation, your home will be a construction site, so following the guidelines below will assist in the process.
A roof is the first line of defense in protecting your home and family from the elements. As a full-service roofing company, our experienced staff at Legacy will not only professionally install a quality roof on your home, but we will also assist you in selecting the best materials that will prolong the life of your roof.
We specialize in residential re-roofing and repair of damaged roofs. We will remove and replace your existing roof or install a new roof on your new construction home. We also provide roofing repair and inspection when your roof has been damaged due to adverse weather or age.
We realize what an important investment you are making when you choose to replace or repair your roof. We take this responsibility seriously, and you can be assured that when you hire us, you will receive quality service at a reasonable price.
Whether it's an office, a church, or an apartment building, our experts will restore your roof's integrity and protect your commercial property. Roofing is our specialty. We ensure your satisfaction and will get the job done in a timely fashion so you can get back to work as usual.
Storm Damage Repair
Storm damage from hail and wind is difficult to gauge from the ground. What may appear to homeowners as minor damage, such as one or two shingles missing, can compound into much more extensive roof damage down the road?
Our representatives at Legacy Construction & Roofing are well trained and experienced in inspecting homes for storm damage. Countless times, our representatives find storm damage that is missed by both homeowners and insurance adjusters.
If your roof is leaking, it is important to prevent additional damage. We offer emergency storm damage roofing services, tarping, and cover-up services, and we will inspect your roof for FREE to ensure your roof is safe and sound.
Signs of Hail Damage
Hail, in most instances, unless it is a golf ball sized or bigger, does not cause damaged roofs to leak immediately. Damage is often difficult to see from the ground. However, there are definitely tell-tale signs a homeowner can look for to determine if their roof may have suffered hail damage.
The first thing you can check for is granule loss. This is noticeable around the gutter downspouts and the valleys of your roof. Although some granulation loss is normal, hail storm damage causes this problem to accelerate. Even pea-sized hailstones can cause significant granule loss, which will dramatically decrease the lifespan of your roof.
Hail damage will void your manufacturer's warranty. Contact Legacy Construction & Roofing for a FREE roof inspection to determine if your roof has been compromised by hail damage.
Signs of Wind Damage
Evidence of wind damage can range from missing shingles to lifted shingles with broken glue seals. Asphalt shingles adhere to one another utilizing a strip of adhesive called a glue strip or sealant strip.
When high winds break this seal, debris and dirt are blown into this glue area, destroying the seal. These shingles will often not re-seal. In order to determine if any damage has occurred after a major windstorm, it is very important to have a qualified roofer inspect your roof.
Legacy Construction & Roofing has worked in countless hurricane and wind storm areas, and our representatives are well-trained at identifying wind storm damage to homes.