Roof Repair Contractors in Spring Hill, FL

It is essential to catch a failing roofing system early in order to repair the roof versus replace it.  Hometown lists trusted reviews and verified credentials for roof repair contractors in Spring Hill, FL, so you can get help from a quality pro to fix your roof.

Damaged roof being repaired
6 verified reviews
6 verified credentials
7334 America Way, New Port Richey FL 34654

We know that the most difficult part of a roof repair is finding a contractor that you can trust. Bayside Roofing Professionals has generations of local roofing experience and know how to get the job done right, the first time. 

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(727) 346-8626
2 verified reviews
5 verified credentials
7837 Rhodes Road, Hudson FL 34667

1st Choice Roofing promises to meet or exceed your expectations. We specialize in roof repair utilizing the highest quality product lines designed for durability. We accurately diagnose your roof problems and offer affordable solutions. 

Unverified Roofing Contractors

C. Sterling Quality Roofing Inc
4211 Shoal Line Blvd, Spring Hill, FL 34607
(352) 596-2890
JM Smith Roofing Inc
4268 Flexer Dr, Spring Hill, FL 34607
(352) 556-4853
Baillie Roofing & Construction Inc
5409 Provost Dr, Holiday, FL 34690
(727) 944-2811
Wal General Roofing Inc
7098 73rd St N, Pinellas Park, FL 33781
(727) 548-4655
Greater Bay Roofing Inc
3680 66th Ave N, Pinellas Park, FL 33781
(727) 345-5811
Lindsay Folds Roofing Inc
3120 Matchlock Dr, Holiday, FL 34690
(727) 846-0994
General Roofing Company
8914 El Portal Dr, Tampa, FL 33604
(813) 931-4620
All Area Roofing & Waterproofing, Inc.
1820 N 57th St, Tampa, FL 33619
(813) 247-7663

Roof Repair FAQ in Spring Hill, FL

Cost of typical shingle roof repairs

Shingle roofs aren't quite as durable as tile, metal or rubber roofing. That said, an asphalt shingle roofing system is usually less expensive than fixing other types of roofs such as slate, shake or tile. Shingles are readily available, inexpensive and easy to install.

To give a ballpark figure --  let’s say you have a 25 square foot (5 ft. by 5 ft.) section of shingle roof damaged in a wind storm. The cost of replacing the weakened shingles would typically range $200 to $400, depending upon where you live and the type of shingles used.

Signs that it's time to call a contractor for detection of roof leaks or weakened structure:

Give your local roofing contractor a call if your roof shows:

  • Ceiling or wall water stains
  • Roof or ceiling sagging
  • Ice dams during colder months (large buildup of ice on gutters, with large icicles)
  • Water pooling on the roof
  • Excessive mold/algae/moss growth on roof may be a signal water is trapped beneath the outer layer of roofing material
  • Condensation in your attic just below the roofing structure

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