Roofing Contractors in Tuscaloosa, AL

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Roofing Contractors in Tuscaloosa, AL

Bluefin Exteriors LLC

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1000 Fairfax Park STE 1Tuscaloosa, AL 35406

Since 1998, Bluefin Exteriors has been your locally owned and operated source for professional roofing and storm damage claims services. We’ll work directly with your insurance company to make the roof repair or re-roofing process a simple and seamless one. Call today for a free roof evaluation and estimate.

Cook Roofing Co.

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8310 Patriot Parkway NTuscaloosa, AL 35405

Since 1927, Cook Roofing has been offering Tuscaloosa County’s residential, commercial, and industrial customers the best in roofing services for more than three generations, including leak repairs, scheduled maintenance, replacements, and more.

Shipp Roofing

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Serving Tuscaloosa, AL

Shipp Roofing is a professional roofing contractor with a reputation for building quality roofing systems. In business since 1974, we have the skill, expertise and experience necessary to ensure the success of your roofing, gutter and siding project.

More Roofing Tips

How to Patch Roof Leaks

We don’t recommend performing roof repairs yourself. Not only is it dangerous, but there's a chance the issue won't be adequately resolved.

Instead, start by mitigating any further damage by minimizing water damage however possible.

Then, call a professional roofing contractor as quickly as possible. The sooner you reach out to them, the quicker your roof will be fixed.

Next, find out if your insurance covers a roof leak. Sometimes, the roofer you hire is happy to assist in working with your insurance.

Finally, check for mold to ensure there are no lingering issues once the leak is fixed.

Learn more: I Found a Roof Leak. What Do I Do Next?

How to Reduce or Remove Ice Dams

Ice dams plague many roofs across cold parts of the country. Poor ventilation and inadequate temperature control within the attic are the two of the main causes of ice dams.

To get rid of existing ice dams, we recommend calling a professional to avoid causing any damage to your roof coverings or flashings.

Heated cables, roof rakes, calcium chloride, and ice melters are generally excellent options for reducing the occurrence of ice dams in the first place.

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