Roofers in Billings, MT
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Roofers in Billings, MT
Rimrock is a roofing contractor in Billings that offers residential and commercial roof replacement and repair. We provide a 5 year workmanship warranty and we use the best product lines on the market. We specialize in cedar shake, slate, asphalt shingle, standing-seam and metal roofing.
Harris Homes is a locally owned and operated roofing company fully licensed and insured in the State of Montana. Founded by Justin Harris, he brings more than 22 years of roofing and construction experience to the job site. We’ll ensure the job is done right! We specialize in residential roofing, including repairs and roof replacement.
Premier Doors and Roofing is locally owned with over 20 years of experience in the roofing industry. We deliver superior customer service, quality craftsmanship and competitive rates.
We are licensed and insured for roofing in Montana, and offer free estimates, so call Premier Doors and Roofing today.
We’re a locally owned and operated roofing company offering expertise in shingle, stone-coated metal and cedar shake roofing. We are expert at replacing and repairing residential roofs, and we back the quality of our work with workmanship warranties. For all of your home’s roof repair and installation needs, contact Winkler Construction for a free estimate today.
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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
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.