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 long can I expect my roof system to last?
A majority of new roof systems are designed to be useful for around 20 years, sometimes more. Certain roofing materials, like certain metals, composite, clay tile, and slate, can last longer.
Your specific roof system’s lifespan is affected by a number of factors, like:
- local climate and environmental conditions
- building and roof system design
- material quality and suitability
- quality of roofing application
- frequency of roof maintenance
Make sure you understand the warranties available to you.
If my roof is leaking, do I need to have it completely replaced?
Not necessarily. Leaks can be a result of a number of things, not necessarily a faulty roof.
Sometimes, flashings have come loose or a section of the roof system may have been weather-damaged. These can typically be replaced as needed.
Generally speaking, a complete roof system failure is the only time you’d need to do a total roof replacement. However, sometimes a new roofing system is ideal if the roof is aging and a repair is not prudent.
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