Roofing Repair and Replacement

Increase Home Value and Protect What’s Inside With a Long Lasting Roof

Whether you are installing a new roof or replacing a roof that is no longer doing its job, there are many choices in terms of the types of roofing materials available. Most roof shingles used today are technically known as asphalt fiberglass shingles. The fiberglass mat embedded in the shingle provides an extra measure of strength and tear resistance.

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Choosing the Right Roofer is Just As Important As Using Quality Materials

Home Exteriors specializes in everything from new roof installations, roof repairs and maintenance to total roof replacements. It doesn’t matter what type of roofing system we are working with, we always ensure quality workmanship, excellent customer service and a long-lasting, durable roof over your head.

Asphalt & Asphalt Fiberglass Shingles

These shingles are the most popular type of roofing for sloped roofs because they’re affordable, easy to install, durable, and available in a wide variety of colors. Premium grades of “laminated” asphalt fiberglass shingles are typically warrantied for 50 years.

For exceptional roofing Dallas services, roofing Dallas TX team of skilled professionals is here to help. Ready Roofing & Solar is dedicated to providing friendly, professional service and top-quality workmanship, ensuring that your roofing project is completed to your satisfaction. Reach out to us for all your roofing needs.

Other Quality Materials to Choose From

Flat Roofing

This roofing category is often grouped with “low-slope” roofing because many of the roofing treatments are the same. The most common flat-roofing materials used on residential and commercial buildings today include single-membrane systems like EPDM or rubber roofing, thermo-polyolefin (TPO) roofing and PVC roofing. Metal roofing is sometimes used on low-slope roofs, but not on flat roofs.