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TRUSTED RESIDENTIAL ROOF REPAIR CONTRACTORS IN SOUTH FLORIDA & TAMPA AREA

Types of Roofs We Specialize In

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Aerial view of a residential property with a gray shingled roof provided by South Florida roofing services, featuring a backyard pool and neatly landscaped garden.

Shingle Roofs

Asphalt roof shingles are the most popular and economical type of residential roofing material. They come in a variety of colors and styles.

Tile Roofs

We live in an area of South Florida that was influenced heavily by both Addison Mizner and Maurice Fatio, famous society architects

Metal Roofs

Why should you choose a metal roof? Known for their durability, strength and attractive appearance, metal roofs are a popular option among homeowners and landlords.

Low Slope Roofs

From planning to completion, our craftsman and staff are responsible for every roofing project we take on South Florida.

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Great Savings

During your roof repair, if you are interested in saving money on your homeowner's insurance, be sure to ask your consultant which discounts your house would qualify for.

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Finance Help

There are multiple different ways to help finance your roof repair project. At Chase Roofing, we like to make our customer’s lives as easy as possible.

Call us here (305)Roofing to finance your roofing work.

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Repairs for Damaged Roofing

Unfortunately, many homeowners don’t call residential roofing companies until it’s too late to do proper maintenance on their roof, and the only choice they have left is to replace the whole thing! Don’t let this happen to you, as “prevention is always better than the cure,” and this same philosophy applies to your roofing needs. Performing proper maintenance and repairs on your roof will save you money over time and prolong the life of your roof, adding value and peace of mind along the way.

Chase Roofing provides high-quality repairs for all kinds of residential roofing; we have experience with shingles, tiles, metal roofing, and more!

Residential Roofing Services in South Florida

Chase Roofing is situated in South Florida and is considered a reputable and trustworthy roofing contractor. We cover both residential buildings and commercial buildings when it comes to roofing. Our main objective is to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction before, during, and after each roof installation project we undertake. Our team includes many skilled professionals whose expertise and experience mean you always get top-notch roofing solutions. Our in-office and on-site support staff also help with the customer experience throughout the entire process. Our company only uses premium materials that guarantee long-lasting durability on all our roofing jobs. This enhances your home’s visual appeal, protects it from harsh Florida weather, and increases your home or building’s worth.

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Cracked or Missing Shingles

Missing or cracked shingles might initially seem harmless, but it is essential to have these checked out and replaced. Broken or missing shingles can cause water to leak from your roof and cause water damage inside of your home, which will be much more expensive and time-consuming to repair in the long run!

Roof Leaks

Having a leaky roof is a big problem because leaks have the tendency to get worse over time. It is vital to get ahead of this problem by having routine maintenance done on your roof, especially before hurricane season. The weather in South Florida can bring extreme conditions, and it will be harder to repair your leaky roof as time goes by and the problem becomes worse.

Chase Roofing offers free estimates on any residential roofing repair job, including roof leaks!

Flashing Failures and Underlayment Issues

A roof’s flashing is meant to protect your overall roofing structure, specifically its seams and edges. However, if your flashing has taken on damage, it can be a source of leaks that can bring water damage into your home. Not recognizing and fixing the problem early will only compound it – that’s why it’s vital to address the situation in the beginning before it turns into a much larger problem.

Having the correct type of underlayment in the right places is key. There are places on your roof that are more vulnerable than others, such as the walls, valleys, and penetrations. These areas require a higher quality underlayment to protect your roof. 

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Complete Roof Installation or Replacement

Complete roofing replacements are something that most homeowners dread and tend to put off over time. A complete roof installation or replacement will take a lot of time and money, but it is a much-needed investment so that your home and loved ones are protected.

If the roof replacement is due to a natural disaster or accident, check with your insurance agent to make sure that it is covered. Our team of professionals at Chase Roofing can help assess your situation and recommend the best course of action. We also will work with your public adjuster as they work on your insurance claims process, ensuring that you get the coverage you are entitled to!

Roofing Inspections and Estimates

Getting your roof inspected by a trusted South Florida roofing contractor is essential, especially before storm and hurricane season. This ensures that your roof is in tip-top shape to combat the harsh weather conditions that are about to come.

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Types of Roofing We Specialize In

We specialize in all kinds of roofing, and there are many options for your residential roof. Here are some of the different types of roofing that we specialize in:

Shingle Roofs

Asphalt shingle roofs have become quite popular for homeowners because they are one of the most affordable options when it comes to installing new roofs or repairing an existing one.

You will have many shingle options to choose from, including 3-tab asphalt, general architectural, or the classic architectural style. Our team at Chase Roofing will be able to recommend and specify the type for you, depending on your home’s unique needs. Each style comes with its own benefits and looks to further enhance your home’s appearance.

Tile Roofs

Tiles are a popular option for roofing in Florida because of their durability and attractive options that you can choose from. Tile roofing can withstand severe weather that can pound your home, like hurricanes with strong winds and pouring rain.

A tile roof also can provide resistance to damage brought about by insects and can be an excellent barrier to combat rotting on your home’s roof.

Metal Roofs

Tiles are a popular option for roofing in Florida because of their durability and attractive options that you can choose from. Tile roofing can withstand severe weather that can pound your home, like hurricanes with strong winds and pouring rain.

A tile roof also can provide resistance to damage brought about by insects and can be an excellent barrier to combat rotting on your home’s roof.

Low Slope Roofing

Unlike sloped roofing, which is a standard option, low slope roofing is an excellent alternative because it is affordable and provides a modern look to any property.

Although they are commonly referred to as flat roofs, low slope roofs have a slight slope and are not entirely flat. This is so that rainwater will be drained effectively and slide off the roof’s surface.

We offer multiple types of low slope roofing materials that have significant advantages. Some of these systems can easily last up to 20-plus years with the proper roof maintenance. Granulated rolled roofing and TPO or two of the most common here in Florida.

How to Choose a Roofing Contactor For Your Home

Choosing the right Florida roofing company can be challenging because there are a lot of options out there. There are a variety of things that you should look for in a company that offers residential roofing repairs.

Experience Matters in the Roofing Industry

The roofing industry is highly regulated. You need to make sure that the residential roofing company you are dealing with is reputable and has the experience necessary to install or repair your roof.

Our group of experts at Chase Roofing has been delivering quality roofing to South Florida residents for nearly two decades. We only use the highest quality materials and provide unmatched customer service along the way.

NOTE: Hiring a licensed contractor will help remove the guesswork when it comes to a company’s ability and experience. This is important because licensed contractors are bonded and insured, which will guarantee the work that they’ll be doing on your roof. Chase Roofing is an accredited member of the Roofing Contractors Association of South Florida and has been OSHA certified since our company’s beginnings in 2002.

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Contact Chase Roofing for a Free Residential Roofing Estimate Today

Our group of experts will help you every step of the way when it comes to your residential roofing needs. If you suspect that your home’s roofing has sustained damage, or if you’re curious about your roof’s lifespan, contact Chase Roofing today for a free estimate!

Residential Roof Repair Cost

There is no easy way to tell you the cost of a roof repair without seeing it first.

When pricing a roof repair we take into account the type of material, difficulty of the access, and type of repair. Some repairs might be replacing a missing shingle, which is a quick fix. While others, such as a valley repair on a tile roof, could be significantly more because of all the work involved. A tile valley repair requires the removal of a lot of tiles, replacing the underlayment, and installing the new tile. The labor and material cost significantly increase. 

That being said, a repair could run you anywhere from $500 to $2,000 depending on the items listed above. We will give you a free estimate, click here to schedule a time to meet with us. 

When To Repair Or Replace Your Home’s Roof

If your roof is not too old and it was installed properly then it should be perfectly fine to repair it. The problem you run into is when the roof is so old that you repair something this year and next year another issue shows up because the whole roof has reached its useful life span. Since a full replacement can cost well into the thousands of dollars, if you can repair it, that is ideal. 

There are also scenarios when the roof leak occurs because of poor workmanship and the whole roof has the same issue all over the place. At this point, it doesn’t make sense to repair it because of all the other issues that will continue to occur.

Your homeowner’s insurance will require a new roof at a certain point, so it’s important to know when that will be and see if it still makes sense to repair it if the following year you will be wanting to replace it. 

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