Roofing Repairs & Roof Replacements in Chandler

In need of affordable roofing services? Whether your roof’s sprung a leak, suffered storm damage, or has reached its end-of-life, you can get a free project estimate from Icon Roofing today by clicking or calling.

Having issues with your Chandler roof? Whether you need minor repairs or a completely new roof installed, Icon Roofing is the right contractor for you. We don’t need to tell you how important a properly working roof is for keeping your family safe and protected as the consequences could mean water leaks, rodent or pest infestation, or the problem worsening. But we encourage you to do your due diligence when researching roofing contractors and you can start right here by reading our customer’s reviews.

We want you and your family to rest assured knowing your roof is ready to take on whatever mother nature throws at it. Whether it’s the next big monsoon storm to roll through or preventing bugs and other critters from making your home theirs.

We are experts at our craft and have countless years of experience to boot. Contact our team now and let us know what your issue is and how we can help. We’ll send out an expert to assess your situation and provide you with a proposal to get your repairs or replacement handled in a timely fashion.

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Chandler Roofing Services

Contact our team directly to ask about specific roofing activities; otherwise, please continue reading for an overview of our services.

Roof Inspections

Regardless of the type of roofing job that’s required, the first step in any reputable roofing contractor’s process is to conduct a full inspection of your property – both inside and out. At Icon Roofing, we dispatch a knowledgeable roofing veteran to conduct a full check of all roofing components. While properties vary, our typical roof inspection service includes:


A quick check for proper ventilation and signs of water leaks (namely stains) is a surefire way to make sure there’s no long-term damage being caused.


We inspect interior walls and ceilings for water stains, focusing on any areas of concern we identify from the outside.

Roofing Layers

Asphalt roofs, for example, can be layered; however, there are only so many layers high that they can go before having to be completely removed.

Roof Decking

When inspecting the roof we check for spongy spots, visible damage, and loose or missing nails.


Any roof penetration is an opportunity for failure, so we closely inspect all pipe jacks and vents.


Any loose, damaged, or worn down shingles should be replaced and are quickly identified by our inspection team.


While great for letting sunlight in, a skylight can also be great at letting water in if the seals and flashing have failed.


Technically a roof penetration, chimneys are known to allow water to seep in due to bad flashing, missing chimney cap, and deteriorated mortar.


Roof valleys, walls, and chimneys use flashing to redirect water, but when they fail, water seepage is inevitable.


When not clogged or damaged, gutters and downspouts should allow water to flow freely.

Roof Replacement & Installation

The unfortunate truth about roofing, regardless of the materials used, is that it will eventually deteriorate to the point of needing to be completely replaced. This includes shingle, tile, flat foam, and even metal roofs. However, if your roof is in relatively good condition and a few repairs can be done to extend its lifespan, we’ll be sure to make this option available.

The roof replacement process entails removing all of the old roofing materials, checking whether the decking or sheathing must also be replaced, and installing new underlayment, drip edging, and water barrier. Our team also provides a comprehensive inspection upon the finished work to ensure its longevity.

Icon Roofing specializes in new shingle, tile, and flat foam roofs and we work on both residential and commercial buildings. Keep in mind that replacement methods can vary depending on your roof’s size, its slope, and the material type needed. If cost is of a major concern, keep in mind that asphalt shingle roofs are on the lower end of the price spectrum.

Roof Maintenance

Maintaining a roof is the best way to ensure it lasts for decades. A proper maintenance inspection should assess the overall condition, taking note of potential problem areas. For Chandler residents, it’s recommended that you have your roof professionally inspected at least once a year, before the monsoons strike. However, a second, post-monsoon season inspection is also beneficial for preventative maintenance.

Minor roof repairs, like fixing loose or missing shingles, checking for loosened components, and making sure penetrations are properly sealed are standard activities. Additionally, any leaves or other debris that’s present should be swept off to prevent water from pooling.

If your home has gutters, a quick check for blockages or debris build-up ensures you don’t get any related roof damage.

Leak Detection & Repair

If water is making its way into your home, you likely have a roof leak. Common reasons for your roof to fail and cause a leak include a lack of maintaining it, failed caulking around penetrations, broken or missing shingles, and storm damage – wind, heavy rain, blowing debris, and tree branches.

If you have a leak on your roof, you’ll likely first notice water in your home coming through damaged drywall or a ceiling fixture – light, air conditioning vent, or overhead fan. Call to schedule a house call right away to prevent further damage.

Storm Damage Repair

Like much of the Sonoran Desert, Chandler experiences severe monsoon storms annually. These storms are known to cause quite a bit of property damage and most often to roofs. When winds pick up, shingles can fly off, heavy rains cause pooling, trees are blown over and limbs break loose, not to mention hail storms can be quite problemsome.

One of the biggest issues is Chandler’s summer heat, which leads to poor quality seals and caulking to crack around skylights, vents, and flashing. Thankfully, we don’t have to worry about winter storms causing ice and snow damage.

Commercial Roofing

We also offer commercial building roofing repairs and replacements in Chandler. We’ve worked on all types of large building’s tile, shingle, and foam roofs, including schools, churches, condos, offices, strip malls, hotels, hospitals, and industrial structures. Contact our team now to tell us about your roofing needs and for a quick estimate.

Chandler Roof Types

We specialize in repairing and replacing the following roof types.

Tile Roofing

Tiled roofing is quite literally an ancient technology used by Ancient Romans and Greeks and can be dated back to 10,000 BC China and the Middle East. Today they’re a proven roofing option that adds to a home’s curb appeal. Not to mention, tile roofs have a wide array of colors, options, and price points helping to keep them a popular option for roof replacements and new builds.

Common materials used in roof tiles include:

  • Terracotta (or clay)
  • Concrete
  • Slate
  • Metal (aluminum, steel, copper, etc.)
  • Synthetic or composite
  • Wood shakes

Shingle Roofing

While shingles come in a variety of materials, when discussing shingles in a modern context, we’re typically talking about asphalt sheets.

Shingles have a number of benefits, including the number of colors they come in, their affordability, their insulation rating, and their ease of installation. The only drawback is that they’re not as appealing as their tile counterparts nor do they last as long.

Foam / Flat Roofing

Flat foam roofs are made with spray polyurethane foam (aka SPF) and the material is great at creating an airtight, watertight, and bug-tight seal. It also makes a continuous layer across the roof, which is great for structures with irregularities.

Benefits include it being relatively inexpensive, it holds up well to the heat of mid-summer days thanks to its UV coating, plus it’s not as susceptible to monsoon storm damage as shingles or tiles.

Frequently Asked Roofing Questions

Have questions about your roof repair or replacement? If so, see if your question is answered below. If not, reach out to our team today to speak with an experienced roofer.

We aim to address your property’s storm-damaged roof as quickly as possible in effort to prevent any further damage to the interior of your home or long-term damage to its structure.

We operate on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you’ve experienced roof damage due to wind, rain, or hail, please reach out at your earliest convenience.

Critters can do a lot of damage if you’re not careful. Animals can do structural harm by chewing through roofing materials, creating holes. Their nests can clog gutters, impede water flowing through valleys, and even block roof vents. Nesting animals’ feces can also bring along various diseases, plus they can spread fleas and mites to pets.

If your roof is in disrepair and getting close to requiring a full replacement, the best thing you can do is speak with an experienced roofing contractor about whether to patch or replace.

An Icon Roofing team member can assess your existing roof and its damage, review the costs associated with a repair or replacement, and discuss the pros and cons of each.

Weather undoubtedly is the most common cause of damage to any roof, commercial or residential. Additionally, poor maintenance leads to a lot of unnecessary and expensive repair work, trees and overhanging limbs will cause damage and clog gutters, and animals – bugs, rodents, and birds that nest, burrow, and scavenge.

Another common cause of roof damage, one that we see all too often, is faulty work. Poor installation, inadequate knowledge, and low-quality materials lead to reduced lifespans and increased vulnerabilities. Always turn to licensed and bonded contractors when conducting roofing.

While each homeowner’s insurance policy differs, typical coverage includes weather-related damage; however, wear and tear usually is not included. You’ll want to make sure you understand your coverage limit and deductible. Check if your policy includes any exclusions too.

Lastly, when it comes to replacing a roof, you may hear the terms actual cash value and replacement cost. This means that some policies are designed to pay the depreciated value of the roof rather than the actual cost of a brand new one.

With proper maintenance, a tile roof can last 50-plus years, many have lasted much longer. The typical lifespan of a tile roof in The Valley is between 20 to 30 years before it needs to be replaced. Asphalt shingles last anywhere from 15 to 25 years on average. And while foam roofs can stay in use for as many as 20 years, they need to have their protective coating reapplied every five to 10 years.

There are a number of different factors that must be considered when determining the cost to install a new roof. This includes the roof size, complexity of its design, its slope, number of stories off the ground, demolition requirements, materials chosen, and more.

However, with all things considered equal, a 3,000 square-foot house tiled roof is in the $20,000 to $25,000 range on the low-end. A shingle roof would range from around $18,000 to $22,000. While a foam roof can cost $25,000 to $30,000.

Keep in mind that these are merely ballpark figures and to get an accurate estimate to replace your roof, we’ll need to send out an expert to conduct a full assessment of your property.

Chandler Roof Projects