Roofing Repairs & Roof Replacements in Gilbert

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.

Icon Roofing’s team of Gilbert roofing professionals are a trustworthy source for all of your roofing repair and installation needs. We understand the importance of having a properly functioning roof to keep rainwater out, prevent infestation by rodents or insects, and stop a small problem from turning into a much more expensive nightmare. Not sure if we’re the right roofing contractors for your project? If so, put your mind at ease by reading our countless five-star customer reviews!

If you’re worried about your roofing holding up to the next major monsoon storm or concerned about rodents making their way into your attic, give us a call for a thorough roof inspection.

We have a wealth of roofing experience and can dispatch an expert to assess your roof’s needs. Simply give us a call to schedule a time and we’ll gladly provide you with an estimate to do the needed repairs or replace any damaged roofing with modern, state-of-the-art materials guaranteed to keep your family protected for decades to come. If your roof is damaged, fix it sooner rather than later to prevent further deterioration.

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Gilbert Roofing Services

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

Roof Inspections

A roof assessment, including an integrity inspection, is the first step of any repair job or replacement. This is why we send out an experienced and knowledgeable roofing expert to conduct a thorough multi-step inspection prior to beginning any work. The following details the most common items our team looks for during our check:


A quick inspection of the attic can reveal a lot, such as water stains from leaks, ventilation issues, and even damaged plywood.


An interior inspection can help with leak identification through damaged or stained sheetrock.

Roofing Layers

Some roofs can be layered on top of old ones; however, this can impact demolition costs and lead to integrity failure.

Roof Decking

If your roof decking has been compromised, we’ll know when it feels spongy when walking on or there are signs of missing nails.


Most homes have ventilation systems for plumbing fixtures; however, these are often areas of concern that require careful inspection.


Loose shingles can lead to more severe damage, but visibly damaged, missing, and loose ones are easy to spot.


Skylights are great for lighting up dark areas of the home but can also be thoroughfares for water to leak inside.


A chimney’s mortar can deteriorate, the flashing can be damaged from storm activity, and caps can be missing or broken.


Flashing is great for keeping water away from entry points, but valleys, walls, and chimneys must be checked for any damage.


When water flows gutters don’t pose any roofing problems, so an inspection for blockages is needed.

Roof Replacement & Installation

Eventually just about every roof, regardless of whether yours is shingle, tile, metal, or a foam roof, needs to be replaced with a new one. However, upon inspection, if your roof can survive for a few more years with some less costly repair work, our team will let you know.

When it comes to replacing your roof, we start by removing all of the old, worn out material. We then assess the decking and sheathing to determine if it too needs to go. We then ensure your roof won’t have any issues for quite some time by installing a new water barrier, drip edge, and underlayment. When done, we give your new roof a multi-point inspection to ensure our work will be long-lasting.

We provide both commercial and residential roof installations, but are limited to shingle, tile, and float foam roofs. Do note that the price and method of installation varies based on the type of roofing, the size of the roof to be replaced, and its slope. If the price to replace your old roof is of a major concern, know that asphalt shingles are the most cost-effective; however, they’re not always as durable as other materials.

Roof Maintenance

In order to make sure your roof is long-lasting, you should have regular maintenance performed. A pro inspection should assess the roof’s overall condition and identify potential problems. An annual inspection, shortly before the monsoon storms strike Gilbert, is highly recommended. But a post-stormy season inspection can further protect your home from unnecessary roof repairs.

General roof maintenance includes hammering down loose shingles, checking components to ensure they’re snugly secured, and making sure the seal around any penetrations is still good. Dirt, leaves, and twigs can tend to accumulate on roofs which will trap rainwater. Any pooling, such as this, can lead to leaks.

If you have gutters, a quick inspection for clogs or any debris build-up makes sure that when the rain does arrive, you won’t have to worry about any roof damage from them.

Leak Detection & Repair

A poorly maintained roof is a recipe for a leak if you’re not careful. The most common reasons for your roof to leak include a failed seal, like caulking around a skylight or ventilation pipe, broken shingles, and storm damage – falling trees and branches, high winds, blowing debris, and heavy rainfall.

If you have a leak, you’ll probably see it in the form of water coming through the ceiling around a fan, light fixture, or HVAC vent. Otherwise, you might see your ceiling’s sheetrock start to bulge out as water collects on top of it. If you have a leak, don’t wait to call for help as the damage will get worse.

Storm Damage Repair

If you live in Gilbert, you likely know how intense monsoon storms can be. These storms cause debris to launch through the air, trees to topple, branches to break away, and roofing materials to take flight. Plus heavy rains cause pooling, which can lead to water seepage.

While Gilbert doesn’t have to deal with snow or ice, hailstorms producing golfball size hail are a real threat. Another issue with living under the Sonoran Desert’s summer sun is that it dries out caulked sealants and rubber seals around vents and skylights.

Commercial Roofing

We’re also your go-to roofing contractor for Gilbert commercial buildings. Reach out for a quick estimate on repairing or replacing tile, shingle, or foam roofs on schools, office buildings, industrial complexes, churches, community centers, hospitals, apartments, storefronts, and hotels, to name a few.

Gilbert Roof Types

We specialize in repairing and replacing the following roof types.

Tile Roofing

Tiles have been used for many thousands of years to roof structures dating back to China and the Middle East 10,000 BC. Throughout the ages, this time-tested technology continues to dominate as a top choice for roofing type. Not only are tiles affordable, but they come in many different colors and designs – giving property owners lots of options to choose from.

Some of the most common materials tile roofs are made of are:

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

Shingle Roofing

Shingle roofs come in many different materials; however, in modern construction when referring to shingle roofs, we’re namely discussing the asphalt kind. These modern shingles have a number of advantages, including how inexpensive they are, the number of colors you can choose from, and how easy they are to install.

Shingles are also designed to stand up to the elements, both heat and rain in Central Arizona, but they don’t last as long as tiles and many home shoppers prefer the latter.

Foam / Flat Roofing

Foam roofing is made with a spray polyurethane foam (SPF) that’s great at making a tight, waterproofing seal that keeps heat and invasive insects on the outside.

Foam roofs are great at holding up to monsoon wind and rain. Not to mention, thanks to its UV coating, the heat of the Sonoran sun is reflected away from the property.

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.

Gilbert Roof Projects