This flat roof in Sun City was in need of replacement.
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Regardless of how small or big of an issue your Phoenix roof is facing, Icon Roofing is the company to call for quick and reliable repair work and replacements. We know how important it is for your family’s safety and security to have a roof that keeps leaking water out of the house, stops rodents and insects from entering your home, and prevents small issues from becoming larger ones. Check out our stellar customer reviews so that you know we’re the real deal – able to get the job done right the first time and at an affordable price.
Rest assured knowing Icon Roofing’s quality of work has your roof ready to withstand the strongest monsoon storms and that rodents can’t make their way into your attic to nest.
As Ahwatukee roofing experts you can count on our team to get the job right the first time. Simply give us a call to schedule a housecall and we’ll have an experienced roofing professional assess your damage or replacement needs and provide you with a fair estimate to get it taken care of.
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A thorough roof inspection is the first step in the process of both roof repair work and replacements. Our team has the experience to know exactly what to look for and where to look. The following includes, but isn’t limited to, the aspects of your roof that are commonly damaged and could potentially lead to leaks.
If accessible, the attic can clue inspectors in on damaged decking, leaks where water stains exist, and improper ventilation.
If your walls or ceilings show water damage, that’s a surefire sign you have a failure in your roofing.
If your roof has been layered over, it could eventually cause leaks and it could add to the cost of removing old materials for replacement jobs.
Sponginess and missing nails are two of the most obvious signs that your decking needs to be repaired.
Penetrations, like ventilation pipe jacks, are commonplace for leaks but a thorough inspection can identify potential for problems down the road.
By visually inspecting, looking for loose or missing nails, and checking for bumps, we can identify bad shingles.
Ensuring glass and framing for your skylight is properly sealed prevents future leaks.
Chimney caps, masonry mortar, and flashing are three areas of concern for chimneys.
When working properly, flashing stops water from seeping down walls, penetrating valleys, and getting in through chimneys, which is why it must be closely inspected.
A quick inspection of gutters and downspouts for clogs can prevent more costly roof repairs in the future.
All roofs must eventually be replaced, regardless of whether you have a shingle, tile, metal, or flat foam roof. But that’s not to say that your roof needs to be replaced immediately. Upon inspection, our experts will inform you of whether you can make some repairs to extend your roof’s lifespan or not.
When roof replacement is required, our team begins by ripping out all of the original materials and assessing the remaining decking and sheathing for structural stability. Part of the installation process includes the installation of a new water barrier, drip edging, and underlayment. Before calling the project done, we perform a multi-point inspection to ensure our work will last for decades to come.
Icon Roofing specializes in new shingle, tile, and flat foam roofs. We offer roof replacement and installation services on both commercial and residential buildings. In effort to keep your costs down, you should know that asphalt shingles, which are available in a wide range of colors and sizes, are a less expensive, yet durable option available to you.
Properly maintaining your roof is key to extending its life expectancy. If feasible, get your roof inspected before and after monsoons to keep any potential damage at a minimum. However, at the very least, annual inspections should be done to make sure problem areas don’t turn into roofing nightmares.
When conducting standard roofing maintenance tasks, loose shingles are secured or replaced, roof components are checked and loose items are secured, plus any penetrations, like skylights or vents, are checked for cracks around seals and addressed accordingly. To prevent rainwater from pooling on the roof, debris, like leaves, twigs, and birds’ nests, are brushed off.
To make sure gutters don’t overflow and cause roof damage, they are checked for blockages and any problemsome debris is removed.
A leaking roof is often due to a poorly maintained one. Additionally, high winds and rain can cause damage to the roof, fallen trees or branches can also poke holes in your roofing, plus missing or damaged shingles, tiles, and flashing can all be the culprit. If your roof is leaking, call our team immediately so that we can identify and fix the problem before it causes more damage.
Inside the home, a common sign of a small leak is water stains on walls and ceilings, bulging in the ceiling’s drywall, or water itself coming out through the ceiling fan, light fixture, or AC registers.
If you’ve lived in Phoenix for more than a few years, you’ve surely had your fair share of monsoon season fun. These intense storms bring haboobs, heavy rains, and strong winds. Winds are known to carry debris, cause shingles and tiles to fly off, topple trees, and due to the weight of the rain that collects on tree branches, they regularly break loose too.
One of the problems Phoenix residents have to deal with is the heat of the desert sun in mid-summer, which is known to cause poor-quality seals and caulking to crumple and fail. When mixed with heavy rains, this is a recipe for a leak. And while we don’t have to worry about winter storm damage, golfball size hail is known to strike the area.
Icon Roofing also offers repairs and roof replacements on commercial buildings in Phoenix. We have experience fixing shingle, tile, and flat/foam roofs on all types of structures, including condominium complexes, office buildings, hospitals, businesses, hospitals, schools, churches, and more. Reach out today for a quote.
We specialize in repairing and replacing the following roof types.
Tile roofing is a technology that researchers have dated back as far as 10,000 BC in regions of China and the Middle East. Archeologists also recognize tile roofing in many ancient Roman and Greek structures. Today, tile roofs are just as commonly used with many houses and multi-family residences being adorned with them. Tiles come in a number of styles and colors plus the materials they’re made of are durable and affordable.
Not all roof tiles are made the same as they come in many types of materials, including:
Asphalt shingles are the most common type of material used on Central Arizona homes, although there are various other types of shingles roofs are made with.
Asphalt has a number of advantages, such as its ability to withstand the summer heat and the monsoon season storms. Additionally, it’s an affordable alternative to tile, mostly due to how easy it is to install, and thanks to an abundance of color options, they look great too.
Spray Polyurethane Foams (SPF) roofs have a number of advantages. They create tightly sealed penetrations, they’re watertight, and do a great job of keeping bugs out.
Additionally, they hold up great to the elements. Including the epic monsoon storms the Sonoran Desert receives plus, thanks to its UV coating, heat is deflected making it a great insulator.
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.
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