Roof Repair Contractor in Metro Phoenix

Say goodbye to that leaky roof and hello to a tranquil mind with the professional roof repair services offered by Icon Roofing in Chandler, Arizona. Our knowledgeable and proficient technicians possess the expertise to resolve any roofing repair issue, be it minor or major.

Whether it’s addressing a hairline fracture or remedying a substantial leak, rest assured that Icon Roofing has got you covered. Count on our adept team of experts to swiftly and effectively restore your roof to its former glory, safeguarding your abode from the harsh Arizona elements.

Roofing Repairs

Roofs are susceptible to many types of damage, and here are some of the most common repairs that we carry out:

Replacing Damaged & Missing Shingles

A roof’s shingles may crack or fall off in severe weather, allowing water to harm the structure and inside. Repair cracked or missing shingles immediately to prevent damage. This method replaces damaged shingles with new ones that match as closely as possible. Doing so protects the roof from water damage.

Water Leaks

Roof penetrations such as chimneys, roof vents, dormers, and pipes can cause leaks in the roof. These leaks can allow water to penetrate the roof structure and damage the home’s interior. To fix this problem, the leaks must be located and repaired. This may involve repairing damaged roofing components, sealing or caulking the leak, or installing flashing around penetrations.

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Flashing Damage

Flashings are strips made of metal or plastic that seal roof penetrations such as chimneys and vents. If flashings are missing or damaged, water can damage the roof. The damaged flashing will be removed and replaced with a new one that closely matches the old one.

Curled Shingles

Arizona’s high temperatures and dry weather can cause shingles to curl inward or outward. When shingles are damaged in this way, they need to be removed and replaced.

Worn Shingle Granules

In Phoenix, replacing granules from aged shingles is a common repair. Shingles are protected and colored with granules that can wear off over time, reducing the roof’s water protection. If a significant amount of granules are lost, the shingles should be replaced.

Nature Damage

Fixing damage caused by roof rats, bird nests, and trees rubbing against shingles and other roofing components is often necessary and requires regular maintenance.

Pipe Jacks

Pipe jacks are coverings made of metal or plastic that protect pipes as they pass through the ceiling. A faulty pipe jack can allow water to seep into the roof and cause damage. To fix a pipe jack leak, it must be removed and either replaced with a new one or reset and properly sealed.

Tile Roofing

Roof leaks, long-term damage, and premature replacements are often caused by cracked, sagging, or slipping tiles, broken flashing, or degraded underlayment. The good news is that tile roofs can be repaired with minimal effort, although it can be time-consuming.

Depending on the extent of the damage, simple tile replacement may suffice rather than a more costly, comprehensive repair.


Repairs typically involve using a flat pry bar to remove damaged tiles, inspecting the underlayment, and securely setting new tiles in place.

While concrete tiles can last for at least 50 years, well-manufactured and fitted tiles have been known to outlast the buildings they cover. Although tile roofs are more expensive than felt-shingle alternatives, they offer a long-term solution due to their durability.

Underlayment is critical for preventing leaks and extending the lifespan of a tile roof. In the Phoenix area, underlayment typically lasts between 10 to 30 years, depending on material quality, environment, and weather conditions. For example, asphalt felt underlayment lasts for 20 to 30 years, while rubberized types last at least 25 years or more.

Repair Costs

Tile quality and labor hours directly impact repair costs for tile roofs. On average, repairing a tile roof costs between $8 to $25 per square foot, with materials and labor averaging around $3 to $8 per square foot. However, relaying tiles may result in a patchy appearance, and a complete re-roofing may be necessary to achieve a perfect color match, as brand-new tiles do not easily match aged, weathered ones.

Shingle Roofing

Fixing shingle roofs isn’t particularly difficult in comparison to others. It does, however, need careful evaluation to evaluate damage and restoration. Our contractors know how to swiftly evaluate your shingle damage and estimate your repair cost.


Damage severity determines repair work. Slight wear and tear can be fixed quickly, but extensive damage may require removing and replacing huge sections of shingles, which can take time.

Faulty flashing, which stops water from entering roof seams, is a typical leak source. Flashing is inspected , repaired or replaced to prevent roof damage.

Air conditioners, satellite dishes, vents, plumbing, soffits, and fascias can also leak. To maintain your roof, our contractors are trained to recognize and fix these issues.

Repair Costs

Most homeowners evaluate repair or replacement costs. Many factors affect roofing material and labor costs. Architectural asphalt shingle roof replacement, including demolition, permits, waste disposal, and cleanup, costs $3.50 to $5.50 per square foot.

Asphalt shingle roofs in central Arizona endure 15 to 30 years and usually have 15- to 25-year material warranties.

Foam / Flat Roofing

Flat roof repairs have many considerations. Weather, bird droppings, hail, delamination, water penetration, fading, and peeling cause damage. Damage can require small repairs or a complete rebuild.


Most leaks can be fixed using a flat roof patch. Nonetheless, the roof repair method and materials must match. Modified bitumen and asphalt roll roofing are repaired with roofing tar, but EPDM rubber, TPO, and PVC have other methods.

Spray foam is useful for flat roof repairs and protection due to its smooth appearance. It seals leaky vents, edges, and pipes. Clean the roof, identify problem areas, add foam, and let it set. Scarifying and re-coating the roof follows foaming.

Repair Costs

Spray foam roofs have a 15- to 20-year warranty. However, the cost to repair a foam roof depends on the roof’s size, damage, type of foam roofing system, location, and duration. Foam roof repairs are $500 to $5,000 depending on the size of the repair.

5 Frequently Asked Roof Repair Questions

Are you curious about how our roof repair services work? If you have questions, check out the FAQs below. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to reach out to our team for assistance.

Following the onslaught of monsoons, hurricanes, thunderstorms, and hail storms, homes located in the Valley often necessitate roofing repairs. These major storms can result in missing, curling, and lifting tiles/shingles, leading to water seeping into indoor spaces and even causing structural damage.

To assess the scope of the damage, a comprehensive examination of the roof is required. The repair process entails mending or substituting the impaired or vanished shingles, and remedying leaks.

Before finalizing the project, a multi-point checklist is executed to evaluate the repairs, ensuring that the roof is sealed and weatherproofed, and that all repair work has been performed to a high standard.

Nesting animals, especially birds, can cause a variety of problems for roofs and adjacent parts of a home. These include clogging gutters, causing roof water to back up during heavy rainfall, and even damaging the roof with acid from their droppings.

One way to prevent animals from getting onto the roof is to trim bushes and branches around your home. However, if you’re already dealing with critter damage, it’s necessary to remove the nest and debris to fully restore the roof and prevent future damage.

Choosing between roof repair and replacement can be difficult. Age, condition, and repair versus replacement costs determine the best course of action. A roof replacement may be needed if it has several shingle and flashing difficulties. Repairing a few shingles may be enough.

Age, condition, and repair versus replacement cost are important factors. If a 20-year-old roof’s repair costs exceed 30 percent of its replacement cost, it’s time to replace it. Due to its age, the roof will need replacing in five to 10 years.

Wind, rain, and hail are the most common causes of roof damage. Wind can loosen or remove shingles, while rainwater can penetrate damaged areas, causing wood rot and structural problems.

Hail can also damage shingles, leading to dents, splits, and loss of granules. Moss, mold, and algae on the roof can retain moisture, causing wood decay and structural damage over time. However, this is less of an issue in the Sonoran desert.

HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and contractors can all contribute to roof leaks, and aging or missing shingles will eventually allow water to penetrate the roof.

Our contractor’s diagnosis and repair approach depend on the roof’s condition. They may opt for fixing a particular section rather than replacing the whole roofing. However, partial reroofing may result in color variations, making it difficult to match old and new roofing.

Roof repair can be simple or complex, ranging from patching leaks or holes to replacing an entirely rotted rafter section. A skilled roofer must assess the damage before deciding whether to repair or replace the roof.

About Icon Roofing

Icon Roofing firmly believes that affordable roofing should be accessible to all. As a family-owned business operating in Metro Phoenix, we take immense pride in delivering exceptional roofing repair solutions that are both cost-effective and of the highest quality.

Take the first step towards your roofing project by reaching out to our team for a project estimate. We are eagerly anticipating your contact and the opportunity to assist you.