Residential Roofing


Residential Roofs Delivered On Time and On Budget

Your roof battles the elements all day, every day.

It can feel like an enormous challenge when it comes time to replace your roof.
~ Should you repair or replace your roof?
~ What type of material should you use? Shingles or Metal?
~ How much will your insurance cover?
~ Can I get a discount on my insurance premium for my new roof?

You deserve to be confident that your home is safe from the next storm without having to become a roofing expert yourself.

Satisfaction guaranteed and a warranty for all work performed and materials used

Our Process Is Streamlined and Easy.


Schedule a call with one of our roofing experts so we can talk about the next steps.


Following an inspection, we will develop a customized plan that is right for you.


Sit back and relax while your roofing work is done on time and on budget.

Our Residential Roofing Services

Foresee the pain and trouble that are bound to ensue equaly blame belongs to those who fail in their duty through weakness of will which is the same as saying.

~ Residential Roof Repairs
~ Residential Roof Installation
~ Shingle Roofs
~ Metal Roofs
~ Flat Roofs (Single-Ply, Modified Bitumen)
~ Roofing Insurance Claims


Proper ventilation in your attic helps address excess heat and moisture that can otherwise wreak havoc on your home. Heat and moisture buildup in an attic cause predictable but different problems in hot and cold climates; areas with hot summers and cold winters can suffer the effects of both. A well-ventilated attic helps expel warm air and refresh it with cooler outside air. It can also help to prevent damage from occurring. Without proper ventilation in your attic, your home is subject to moisture buildup.

Poor attic ventilation creates the perfect breeding ground for mold and mildew. This leads to poor indoor air quality. Anyone can feel the effects of poor indoor quality but especially people with asthma and other respiratory conditions.

Effective attic ventilation systems also promote energy efficiency by helping reduce the load on your air conditioner in the summer.

Attic ventilation recommendations range from 1 square foot of ventilation for every 150 square feet of attic space to 1 square foot for every 300 square feet. According to the NRCA, a common way to vent asphalt roofs is with non-powered or “passive” ventilation that balances air intake with air exhaust. Common vents include:

• Ridge vents. Exhaust vents installed along the roof’s peak that are either covered by shingles or exposed along the ridgeline.
• Soffit vents. Continuous or individual vents installed along an attic’s soffits or eaves. Soffit vents should never be blocked by insulation.
• Gable vents or wall louvers. Exhaust vents placed in walls at gabled ends of an attic that can function as both intake and exhaust vents.
• Rafter vents. These vents ensure the soffit vents are clear so there is a channel for outside air to move into the attic at the soffits and out through the gable or ridge vent.
• Wind turbine vents. Exhaust vents that use wind power to turn an internal fan, drawing hot air from the attic. Compared to static vents, these can increase the rate at which air is expelled, depending on wind speed.
• Static vents. Individual protected exhaust vents installed near the roof’s ridge. 


San Antonio & surrounding Areas

Flexible Financing Options

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Your home is your sanctuary. Your work getaway. A special haven for movie nights and after-school get-togethers. Those four walls hold a lot of history, and we’ve made it our job to help you preserve it. We get that hiring a contractor can be a stressful process. Hiring a roofing company is a big investment, and a wrong decision can cost you a lot of money, time, and headaches. That’s why we take the time to explain straightforward solutions and even show you roofs and exteriors we’ve done in the neighborhood so you can see the actual product and talk to real customers—even when we’re not around.


Roof maintenance program designed to extend the life of your roof and protect your home from the elements. We will assess the current condition of your roof and determine vulnerable and damaged areas. Once identified, we will go over the findings and set a plan. A typical roof–tune up looks like this:

  • Seal all exposed nails
  • Seal all pipe jacks
  • Seal all vents
  • Seal skylights (if any)

If repairs are needed we will go over options and provide an estimate.
A great benefit of performing a Roof Tune -Up is that when the time comes to completely replace your roof, we will apply a credit in the amount of the Roof Tune-Up to the cost of your new roof system. For more information give us a call at 210-935-8444