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Roofing Services in Eastern PA

Approved Contractors fixes residential and commercial roof damage caused by hail storms, wind storms and more in Eastern PA

Storms can occur at the most unexpected and inconvenient times. Whether your roofing system is suffering from hail and wind damage or heavy rain, you’ll need to call a roof damage company as soon as possible. Hailstones, even as small as a nickel, can cause severe bruising and granule loss that will dramatically reduce the lifespan of your roof. Similarly, high winds will loosen, or even completely remove, shingles, which will expose the vulnerable second layer felt material. If it rains while this material is exposed, it can seep through to the roof’s final wooden layer and cause irreparable destruction.

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If your roof suffered shingle damage, rotting wood, leaks, or any other type of damage from a severe storm, we will ensure each issue is addressed and repaired to your satisfaction. A damaged roof cannot be left unrepaired as it is one of the most important and expensive parts of your home’s exterior. Don’t wait until you notice a leak to call for after-storm repair. Immediately after a hail or high wind storm hits, schedule an appointment to assess the damage and begin the repair process. Whether you need metal roofing repairs or a rubber roofing replacement, our team has you covered.

We are proud to offer roofing services throughout Eastern PA, including the following cities:

  • Oreland
  • Glenside
  • Blue Bell
  • Wyncote
  • Flourtown
  • Jenkintown
  • Elkins
  • Park Rockledge

Roofing Repair

When a storm hits, many homeowners are left in a tough position. Heavy rain, winds, or hail may have torn shingles off their roof or caused trees to crash through the roofing. Now, they’re left wondering how they will be able to pay for the necessary roofing repairs.

If a storm has impacted your roof, you can rely on our team for timely and affordable roof repairs. Our technicians have had years of training and experience and can handle storm damage roofing repairs for concrete roofs, metal roofs, rubber roofs, and tile roofs.

After a major storm, you have a lot on your mind, and we want to help ease some of this stress. That’s why we work closely with insurance companies to determine what will be covered, so you can have peace of mind before we begin the roofing repairs. Once we finish fixing the roof, you can rest assured that it will protect your home and withstand the changing climate conditions.

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How Do You Know You Need After-Storm Roof Repairs?

We never recommend homeowners climb onto their roofs to check for damage because this can be very dangerous. However, if you suspect your roof has suffered hail, rain, or wind damage, there are a few signs you can look for from the safety of the ground:

  • Shingle granules are littering your lawn or landscaping.
  • Shingles are missing, curling, cracked, or torn.
  • The gutters are broken, leaking, or clogged.
  • Water damage, such as wet spots on the ceiling, appears inside your house.
  • You notice a musty or moldy smell inside your house.
  • The attic shows signs of water leaks, such as wet insulation and drips on the underside of the roof or sheathing.

If you notice these visible signs of damage, it likely means there are also hidden issues. Make sure you schedule roofing services with your local Eastern PA contractor as soon as you detect roofing problems.

Roof Replacement

Our premier roof installation process is just as, if not more, thorough than the assessment. Safety for our crew, as well as your home, is always our number one priority. Before any work is done to your roof, we prep the site using large tarps to cover any exposed areas. This ensures no nails or debris are left on your property where children or animals could be exposed to nails and other hazardous materials.

After prepping the site, we will begin the roof installation in multiple phases, depending on the extent of the damage. Most roofs can be torn down and installed in two phases, but some jobs take longer, especially if you have a larger home or need a concrete roof installation vs. a shingle or metal roof installation. We are always upfront about the timing of a project from the beginning, and we do our best to meet these deadlines.

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Do You Need to Schedule a New Roof Installation After a Storm?

In some instances, the storm damage your roof sustains is worse than a few simple storm roofing repairs can fix. How do you know your roof has reached the point where you need to schedule a roof replacement? The following factors could indicate you need to reach out to a licensed technician for roofing services in Eastern PA:

  • The Age of Your Roof: Many roofing systems are designed to last anywhere from 15-30 years. However, it may not last as long if it sustains damage during a hurricane or hail storm. The structural integrity of the roof becomes compromised the older it gets. For this reason, we often recommend roof replacements for roofing systems that are older than 10 years.
  • The Roof’s Aesthetic Appearance: As a roofing system begins to age, the shingles fade, so while you could replace a few storm-damaged shingles, you may be left with a mismatched roof. If the appearance of your home’s roof is important, it may be best to have the entire roof replaced.
  • Your Roof Has a Widespread Leak: Many leaks on a roofing system can be repaired with some patchwork. However, if there are multiple leaks or one large leak, it is likely best to replace the entire roof. This will save you from paying for numerous roof repairs and extensive water damage down the road.

How Much Does a New Roof Cost?

If you suspect your house needs a new roof after a storm, your next concern may be how you will be able to afford this installation. A new roofing system is indeed an expensive investment, but it’s often necessary, especially after it has sustained significant damage. Our team wants to make the installation of your roof as smooth and stress-free as possible, which is why we use a specialized new roof cost estimator process to show you all the costs that are involved. When you hire our company, you don’t have to worry about any hidden fees. We keep our prices transparent so that you can plan properly and get the necessary funds from your insurance company.

Our new roof cost estimator process involves examining the following factors to present you an accurate roofing quote:

  • The type of roofing material you want to be installed
  • Your roof’s current roofing materials
  • The labor and time required to replace the roof
  • The accessibility of your roof
  • The number of roof penetrations present
  • The size of your roof
  • The dump fees to get rid of your old roofing system
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Eagleview Technology

Approved Contractors, Inc. uses EagleView Technologies for every single one of our roof repair jobs. This is the industry standard in property measurement and the only company we trust to deliver accurate roof measurements. EagleView uses remote aerial footage to create 3D models and produce highly accurate and detailed roof measurements. This technology is especially helpful when assessing roof damage after a severe hail or wind storm, because it reduces the exposure to unstable roof surfaces. Since EagleView’s launch in February 2008, roofing contractors throughout the country are using this technology for its obvious accuracy, time saving and safety benefits.

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Roof Visualizer Tool

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Roof Materials

We are experienced in the installation and repair of roofs in a variety of materials, including:

  • Asphalt shingles
  • Tiles
  • Metal
  • Rubber
  • Concrete
Read More > Each of these roof materials is available in various colors, styles, and options. Check out our Roof Visualizer Tool to better understand what looks might interest you.

If your roof is made out of one material, but you are thinking about switching, be sure to ask us during the assessment process. This way, we can develop a plan based on your new roof material, not the existing one. For example, if you have rubber roofing but wish to get a new metal roof, we will need to know this to give you an accurate metal roof estimate.

As a leading roof damage repair company, we use only high-quality, industry-standard materials and brands on every single roofing job we do, ensuring your roof looks great while holding up during extreme weather. Our roofing technicians are here to build and repair a new roof with your ideal vision in mind.

Emergency Roof Leak Repair

Storm damage can occur at any moment. Heavy rain, snow, ice, hail, or strong winds can blow in unexpectedly, tearing shingles off your roof or forming pools of water in vulnerable spots. Leaving this damage unattended could lead to significant damage to your home. Fortunately, you can rely on our roofing experts to respond quickly to calls for emergency roofing services. We will fix roof leaks big and small and even handle the paperwork for insurance companies, ensuring you’re never undersold on the cost of repairs.

We are well-versed in all types of roofing materials and can solve any leak issues and roof water damages. If you need emergency roof leak repairs, you can rest assured knowing that our team has your back.

Areas We Serve

We provide roofing services — everything from metal roofing repairs to rubber roof installations — to customers throughout Eastern PA, including Oreland, Glenside, Blue Bell, Wyncote, Flourtown, Jenkintown, Elkins, and Park Rockledge. No matter the type of residential roof repair or replacement you need, you can rely on our team for accurate roof estimates and quality service.

Get Your Storm-Damaged Roof Repaired Today

Whether you need us to fix a roof leak or replace missing shingles, we have the equipment and expertise to quickly and effectively provide residential roof repairs. Contact us to schedule roofing services in Eastern PA or inquire about our repair services for siding and gutters or windows.