A new roof raises the value of your home and protects your most valuable asset. You’ll never need to worry about leaks or missing shingles the next time a storm rolls through. If your roof is 20 years old or older, it might be time to consider replacement.

Signs That Your Roof Needs To Be Replaced

Don’t ignore these important warning signs.

  • Pieces of shingles laying in the yard
  • Cracked or curled shingles
  • Shingles come free after high winds
  • Visible water damage on the ceiling inside the home

Why You Should Not Delay Roof Replacement

A new roof or a repair can save you thousands of additional dollars down the road when the roof is finally replaced. A roof can leak for years without showing any signs from the inside of the home.

Once the signs are noticed from inside the home, it is likely that considerable damage has occurred to the roof’s structure. A leaking roof will cause the sheathing (plywood) and rafters to rot which all must be replaced to install the new roofing shingles. When damage is this severe, it’s likely that the moisture will have spawned mold parts of the structure that are still structurally sound, including attic insulation and the backside of the ceiling drywall.

Exceptional Quality at a Fair Price

We do not believe that to receive exceptional quality from a contractor that you should have to pay extra for it. The work we do is completed with the same care, quality, and craftsmanship that we would use on our own homes. We’re so confident in our work that we stand behind our work for a full 5 years.

Serving Central PA Since 2003

We are an Ephrata-based roofing and home improvement contractor serving, Berks County, the northern suburbs of Lancaster (Lititz, Manheim, Denver, etc), and southern Lebanon County.

Financing Options

Get help paying for your new roof or home improvement project. We work with Service Finance Company to offer financing for nearly any home project.

Think It’s Time To Replace Your Roof?

We can help you figure it out. We’ll get you a prompt quote (it’s free) and help you determine whether repair or replacement is your best option.