Your Trusted Roofing Contractor in Central PA

Are you looking for a residential roofing contractor near Wyomissing to handle your home? Don’t let your roofing issue become a costly problem, get your free quote today.

Roofing Services We Offer

Roofing Repair

Roof Replacement

Storm Damage Repairs

New Roof Installation

You Want A Roofing Contractor You Can Trust

High Quality Professional Work

Our dominantly Amish crew are all expert craftsmen and know it’s important to do the job right the first time for the sake of your home and your family.

We are a fully GAF certified contractor able to provide GAF’s unique 50 year warranty on our roofs.

Clean Worksite with Minimal Impact

Our use of the Equipter system means faster cleanup and less damage done to your property and landscaping, so you can go back to enjoying your house faster and with fewer disruptions.

Stay On-time & On-budget

Our use of the Equipter system means faster stripping, faster clean up, and quicker moving of materials with less man power. All of this means we spend less budget and can get your project done faster.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Should a New Roof Cost per Square Foot?

It depends on the roofing material you’re using. For asphalt shingles, it can cost about $3.60 per square foot. For a metal roof, it can cost about $8.00 per square foot. For a cedar shakes, it can cost about $8.00 per square foot. And for slate, it can cost about $14.80 per square foot.

How Do I Get Insurance to Pay for My New Roof?

This will depend largely on the type of homeowner’s insurance and coverage you have. But generally, your insurance will cover damages to your roof that stem from external sources like storms and other accidents. They don’t usually cover replacing a roof for just normal wear and tear.

Is It Better to Repair or Replace a Roof?

This depends on how extensive the damage to your roof is and how old the roof is.

If your roof is getting closer to 20 years old it may be time to think about replacing the entire roof.

If it’s still relatively young and the damage is not too extensive, you can save the money and opt to just repair the damaged parts.

What Type of Roof Is Best

We get this question a lot. But the answer is very subjective. 

For a straight forward home that’s looking for the most economical choice, it’s very hard to beat an asphalt shingle roof. They’re durable, have a pretty strong life span, and because of the small size of individual shingles it means replacing damaged shingles is pretty easy.

However, if you’re looking for a roof that adds more curb appeal to your home or have the money to invest in a longer lifespan roof some other options could be the best for your home.