Roofing Contractor Services

With over 40 years of experience, All Seasons Restoration sets the industry standard for roofing contractors and repair companies

Finding the right roofing contractor or roof repair service to work on your home is very crucial. Unlike other structures of your house, the roof withstands rough weather conditions and must be professionally replaced to assure safety and effectiveness. Our experts conduct thorough investigations to identify damage that may not visible to the naked eye. This expertise makes All Seasons Restoration a preferred contractor for Indiana Farm Bureau and State Farm Insurance. We also understand the hassle of everything involved in with an insurance claim, so let us take care of it! After we finish your estimate, we file the claim and guide you through every step of the process. Once insurance approves the claim, we notify you of the official start date and get to work right away. Replacing your roof could not be easier thanks to the professionals at All Seasons Restoration!

Now offering FREE 6″ Seamless gutter installation with the purchase of a full roof replacement

When is it time to replace your roof?

Our professionals know how to spot hidden damage and can easily tell if a roof must be replaced. Luckily there are a few warning signs to help you determine if you need immediate assistance.

  1. AGING: If your roof is close to the age of a legal adult, it’s probably time to replace it. With normal wear and tear, the average life expectancy of a rooftop in Indiana is 15 to 17 years. This area of the Midwest tends to get strong winds and hail meaning that you could be due for a replacement sooner rather than later.

  2. CURLING SHINGLES: Curling shingles could indicate a more serious problem and you should contact us right away. When the edges of the shingles start bending upwards, this is called cupping; when the middle portion of the shingle starts to rise above the rest, this is referred to as clawing. Whether the shingles are cupping or clawing, once it starts you have less than a year to get it replaced before serious leaks seep into your home.

  3. SAGGING ROOF: Signs of a sagging roof mean your home is headed for big trouble! The process of a roof collapse affects the entire house and occurs over a long period of time. Signs of sagging should be taken seriously and dealt with as quickly as possible. If you notice anything like cracks in exterior masonry, ceilings or interior walls, hear creaks or popping noises in the house, or struggle to open and close some doors, then you should seek immediate assistance. It’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to the structural integrity of your home.

  4. STORM DAMAGE: Nature can do a number on your roof. Pelting hail, heavy snow and ice, even rain and windstorms all cause serious damage. Common problems to rooftops include missing shingles and hail dents. While some of this damage is clearly visible, the hidden damage will lead to roof leaks and more issues. You may think you only need roof repair, but hidden damage may mean you need a full replacement. And the work may cost you nothing out-of-pocket! If you suspect your roof sustained damages in a storm, then call us today for a free inspection. Better to be safe than sorry.

We are a 24-hour home repair service so no matter what time, day or night, if you notice any of these problems, then contact us for a free inspection!

Your Materials Matter!

When it comes to a new roof for your house, you have many options to choose from. The most common selections are standard materials such as asphalt shingles, metal, and rubber flat tops but we also install specialty shingles such as cedar shake and slate tiles. When it comes to making the right choice for your home, there are many factors to consider. Some materials do better in rough weather than others, some materials are better at helping negate costly energy bills, and some materials give you more curb appeal but require regular maintenance. The team of professionals at All Seasons Restoration are industry veterans with experience using any type of material and can answer any questions you may have about the materials we offer.

Metal Roof Installation

Metal Roof Installation

Metal roofs are light in weight, quick and easy to install, and they are known to endure a long time—usually lasting around 40 to 50 years. The material is sturdy and unaffected by heavy rain and snow as both just slide right off. One of the most popular reasons to use metal is because it reflects heat waves from the sun, meaning it will help reduce cooling costs.

Metal Roof Premium Colors

Metal Roof Crinkle Finish

Commercial & Industrial Colors


Flat Roof Replacement

Flat Roof Replacement

Flat tops are most common on industrial and commercial buildings, but they are becoming popular in residential areas. These are great for homes looking to open up space for a patio or garden. A flat top is the optimal place to put solar panels for your house. Flat tops are also a common place to store heating and cooling units to reduce noise and completely remove them from sight.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are the most common rooftop material used in America because they are inexpensive and withstand a wide range of weather conditions. It is important to use manufacturer’s that have passed all wind and durability tests, otherwise, you will have shingles blowing off with every little gust of wind.

 

We are a proud installer of Owens Corning products

TruDefinition® DURATION® Shingles

Architectural Shingle with Bold Color & Deep Contrast

TruDefinition® DURATION® Designer Shingles

Architectural Shingle with Intense, Vibrant Color & High Contrast

TruDefinition® DURATION® Storm Shingles

Architectural Shingle with Bold Color & Deep Contrast

DURATION® Premium Cool Shingles

Solar Reflecting Architectural Shingles in Lighter Colors

Oakridge®

Architectural Shingle with Blended Color

Berkshire®

Laminated Extra Large Dramatic Slate Shape

Woodcrest®

Thick Wood Shake Appearance

Supreme®

Traditional 3-Tab Shape & Blended Color

Cedar Shake Shingles

Cedar Shake Shingles

One of the most luxurious and durable materials we offer is cedar shake shingles. This look maximizes curb appeal and will increase the value of your home. Cedar shake can outlast common materials like asphalt shingles by about 10 years and easily withstands strong winds, heavy rains, hail storms, and dense snowfall. Cedar shake roofs are extremely energy efficient and insulate up to two times better than asphalt shingles.

Slate Roof Tiles

Slate Roof Tiles

Slate roof tiles are one of the most unique, beautiful and oldest roofing materials available. It is completely unaffected by rough elements that destroy other shingles. Slate is a natural material that can’t burn, entirely waterproof, resistant of mold and pests, and it’s energy efficient. Although expensive, Slate only needs to be replaced once every 100 years or so, justifying the cost.

Proper Ventilation Helps

Ridge vents and box vents save homeowners the headache of frequent shingle and roof replacement by fighting the buildup of the biggest nemesis to all homes: moisture, extreme heat, and pressure. Evidence of ventilation problems can be seen in a variety of forms such as buckling shingles, ice dams, blistering and peeling exterior paint near the attic area, and even some ceiling water stains. Condensation builds up when the warm, moist air created in the house below meets with the cooler air in the attic. As you can imagine, this excessive moisture in combination with the heat from your roof leads to problems including mold and rot. We can increase attic airflow to alleviate the negative effects of poor ventilation.

Ridge Vent
Ridge Vent

Ridge Vent

Ridge vents cover a two to three inch opening that runs along the crest of the roof to improve ventilation and reduce dead air in the attic. They work best when installed in conjunction with soffit vents, which should be placed in lower quadrants of the roof. The soffit vents bring in cool air at the base of the attic and through the process of convection, use the heat of the sun as an accelerator to create a fresh airflow that cools the underside of the roof deck. This simple yet effective process alleviates high temperatures that can deteriorate shingles and create moisture. We know improper installation of ridge vents and soffit vents are costly mistakes, so trust your home with the experts at All Seasons Restoration. Whether you need ridge vents installed on an existing roof or on a new roof replacement, call us for a free quote today.

Box Vent
Box Vent

Box Vent

Box vents are cost-efficient, stationary and do not have to be located near the roof ridge in order to be effective, but they should be installed in combination with soffit vents to work best. These low profile vents cover a hole cut in the roof and use outside winds along with the convection process to remove hot air and moisture from the attic. The common practice of using numerous box vents produces maximum ventilation results. The number of box vents needed depends on the square footage of your roof. Having too many or not enough box and soffit vents or careless installation will only create future problems for you. The professionals at All Seasons Restoration use precision and care in their work, we guarantee it.

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