Our Nashville Roofing Customer Reviews
Why We Don't Use Nail-Guns!
Sometimes the area of your roof’s truss, rafters or sheathing will require a different amount of pressure to drive a nail properly. A nail gun does not easily change the pressure as needed. This can cause the nail to partially bounce out of place, stick out or go all the way through the shingle. It will also drive the nail improperly unless the roofer keeps it at just the right angle. Keeping the right angle can be a difficult process when lugging the nail gun and air hose around an angled roof top.
Why Most Roofers Use Nail Guns
Because it saves time which makes them more money. They make more money on the initial roof installation and when they are called back to repair the unsecured shingles that get blown away in storms or by high winds.
In contrast, a simple but professional roofing hammer gives our experts complete control of every single shingle. It’s pretty simple, we just take the time and effort to do the job right.
Homeowners Roofing Checklist
What to Know Before Hiring a Nashville Roofer
Avoid wasting time, money & stress with this one page printable checklist of 22 questions to ask before hiring a roofing company in Nashville, TN.
A new asphalt shingled roof for a typical 2,200 sq. ft. single-story ranch house will range from $9,500. to $12,000.
The average cost to install an asphalt shingle roof is between $4.00 and $7.50 per sq. ft. The price differences depends largely on the shape of the roof, pitch, skylights, type of shingle, and other material and structure variables.
When you get an estimate from a roofing contractor it should include the cost for materials, tare-off (removing old shingles), fees for dumpster and disposal, permits, shingle installation labor, and additional warranties.
15 Things that Affect Your Roofing Cost:
- Square feet
- The brand and type of shingles
- The type of under-layment
- The slope/pitch of the roof
- Number of Stories
- Workmanship warranties
- Contractor guarantees
- Number of shingle layers to be removed
- Complexity of the job
- The company installing the roof
- The region
- Code requirements
- Installation and clean up labor
- Dumpster and disposal fees
Roofing Repair in Middle TennesseeRoof repair costs for Nashville homeowners range from $250-1200
For small jobs that only require a few shingles replaced, the cost is usually no more than $150-250
The average material cost in the Nashville Metro area is $4-7 per square foot. Statewide data shows the average roof repair cost in Tennessee as follows:
Our Seven Steps to Roof Repair
Our roof repair process is fairly straight forward. Here’s our seven-step roof repair process:
- Roof Inspection
- Written Damage Report
- Repair Cost Estimate & Options
- Insurance Damage Report & Repair Cost
- Repair Time Scheduled
- Repair & Clean-up Completed
- Evaluation Survey of Your Satisfaction
To prevent more costly damage, Woodall Roofing offers Nashville Homeowners a one-time roof inspection after storms and an ongoing maintenance program to keep your roof damage free year round.
We replace & repair roofs in Middle TN including Brentwood, Franklin, Bellevue, Pegram and Nashville Metro. Call Woodall Roofing to schedule a roof repair estimate today and never worry about your roof again.