Identifying the need for a new roof is occasionally evident: leaks, curling, cracked or granule loss on shingles, damaged flashing, or even visible signs of water intrusion make it undeniable. However, there are times when determining the necessity for a roof replacement isn’t as straightforward. 

Even if there are no visible problems, an aging roof may require replacing to prevent future complications and costly repairs. Neglecting a timely roof replacement can lead to significant structural problems. Avoid this possibility by contacting a licensed roof contractor for a detailed assessment.

While anyone can utilize an online roof replacement cost calculator, you should always retain a licensed roofing contractor to assess your roof fully and provide a detailed estimate. The cost of a new roof depends on many factors, including roof size, pitch, height, and the presence of skylights, vents, and chimneys, not to mention the new roofing product you select.

When calculating the initial price, account for hidden factors that may impact the price subsequently. Although these unforeseen circumstances rarely occur, they need addressing before installing a new roof. Most reputable roofing companies will not construct a new roof until fixing them, as avoiding prompt resolution of concealed issues does not serve your best interests.

We will communicate these issues to you immediately once they have been identified. After that, we provide you with the most cost-efficient solutions to ensure the quality and service our customers expect from West Orange Roofing.

To perform roofing services in Florida, a contractor must hold the appropriate Florida-issued license. We are a Florida-licensed Certified Roofing Contractor (CCC) (License Numbers CCC1333133 and CCC1333223). As a Certified Roofing Contractor, we have the authority to complete all forms of roofing work (repair, restoration, replacement, and new construction) anywhere in Florida. We maintain proper and up-to-date liability insurance and workman’s compensation coverage per industry standards.

We work hard to deliver fair, affordable pricing in alignment with the contract price. We do not overlook the possibility of unseen damage simply to cut costs or avoid addressing pertinent issues as they arise. We aim to build your roof correctly and stand behind our service, which we reflect in our 7-year workmanship warranty.

One day on average (weather permitting and depending on the size and layout of the home’s roof). Our efficient process includes removing the old roof shingles and underlayment, followed by installing both the new underlayment and shingles. We finalize our work with a thorough cleanup of your home and property.

We accept the following forms of payment: check, credit card, wire transfer, and cash.

Currently, we do not install or replace gutter systems with new ones, but we reinstall existing gutter systems upon roof completion. While we do not install new solar panels, we frequently and expertly remove and reset solar panels for roof replacement projects. We also offer custom skylight replacements in place of existing skylights for new roof assignments as needed.

Yes, we routinely apply roof coatings for residential homes and commercial buildings. Roof coatings protect and extend the useful service life of an existing roof. Because roof coatings are thicker than paint, they safeguard roofs from the damaging effects of weather and other outside forces.

Following a storm, once notified, we promptly respond and dispatch a crew to assess your roof within 24 hours or sooner. We provide a comprehensive assessment and meet with your insurance company and adjuster. 

Throughout the process, our experienced team of experts maintains clear and consistent communication with our customers and works hard to ensure you receive the maximum value from your insurance company.

  • Architectural Shingles
  • Asphalt Shingles
  • Built-Up Roofing (BUR)
  • Ceramic/Clay Tiles
  • Ceramic Slate Tiles
  • Cedar Shakes
  • Concrete Tiles
  • EPDM (Synthetic Rubber Roofing Membrane)
  • Flat/Low-Slope
  • HydroStop
  • Metal (Exposed Shingle And Standing Seam)
  • Modified Bitumen
  • Modified Bitumen 2 Ply
  • Modified Bitumen 3 Ply
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
  • Roof Coatings
  • Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO)

It depends. Hypothetically speaking, assume your roof has rotten plywood, a leak, or several missing shingles. Each of these challenges represents visible signs that your roof needs TLC. Other obvious roofing issues include these particular concerns:

  • Watering staining inside your home
  • Exposed roofing components appearing out of place
  • Granule loss
  • Moss or algae formation

However, unseen or hidden problems also adversely impact your overall roofing system’s performance, including the following potential issues:

  • Rotting wood below the underlayment
  • Pipe collar cracks
  • “Hidden” leaks under the underlayment
  • Shiners or nail pops in the attic

Inspecting your roof every few years makes sense, especially if your roof is 10+ years old. Roofs over 15 years old are not built to last as long as roofs today. A roof’s lifespan depends in large part on routine upkeep and maintenance.

When evaluating your property, including your home or structure’s roofing system, you need to understand all the options worth considering. Decisions based on knowledge and hard facts ensure your peace of mind throughout any roofing project.
If you have any additional questions about maintaining, repairing, restoring, or replacing your roof efficiently and affordably, contact us today. We’ll be happy to help. Our team has over 45 years of expertise at your disposal. At West Orange Roofing, we are committed to your 100% satisfaction.



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