Roof Replacement Services That Can Last a Lifetime
We’re GAF Certified Installers
A roof replacement is a serious undertaking, which is why it’s so important to have a company that you can trust. With nearly 20 years of experience, CNY Complete Contracting, LLC is comprised of certified experts that specialize in roof replacement.
We’ll begin with an in-depth evaluation of your current roof to determine whether a roof replacement is necessary. Then, we’ll work with you to determine your needs and requirements, guiding you through a variety of options. Replacing a roof involves a lot of decisions, such as selecting the shingles and other materials that meet your needs and budget.
Signs Your Home Needs a Roof Replacement
Just because your roof is showing signs of disrepair doesn’t mean that it needs a full replacement. As the owner of an older home, you may be wondering what to look out for. Our roofing specialists will evaluate your roof on-site, but here are some signs that indicate you may need a roof replacement:
- Worn shingles. If you’re finding excessive amounts of shingle granules in your gutter, your shingles may be worn-out. Missing or curling shingles are another sign of trouble and may indicate that you need a roof replacement.
- Leaks and water damage. When your roof needs to be replaced, the signs will often manifest inside your home. Look out for multiple leaks and ceiling spots.
- Sagging roofline. A sagging roofline can be an issue for older homes, and is often noticeable if you take a look at the home from a distance. Does the roofline extend in a straight line? If not, a roof replacement may be necessary.
Certified Contractors You Can Count On
CNY Complete Contracting, LLC is proud to be GAF Certified. That means we use only the highest quality materials and we’re factory-trained in the installation of GAF products. Our GAF certification also means that we can offer the GAF Weather Stopper® System Plus Ltd. Warranty that covers manufacturing defects for all components of your roof – not just the shingles.