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Schedule a roof installation in Atlanta, GA today

Schedule a roof installation in Atlanta, GA today

Designing, coordinating and building a new home is a complex process. There are dozens of teams and crews to keep track of just to make sure your house is being built correctly. When it's time to schedule a new roof installation, turn to Trademark Roofing, Inc. We make roof installation projects simple. Our team is HAAG Certified which enables us to coordinate with your insurance company to meet specifications of getting your roof replacement approved.

Our team will:

 

  • Inspect your roof, your home, and your yard before installation
  • Provide updates and pictures during the process
  • Properly place the dumpster
  • Perform quality control before, during, and after installation
  • Clean up leftover supplies and debris
  • Notify you of the completion of work


 

 


We're the roofing team you need in Atlanta, GA. Contact us today to speak with a team member about your project timeline.

 

 

 

 

Everything has an expiration date

Your roof puts up with constant wear and tear. Eventually, what used to be safe and secure becomes worn down and dilapidated. If you see cracked and peeling shingles on your roof, call in the experts so we can take a closer look. Our team will determine whether you need a roof repair or replacement. We'll also see if reroofing services will be a better option for you.

Turn to us when you need a new roof. CALL 770-437-1317 or 470-651-9762 now to learn more about our reroofing services in Atlanta, GA.

Full Service Roofing Company

New Roof Installation

You might assume you don't need to think about installing a new roof until the old one starts leaking, but if you wait that long it will be more expensive. Why? Because by the time you notice the leak, the structural damage will have already occurred.

Installing a new roof may be the single biggest investment a homeowner makes. If all goes well, it's an investment that should last 20 to 30 years or longer.

Re-Roofs

Any homeowner wants their house to be as safe and secure as possible. It all starts with the roof. Though roofing materials generally have a lifespan of 20-30 years, roofs will wear out sooner or later and can cost several thousand dollars to be done professionally. Fortunately, with the right materials, planning, precautions, and the proper application of elbow grease, Trademark Roofing, Inc. can re-roof your house safely and affordably.

Drip edge

The international residential code went into effect January 1st, 2014 and is a mandatory code. 

flat roofs/low-sloping roofs

 

Shingle repair

Shingle repair usually consists of incorrect installation, usually due to improper placement of the nails securing the shingles. Or it can be due to the winds exceeding the manufactures rating of the shingle. Most commonly, shingles are broken, missing, lifted, ripped, torn, have seal failure or damaged by tremendous weather.

Valley repairs

Valleys are when the 2 adjoining sloped roof planes intersect on a roof creating a "V" shaped depression. Valley's can be properly repaired by removal of shingles, re-nailing down decking, install ice and water and reshingle properly. Closed cut valleys methods are the most common.

chimney repair

 

Dead pockets & valley's

Dead Pockets and Valleys are created when the builder is developing a design or look for the structure of the home. In doing so, pockets are formed from the valley extended into a wall of a flat sections of the structure which allow water to pool or standing water that sit within the pocket. This type of structure causes extreme damage to the structure of the roof and home.

attic fans

 

Dryer Vent

 

Soil vent & plumbing vents

Soil pip flashing is one of the more common leak repairs. This is a vertical pipe coming out of your roof. It's usually a PUC pipe but can be made out of cast iron or copper, depending on the age of the home. The purpose of this pipe is to vent your plumbing. There are several reasons this pipe flashing can leak. It could be due to improper installation. The most common reason is that the elastic seal around the pipe, has become brittle and/or cracked. When replacing your roof, all soil vents should be replaced and installed properly.

Furnace vent pipe

A furnace vent pipe is the pipe that protrudes out of the top of the roof. It is the pipe that vents the exhaust coming from your furnace. It will be topped with a cap at the top which in some pipe deteriorate and has to be replaced. The most common reason these will leak is because the shingles weren't installed around the base properly and the flange properly sealed.

Skylight Installation & Repair (Velux Certified)

Most skylights can be resplash but to replace the skylight will be your best option. There are many options and you should consult with your roofing contractor for the best solution.

Vinyl/Metal Fascia Repairs

Fascia board is the vertical roof trim located along the perimeter of the house below the roof level. Fascia board usually becomes damaged due to installing improper starter shingles, gutters or no dripedge. Soffit's are located under the overhang of a roof.

Soffit Repair & Soffit Ventilation

Soffit's are located under the overhang of a roof.

Roof Ventilation

One of the most overlooked components in a new roofing project is ventilation. Ridge vents are exhaust vents that are located at the ridge of a roof that work in conjunction with vents at the lowest part of the roof.

Seamless gutter installation

Seamless gutter are an important part of every roofing system. Redirecting the water off the roof reduces the erosion of the soil at the base of the home, which weakens the foundation over time.

Gutter repairs

Gutter repair usually consists of replacing a small section of a damaged section of the gutter. Downspouts can also be repaired and replaced due to the existence of damage. For gutters with a 5-6" downspout 2×3 or 3×4, gutter covers, soffit and fascia board could be considered under gutter repairs.

Gutter Covers

Gutter repair usually consists of replacing a small section of a damaged section of the gutter. Downspouts can also be repaired and replaced due to the existence of damage. For gutters with a 5-6" downspout 2×3 or 3×4, gutter covers, soffit and fascia board could be considered under gutter repairs.

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