Our Local Residential Roofing Services
Roofing experts Elo Roofing is the leading residential roofing expert in Jacksonville and Palm Coast. With efficient service at our core, our team of residential roof specialists is experienced, insured, and knowledgeable, ensuring the utmost level of professionalism to every customer. Friendliness and respect are a top priority at Elo Roofing and serving our Jacksonville and Palm Coast neighbors drive us to do the best job possible, every time.
Residential Roofing Services We Offer
- Roof Replacement: Elo Roofing will always advocate for repairs before replacement, but in some cases, a roof replacement is simply inevitable. We guarantee the highest level of workmanship each and every time we complete a roof replacement service.
- Roof Installation: New roofing installation is a daunting task for any homeowner. As the premier local roof installers in Jacksonville and Palm Coast, Elo Roofing makes it our mission to ensure this process runs smoothly and efficiently, advising homeowners every step of the way.
- Roof Repair: Often, major and even minor roof repairs can make the difference between an old, worn roof and a seemingly brand new roof. The roof repair experts at Elo Roofing are trained and experienced in all the intricacies of roofing, ensuring a thorough job done, big or small.
Types of Residential Roofs
Elo Roofing installs a variety of residential roof types, including:
Asphalt shingles are our most popular residential roofing option. Due to their affordability and durability, it’s a top choice for home roofs. Using only the highest quality materials, our residential roofing experts will get the job done right, giving you peace of mind that your new asphalt roof is sturdy and reliable.
More and more homeowners are choosing metal because as an individual, your budget is limited and metal roof costs are lower than other materials over time. Metal roofs last longer, are more weather-resistant and are easy to maintain.
Although not as common in residential areas as other types, flat roofs are an option for some mainly due to their low-cost advantage. The roofs are easier to install and can also increase usable outdoor space. If you’re looking for low maintenance, look into installing a flat roof.
Perhaps the most aesthetically superior roof type, cedar roofs add a beautiful finish to the home. It enjoys a long lifespan thanks to its durability and resistance to the effects of storms. If you’re willing to put in the money, a cedar roof will prove a worthy long-term investment.
Made of either clay or concrete, a tiled roof will ensure that you never replace your roof again in your lifetime. They are low maintenance, extremely durable, impervious to rot and mildew. Given these factors, they can last up to 100 years.
Many would agree that slate roofs are the pinnacle in roof types. The natural state of the material gives the home a beautiful finish, but the key distinguishing factor of slate is its lifespan of up to 200 years in some cases, which is only possible because of its extreme durability.
In need of residential roofing services? We’re here to help! Contact Elo Roofing today to schedule your free consultation with one of our trusted residential roofing specialists.
How do I know my roof needs to be replaced?
There are a number of signs that could point to a potential roof replacement, but your first step should be to check your home improvement records for when the current roof was installed and measure this against the type of material it’s made of. Some tell-tale signs include cracked or curled shingles, missing granules, and simply a worn, old-looking roof that lets you know it’s time for a replacement without a doubt.
Can you replace part of a roof?
In the case of shingles or tiles, all it takes to fix your roof up is simply replacing the faulty parts to restore your roof to good order. However, if the damage extends to a large surface area, you may want to consider replacing your roof instead, as this may be the more cost-effective option in the long run.
How often should you change your roof?
This varies greatly according to the type of roof. Asphalt shingles have a lifespan of 30 years max, while metal roofs can go up to 75 years, concrete and clay tiles to 100, and slate roofs can last as long as 200 years.