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Our company has a special place in our heart for churches. It’s our desire to make sure churches get a quality roof system at a fair price, so they can carry out their mission of helping the hurting and lost instead of continually spending money on a poorly installed roof system. We deliver a quality product based on your specific needs and offer an iron clad warranty.

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Church roof types may vary immensely from one church to another, but they are much more than aesthetics. A properly installed roof can protect your church for decades, even centuries. Integrity  is a company that specializes in church roof installation and church roof repair. We’re a commercial roofing contractor that has experience with traditional building materials that are common to church roofs. 
In addition to conventional materials, Integrity stays current with new materials as they become available (Lifetime asphalt / fiberglass shingles, tpo single ply, synthetic slate roofs, laminated metal shingles, rubber roof coatings etc). Our diversified experience working with a variety of materials on church roofs allows us to offer a selection that would be right for your church roof project. Integrity, your church roof specialists!

New Church Roof Installation

Church roofs are not your standard roof and their repairs and installation can be very complex involving steeples, concealed gutters and parapets. Furthermore, the traditional building materials often found on church roofs present unique problems that require specialized training.

When your church contemplates the roofing materials available there are several factors to consider. The first of which is cost. Not just the immediate, but also what can be expected over the life of the roof. A new roof can be a sizable investment and should be made wisely. The money saved by hiring a cut rate roofer can be regretted for years to come, often being lost in needless repairs. In contrast the extra money associated with quality roofing products can pay for itself in the extra life expectancy of the new roof.

Another factor to consider when searching for the right shingle is aesthetics. For historical preservation many churches may find it difficult to change the appearance of the church roof. Therefore, a roofing company that is familiar with both the traditional materials used and their modern counterparts could be very beneficial.

A final consideration when looking for a roofing company is the installer's experience and reputation with the type of roof and materials to be used. Not all roofs are equal and each has its unique method of installation.

Church Roof Maintenance

Careful observations of the church roof and gutters can detect many potential problems before they become a threat to the building. Some warning signs include discoloration or dirty streaks appearing on the interior or exterior walls, especially close to the top. This may denote a leaking or overflowing gutter. Look for dislocated and broken slates and tiles; denoting nail deterioration or storm damage.

Sections of the church roof may not be visible from the ground and will require greater diligence in detecting problems during their early stages and should be done by a professional.

At the first sign of a problem a church roof specialist should be contacted. Seek the council of a company who has a broader understanding of the interrelation between the church roof, steeple, gutters and the remaining parts of the church building.

Proper maintenance and inspection of your church roof is paramount to its longevity and should therefore be regularly scheduled, a little prevention can spare the church costly repairs latter.

Simple Maintenance Rules

Simple preventive maintenance can save huge repair costs associated with poorly cared for roofs and gutters. 
• Clean gutters regularly. 
• Inspect the gutters and roof regularly. 
• Deal with any damage promptly. 
• Do not walk on brittle roof coverings. 
• Plan ahead for major roof repairs. Eventually every roof will require repair / replacement. 
• Higher professionals who are experienced with your roof type.

Know Your Church Roof

5The basic purpose of the church roof is to keep the weather out. This exposes the roof to the harshest of the elements. The church roof is subject to the worst our climate can bring against it; 365 days a year of unrelenting rain, snow, wind and the beating sun.

The church roof and steeples are usually the most vulnerable areas of the church building and must be properly maintained to preserve its weatherproof properties.

The following information is intended to help you understand the very basics of your church roof. Church roofs generally fall in to one of two categories.

Water-shedding Roofs: Normally installed on steep pitched roofs to ensure the water runs off the church roof and into the gutters. They include slate, tile, cedar shakes, clay or concrete, metal shingles and your typical asphalt shingle. These shingles / tiles themselves may be waterproof, often interlocking and sealing together, but the water shedding church roof is not. Therefore, the proper maintenance, repair and replacement of damaged or missing shingles is crucial to the church roof’s ability to redirect and deflect the water into the gutter system. With proper care a slate roof has a life expectancy of 100 plus years.

Water-proof Roofs: Usually installed to low pitched “flat” roofs include TPO, (lead, stainless steel and copper) asphalt, roofing felt and roofing membranes. The water-proof church roof is susceptible to leaks caused by standing water and therefore must be carefully pitched for proper drainage and remain sealed to maintain its water proof integrity. A properly maintained metal roof can have a life expectancy equivalent to slate (100 plus years) while roofing felt typically offers less than a 15 year expectancy.

As with any roofing company, you can call and get one or two customers individual experience. However we would like to offer you something that 99% of roofing contractors can’t the recommendation of the top shingle manufacturers in the nation!
 These are the company’s that design the roofing systems and manufacture the roofing products. They are the authority in the roofing industry. They have done the research on our company: they have contacted our customers, tested our roofing knowledge, and verified our insurance 
 as well as issued exams to our crews. They have completed research that even the most discriminating homeowner would appreciate. After their extensive testing and years of scrutiny, we are recognized as being in the top 1% of roofing companies in the nation! These manufacturers are so sure of us they allow us to put their name and reputation out there for your peace of mind!
Why should you choose a Preferred Roofing Contractor because their credentials represent the highest standard of excellence, quality and knowledge in the shingle industry?

The people that know the most about the roofing trust Integrity Roofing and Exteriors!

Interested in a new roof? Schedule your free in-home estimate here.

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