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LEADING ROOFING CONTRACTOR OF THE GREATER DALLAS/FORT WORTH AREA

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GreenLight Roofing and Remodeling is a full-service roofing, siding, window, and insulation contractor serving the Dallas Fort Worth area. We offer free thermal imaging inspections to help identify energy leaks in your home or business, and our remodeling services can help you prepare your property for the upcoming season. Whether you’re looking to improve your energy efficiency or simply want to update your property’s appearance, GreenLight is here to help. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

FAQs

Q Do you provide homeowners insurance inspections?

Yes, we provide a detailed inspection for FREE with no cost to file the paperwork directly with your insurance company.

Q Do I have to replace gutters and downspouts?

As long as they are in good shape and are not in need of fixing or replacing then we can work around them.

Q What if my newly installed roof leaks?

We stand by our work, so if there are any leaks in the new roof, we cover the repair cost to the roof and any damage caused by the leak for 5 years. Extreme acts of mother nature such as tornados are typically covered with your homeowner's policy, and we will work with your carrier/adjuster to cover those damages.

Q How do I know if my roof needs to be repaired?

If you notice any leaks or water damage in your home, it's a good idea to have your roof checked by a professional. Roofs should also be inspected regularly for signs of wear and tear. If you see any missing or damaged shingles, loose nails, or cracks in the surface of your roof, it's time to call a roofer.

Q What is the most common cause of roof leaks?

Most roof leaks are caused by one of the following: people, issues with seams, flashing, vents or chimneys, or problems with the roofing material itself. Of these five causes, the most common is people - usually due to walking on the roof or from improper installation. Seams, flashing, vents and chimneys are also common sources of leaks, as is the roofing material itself. If you're experiencing a leak on your roof, it's best to have a professional take a look at it to determine the cause and find a solution.

Q Should I replace the shingles or the entire roofing system?

The answer to this question depends on many factors, including the age of your roofing system, the type of damage that has occurred, and the extent of the damage. If you have a newer roof that has only sustained minor damage, it is usually best to just replace the damaged shingles. However, if you have an older roof or one that has sustained more significant damage, it is usually best to replace the entire roofing system.