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New Roof in Anderson, SC

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This customer had an old roof with damaged shingles, and they hired Roof Roof to install a brand new roof. After completing a thorough inspection, we worked with the homeowner to select the right color shingles and best product for their needs. The new roof has a great warranty and is a fantastic value for the home.

Concord Baptist Church Roof Replacement in Anderson, SC

Concord Baptist Church Roof Replacement in Anderson, SC

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The roof on Concord Baptist Church was replaced due to hail damage. During the removal of the first section, we determined that the roof did not have solid sheathing, and it needed to be recovered with a mineral board. All shingles needed to be hand nailed with a specialty fastener. This project took 6 weeks to complete. We installed the Owens Corning Duration Estate Grey shingles, open metal valleys, and synthetic felt, as well as other accessories. 

Roof Replacement in Anderson, SC

Roof Replacement in Anderson, SC

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This customer in Anderson, SC was in need of a new roof. Their insurance approved it, so they chose Oakridge Shingles.

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Roof replacement in Anderson County, SC:

All roofs eventually wear and need replacement - and if your roof has suffered storm damage, that day may come a bit sooner. RoofRoof specializes in roof replacement to help homeowners through what can otherwise be a stressful time. Our expert craftsmanship and superior products will put you at ease while we give you a beautiful new roof!

With over 20 years of experience in the industry, RoofRoof is your best choice for you roofing and other home exterior needs. We prioritize customer service on every job, and we want to leave you with a home you're happy to own!

Our services in Anderson County:

  • Roof Repair & Replacement
  • Emergency Roof Repair
  • Roof Leak Repair
  • Ridge Vents & Ventilation
  • Wood Rot Repair
  • Hail & Ice Damage
  • Roof Inspection
  • Commercial Roofing
  • Gutter Installation
  • Siding Installation

Ready to get started on your roofing project? Schedule a free estimate with RoofRoof today in Anderson County or areas nearby!

Job Stories From Anderson County, SC
Designer Shingle Replacement in IVA, SC

Due to hail damage, the homeowner was forced to replace his new roof. Becuase the original roof was not that old, he wanted something that could stand up to hail and wind a lot better. We offered him the CertainTeed Landmark triple-laminated Resawn Shake shingles. After 2 days, the brand new roof was installed, and we had another satisfied customer.

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Roof Roof to the Rescue in Williamston, SC

In the spring of 2013, Roof Roof South Carolina was pleased to participate in the first Lean On Me Project to help a Williamston family in need. The Lean On Me Project was created to honor the memory of Lacee’ Dial, an Anderson County teen who lost her life in a car accident in 2012.

With the help of many volunteers, and the generosity of a number of area businesses, the Lean On Me crew performed a dramatic renovation of the home of William and Mary Cureton, a disabled Williamston couple. The walls were made of cinderblock with no insulation, many windows were broken, and there was no plumbing in the house at all.

Roof Roof crews removed the roof entirely, installed a new roof, insulated the attic area, and added gutters with gutter guard. Volunteers installed vinyl siding, fresh paint, new landscaping, and a fence on the exterior. On the inside, a new kitchen and bathroom were put in. To finish it off, volunteers installed new trim, vinyl flooring, and painted all the walls and ceilings.

Roof Roof is so honored to be able to give back to the community that has given so much to us, and we look forward to many more opportunities like this!

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Concord Baptist Roof Replacement

The roof replacement at Concord Baptist Church was a challenge at many levels. The roof had hail damage to it and was paid for by the insurance company. We started tearing off the roof on January 4th, 2016. During the tear off, we noticed that the sheathing was not solid wood but rather a mineral board. After pulling the architectural plans we found out why. This building was built as a Fire class 2 rated structure. Essentially, this means that the building itself had to be constructed out of non-combustible material. Steel, concrete, brick, and mineral board is the construction of this building. This created one big issue for our company. Code and the manufacturer required a nail-able surface (wood only). However, since the building was built as a class 2, we had to stay within those parameters. 

To solve the problem, we had lengthy discussions with Loadmaster, who supplied the original mineral board, and Owens Corning, the shingle manufacturer. We agreed that a new layer of mineral board needed to be installed to create a new nailing surface and a specialty fastener was to be used called a Do All Loc Nail. These nails have a head similar to a roofing nail but have two prongs that come straight down and have jagged teeth on the sides. Once the nail is driven into the mineral board, it flares out and locks in. 

Once Owens Corning and LoadMaster agreed on the installation, we went to the code office and got approval. The insurance company was notified of the difference in scope and a supplemental check was issued.

We got back started on the roof in the middle of February. We worked in conjunction with the LoadMaster installers and a gutter company to complete the work. 

We removed each section, 6 total, and added an additional layer of 1/2" LoadMaster mineral board. The mineral needed to be installed differently than the first 2 layers due to the increased wind ratings. All the seams on the mineral board were taped. We installed Rex Synthetic underlayment and high temp ice and water shield for dry in. We then installed new Owens Corning Duration Estate Grey shingles, replaced all the lead boots, 5 box cents, 24 gauge step and counter flashing, and added a custom fabricated drip edge. The project took 6 weeks to complete. 

This project was rather complicated. However, by following the installation guidelines with the manufacturers we were able to put on a roof that will last the next 40+ years.

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Concord Baptist Church Roof Replacement in Anderson
The roof replacement at Concord Baptist Church was a challenge on many levels. The roof had hail damage, and it was paid for by the insurance company. We started tearing off the roof on January 4th, 2016. During the tear off, we noticed that the sheathing was not solid wood but rather a mineral board. After pulling the architectural plans, we found out why. This building was built as a Fire Class 2 rated structure. Essentially, this means that the building itself had to be constructed out of non-combustible material. Steel, concrete, brick, and mineral board is the construction of this building. This created one big issue for our company. Code and the manufacturer, both, required a nailable surface (wood only). However, since the building was built as a Class 2, we had to stay within those parameters. 
To solve the problem, we had lengthy discussions with Loadmaster, who supplied the original mineral board, and Owens Corning, the shingle manufacturer. We agreed that a new layer of mineral board needed to be installed to create a new nailing surface, and a specialty fastener ( Do All Loc Nail) was to be used. These nails have a head similar to a roofing nail, but they have two prongs that come straight down as well as jagged teeth on the sides. Once the nail is driven into the mineral board, it flares out and locks in. 
Once Owens Corning and LoadMaster agreed on the installation, we went to the code office and got approval. The insurance company was notified of the difference in scope, and a supplemental check was issued.
We got back started on the roof in the middle of February. We worked in conjunction with the LoadMaster installers and a gutter company to complete the work. 
We removed each section, 6 total, and added an additional layer of 1/2" LoadMaster mineral board. The mineral needed to be installed differently than the first 2 layers due to the increased wind ratings. All the seams on the mineral board were taped. We installed Rex Synthetic underlayment and high temp ice and water shield. We also installed new Owens Corning Duration Estate Grey shingles. We replaced all the lead boots, 5 box cents, 24 gauge step and counter flashing, and custom fabricated drip edge. The project took 6 weeks to complete. 
This project was rather complicated. However, by following the installation guidelines with the manufacturers we were able to put on a roof that will last the next 40+ years.
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Hail Damage on Pelzer, SC United Methodist Church

Pelzer United Methodist Church suffered from hail damage during a storm. They called Roof Roof for help with the roof replacement. The roof was over 20 years old, along with hail damage. We sent one of our experienced sales representatives to give the church liason an estimate of the damage. They also needed the roof of their parsonage replaced as well. We negotiated the contract, then negotiated the amount with their insurance company. Once the contract was finalized, Roof Roof began work on the church and its parsonage. The church liason chose Certainteed Moire Black shingles. This was a fairly easy, but large, job to complete. It took a total of 6 days to complete both roof replacements. 

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Rotten Wood Rafter Repair In Williamston, SC

Robbie had age related issues to her roof and new it was getting time to replace. She called Roof Roof becuase of her friend had used our company and told her how great of a job we did. We came out and evaluated the roof and gave her a free estimate. She accepted our proposal and we started 3 days later. 

We began by removing the old roof down to the wood sheathing. After the old roof was removed, we noticed that the decking and rafters over the front porch were rotten. We took pictures and showed the homeowner the damage and suggested that they be replaced. She agreed. We replaced 6 rafters in this area and installed new decking. We then installed ice and water shield in the valleys and around the chimney. She chose Owens Corning Supreme Chateau Green 3 tab shingles which were installed as well as new chimney flashing.

After one day, Robbie had a brand new roof and a more structurally sound house. Another happy customer!

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Serving the following Anderson County, SC zip codes
Anderson 29621, Anderson 29625, Anderson 29622, Anderson 29626, Anderson 29623, Anderson 29624, Belton 29627, Williamston 29697, Townville 29689, Honea Path 29654, Pendleton 29670, Iva 29655, Starr 29684, Pelzer 29669, Sandy Springs 29677, La France 29656
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