Amarillo Re Roof or Replace? What’s best?

Amarillo Re Roof or Replace? What's best?

The Difference Between an Amarillo Re Roof and New Roof

What is “Amarillo Re Roof”? What is re-roofing in general? What is the difference between re-roofing and roof replacement? Re roof is the process of layering new shingles on top of your existing roof. Re roofing in Amarillo is pretty common. We don’t like to do it. It’s better to tear off and replace an existing roof than it it is to re-roof it. Texas Plains is a full-service residential roofing and commercial roofing company

Life Happens

Roofs need repaired for many reasons, sometimes it is out of our control. A roof doesn’t need major damage, in order for it to be repaired or replaced. Unfortunately, many homeowners don’t know this and wait until after there is a problem with their roof to get it checked out. A storm could roll in late one night and the next morning you find significant hail damage to the roof of your home. Now you are forced to frantically find (and choose) a roofing company. Hoping they will be quick, reliable, and cost efficient. You call them out to take a look, just to get an estimate you have to pay for. All of this occurs while your roof is still damaged and remains unfixed.

What Can You as a Smart Amarillo Homeowner Do?

A smart homeowner would repair their roof periodically (every few years depending on where they live) because they know, especially if they live in Amarillo TX, how much the outside elements take a toll on the integrity of the roof. To re roof is the same thing as replacing your roof. The re roof process is an integral part of maintaining the quality of your home.

Who Do You Call?

Texas Plains is located in Amarillo Texas. We install quality residential roofs for our customers. We are the roofing contractors of choice for roof replacement on all types of roofing systems. With one of the most responsive customer services in the Texas Panhandle, our dependable crew works hard to make sure that your roof is repaired the right way the first time. We value your time.

About Our Team

Our roofing contractors are expertly trained professionals who are fantastic at what they do. We are the residential roofing expert in the Texas Panhandle; which we earned by doing roofing the right way. Need an inspection or repair? We offer FREE estimates.

Are We Qualified?

We are licensed, bonded and insured. Our jobs comply with building code requirements, which are created and enforced to keep everyone safe. We obtain all permits and approvals and make sure our roofs meet or exceed the expectations of city codes. We only want the best for our customers and their home improvements.

What Do We Do?

There are many components of what we do. We take care of your roof as a system because that is exactly what it is, a system. Your roof is made up of many layers that work together to protect your home. Some of the layers include: wood decking, ice and water shield, underlayment, ventilation, starter shingles, hip and ridge shingles, and exhaust vents that all function together as one.

Tear Off or Re Roof? What’s Best You?

Don’t re roof your Amarillo home. It’s better do a roof replacement. Texas Plains employs our eight-step re-roofing process in that is unique to your Amarillo home.

  1. Property Protection
  2. Roof Removal
  3. Roof Inspection
  4. Drip Edge Installation
  5. Roofing Underlayment
  6. Felt Insulation
  7. Roofing Material Installation
  8. Site Cleanup

These steps are subject to change depending on the type of roofing that you have installed already, but this is the framework that we go by.

We Serve the Following Areas

Texas Plains serves the 26 northernmost counties that make up the Texas Panhandle including:

  • Armstrong County
  • Briscoe County
  • Carson County
  • Castro County
  • Childress County
  • Collingsworth County
  • Dallam County
  • Deaf Smith County
  • Donley County
  • Gray County
  • Hall County
  • Hansford County
  • Hartley County
  • Hemphill County
  • Hutchinson County
  • Lipscomb County
  • Moore County
  • Ochiltree County
  • Oldham County
  • Parmer County
  • Potter County
  • Randall County
  • Roberts County
  • Sherman County
  • Swisher County
  • Wheeler County

In addition to the northernmost counties, Texas Plains Roofing serves all the major cities and smaller towns of the Texas Panhandle including:

  • Amarillo
  • Booker
  • Borger
  • Bovina
  • Cactus
  • Canadian
  • Canyon
  • Childress
  • Clarendon
  • Claude
  • Dalhart
  • Dimmitt
  • Dumas
  • Friona
  • Fritch
  • Gruver
  • Happy
  • Hereford
  • Masterson
  • Memphis
  • Mobeetie
  • Pampa
  • Panhandle
  • Perryton
  • Shamrock
  • Spearman
  • Stinnett
  • Stratford
  • Sunray
  • Texline
  • Tulia
  • Wellington
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