Roofing Services

If you’re looking for roofing services in the Wakefield area, Taylor & Sons Roofing is the company to call. We offer a wide variety of roof installation services that will suit your needs and budget. We provide residential roof installation as well as commercial and industrial installation.

Our team of specialists can install new roofs or re-roofs, flat roofs, rubber roofs, stone roofs and more! Taylor & Sons Roofing also provides asphalt roof repair service on damaged buildings. If you have a question about any type of roof we offer, feel free to contact us at (859) 796-6861 today!

What Are Roofing Services?

Roofing services involve installing, repairing or replacing roofs. Taylor & Sons Roofing offers roof installation services for the Wakefield area homes and businesses. Our company is fully licensed and insured to ensure your project goes smoothly.

Types of Roofing Installation Services

New Roofing/Re-Roofing

New buildings require new roofs, and Taylor & Sons Roofing can help! We offer a full range of roofing installation services from shingle to flat.

Residential Roofing

Taylor & Sons Roofing offers residential roof replacement for homes in Wakefield and other nearby areas. Replacing your home’s roof is vital if it has been damaged by storms or age. Our company uses only the highest-quality materials that will last for years to come.

Commercial Roofing

Taylor & Sons Roofing understands how important commercial buildings are at keeping goods safe and employees working efficiently all year round – which is why we provide high-quality commercial roof repair service on their structures throughout the year. Hence, they never have to worry about leaks again. Taylor & Sons Roofing offers commercial roof replacement and repair services.

Roof conversions

Taylor & Sons Roofing can help you convert an existing roof into a rubber roof to save money on your annual maintenance costs.

Built-up Felting

Built-up felt roofs provide the best roofing underlayment for your new shingle roof.

Roof Slating and Tiling

Taylor & Sons Roofing is a roof slating and tiling company that can help you with slate or clay tile installation, so your home’s exterior matches the look of the rest of the houses on your street.

Flat Roofing

Taylor & Sons Roofing specializes in flat roof installations for schools, businesses, government buildings – anywhere it’s important to keep water out while also maintaining safe working conditions. Call Taylor & Sons today!

Rubber Roofing

If you are looking for a roofing service that can install rubber roofs, Taylor & Sons Roofing has the expertise to provide expert installation services.

Steel Roofing

Taylor & Sons Roofing has the experience and skills to provide professional installation services if you need a roofing company for steel roofs.

Single-ply Roofing

Single-ply roofs work well in all sorts of climates. Taylor & Sons Roofing has the experience and skills to provide professional installation services if you need a roofing service for single-ply roofs.

Asphalt, Copper and Lead Roofing

Asphalt shingle roofs offer a classic look while lead roofs provide superior durability during cold weather.

Green Roofing

Green roofs are environmentally friendly and reduce the need for air-conditioning. If you’re interested in green roof installations, call Taylor & Sons Roofing today!

Industrial Roofing

Taylor & Sons Roofing is a full-service industrial roof installation company that works with large warehouses, shipping companies, distribution centres, mines, oil refineries – any business in Wakefield where it’s crucial to be able to keep equipment safe from the elements year-round.

Stone Roofing

Stone roofs are an attractive feature on many homes in the area. For stone roof installations, custom made copper gutters or any other types of metalwork that may go with your new roof – call Taylor & Sons today!

What to Look for in a Roof

How long will it last?

A good roof should last between 15-20 years. The best way to tell if your roof is ready for replacement is by looking at the shingles – are they curled up or cracked? Are there any visible holes in them? If so, it’s time to call a roofer!

Does it hold up during natural disasters such as wildfires or hurricanes?

Do you live near an area that has been hit with many hurricanes and other types of storms lately? Storm debris getting stuck on your roof can damage it beyond repair. Also, if you have loose flashing around chimneys or skylights, this may let water leak into places where it shouldn’t be going which will eventually lead to rotting wood on the walls of your home.

Is it too heavy for the existing roof framing?

Another thing to consider when choosing a new roof is how much weight it can hold up. If you have an older home, there may be limitations on what type of materials and weight your current structure can handle. Many homes weren’t built with steel or concrete in their roofs, so this would need to be considered by a contractor before they were willing to start installing anything new on top of them.

Does the roof have enough slope?

Also, you should be aware that the pitch of your roof will impact how water flows over it. If you have a flat or low-sloped roof, this might not be such an issue, but if it has any degree of slope to it, there’s more chance for rainwater and snowmelt pool on top, which can cause more rainwater and snowmelt pool leaks in its own right.

Will the look complement the style of the house?

The style of the house that you’re living in will play a significant role in what sort of roofing materials and designs you can have installed.

Are the materials eco-friendly and recyclable?

The installation process for your new roof might be arduous work, but it doesn’t stop there! You need to make sure that the type of material used will last a reasonable amount of time because if they don’t, then this could cause serious problems further down the line.

Is the type of roofing allowed by local building codes?

You might not realize this, but you will need to get permission from your local building department before having a roof installed. This is because the type of materials that we can use for roofs varies depending on where you live and what they say in the local codes.

How much does it cost?

The most important question we’ve saved till last! As with any home improvement project, there will be costs involved, and when it comes to replacing or installing new roofs, these aren’t likely to come cheap either. Therefore, you must know how much money you have available to don’t overspend when choosing a roofing service provider. If then try asking the roofing company how much the installation will cost to have an idea of what they are talking about. If you do not feel comfortable asking them directly, then ask for a quote. This should be your top priority before having a roof installed.