Redemption Roofing Is the Full-Service Roofing Contractor That Houston Homeowners Trust

At Redemption Roofing and General Contracting, we have been using our 35 plus years of experience to provide clients with high-quality roofing solutions. We offer a full range of services, from installation to repair, to homeowners and commercial property owners who need a roofing contractor in Houston, The Woodlands and surrounding cities. Since we focus primarily on roofing, you can expect only the best when you hire us.

Comprehensive Roofing Services

We have extensive experience working with all kinds of roofing materials. We use shingles from all major brands, and we install all of the following roofs:

  • Metal
  • Clay tile
  • Slate
  • Single-ply flat

We also perform repairs, which are covered by a one-year warranty, and offer other roofing services. To improve the strength and efficiency of your roof, we can install ventilation systems, gutter protection or new carpentry. Regardless of the specific job, you can expect exceptional results, since we only hire experienced roofers. We are a GAF certified contractor and a CertainTeed Select Shinglemaster, and our work always reflects those credentials.

Assistance After Storm Damage

If your roof has sustained damage in a storm, we can guide you through the process of making a claim. Our specialists can assist you during every step, from submitting the claim to meeting with insurance adjusters. We will do everything that we can to minimize stress on your part while delivering the best results.

Top-Caliber Service

During any job, your satisfaction is always our top priority. We aim to build lasting relationships with every customer by providing honest advice and efficient service. We take pride in our reputation as one of the most trusted and widely referred roofing companies in Magnolia TX, Montgomery and neighboring cities.

We always show respect for your property by treating it like our own. You never have to worry about our roofers causing damage or leaving behind messes. We take every precaution to protect your building exterior and grounds before we start working, and we schedule time afterward to remove any remaining debris.

Schedule Your Inspection

You can count on professional service and outstanding results when you choose us as your roofing company in Conroe, Houston and surrounding cities. If you think that your property needs any kind of roof work, we will be happy to provide a free inspection and cost estimate. To get started, use our convenient contact form or call Redemption Roofing and General Contracting today at 936-321-3733.

Commercial Roofing

Trusted Conroe Commercial Roofing Contractors

Conroe roofing experts

Redemption Roofing and General Contracting is certified by top manufacturers to install high-quality commercial roofing materials and systems on a variety of commercial structures, including office buildings, multi-unit housing, apartment buildings, churches, schools, municipal buildings and warehouses. Our crews are expert in every aspect of the design, construction and installation of all major systems, so you can rest assured that your Conroe commercial roof will be completed on time and on budget.

  • Built-up roofing
  • Modified bitumen roofing
  • Single-ply roofing membranes
  • Metal roofing
  • Asphalt shingles

Redemption Roofing and General Contracting also offers scheduled roof maintenance programs that can greatly extend the life of your Conroe commercial roof for only a fraction of the cost of replacement.

The Name to Call On for Commercial Roofing in Conroe

The roofing experts at Redemption Roofing and General Contracting are ready and able to care for your commercial building. Contact us for a free estimate today by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

Roof Maintenance


Proper care of the roof on a commercial building can reduce long-term repair costs and greatly extend its service life. Redemption Roofing and General Contracting is the Conroe commercial roofer that offers the most extensive choice of scheduled roof maintenance programs to extend the life of your commercial roofing system – at a fraction of the cost of replacement.

Extend the Life of Your Commercial Roof

Routine maintenance is the key to a commercial roofing system that performs well over many years, providing the protection you need for the people and property inside. Our Conroe roof maintenance experts will conduct a professional inspection and assessment of your roof’s current condition, and recommend any repairs that are immediately necessary. We will then work with you to develop a scheduled maintenance plan that meets your annual budget needs while addressing the critical issues of roof integrity and ongoing performance.

Redemption Roofing and General Contracting has experience in the maintenance and repair of all commercial and industrial roof types, including single-ply membranes, modified and built-up roofing, and metal, tile and asphalt shingle roofs.

The Name to Call On for Commercial Roofing in Conroe

The commercial roofing experts at Redemption Roofing and General Contracting are ready and able to protect your building. Contact us for a free estimate today by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

Types of Commercial Roofing

Our Conroe roofers take pride in providing a comprehensive selection of services for the following commercial roofing systems.

  • Built-up roofing
  • Modified bitumen roofing
  • Single-ply membranes
  • Metal

We Specialize in All Major Commercial Roofing Systems

Choosing the right material for your roof is just as important as the company you hire to install it. Redemption Roofing and General Contracting is experienced in the installation, repair and maintenance of all major commercial and industrial roofing materials. We can help you to understand the features and benefits of each type of system.

Built-Up Roofing (BUR)

Built-up roofing (BUR) is a very economical choice for flat roofs. It is composed of three or more layers of fiberglass membrane coated with hot asphalt, with a top layer of gravel or mineral blends to protect the surface from weather, UV rays and mechanical damage.

Modified Bitumen Roofing

One of the most common residential low-slope systems, modified bitumen combines hot asphalt (bitumen) with plastic and rubber additives which are layered between sheets of fiberglass or polyester. Its lifespan is determined by the number of layers installed. Modified bitumen roofing exhibits many characteristics of BUR, yet affords the ease of application of a single-ply system. These membranes are resistant to heavy traffic, punctures and tears.

EPDM Single-Ply Membrane

Often referred to as rubber roofing, EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) membrane is a rubber-based product with a proven reputation for durability. Varied application techniques include ballasted, fully adhered and mechanically fastened, allowing EPDM roofing systems to be applied to virtually any roof surface.

PVC/TPO Single-Ply Membrane

Thermoplastic single-ply membranes represent the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. commercial roofing market. Short for polyvinyl chloride, PVC is a sturdy, single-ply roofing membrane proven to perform well on both residential and commercial roofs. TPO, or thermoplastic polyolefin, is a newer heat-welded, single-ply roofing membrane that costs less than PVC and offers a 10-year rating. TPO reflects solar heat, making it a popular choice where energy efficiency is important. Both PVC and TPO are aesthetically pleasing, lightweight and highly resistant to wear.

Metal Roofing

While expensive compared to other commercial systems, metal requires little maintenance and often lasts 50-75 years. When it comes to fire, wind and impact resistance, metal roofing stands alone. With reflective coatings applied, metal can also be used to keep utility costs low. Its recycled content, recyclability and energy efficiency qualifies it as a “green” building product.

The Name to Call On for Commercial Roofing in Conroe

The roofing experts at Redemption Roofing and General Contracting are ready and able to care for your commercial building. Contact us for a free estimate today by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

CertainTeed Roofing Select Shingle Master


SELECT ShingleMaster™ is the highest certification obtainable by a CertainTeed roofing contractor, and recognizes the highest standards of excellence, quality and knowledge in the shingle roofing industry. This makes Redemption Roofing and General Contracting one of the only roofing contractors in Conroe that can offer top-quality CertainTeed products and back them with CertainTeed’s industry-leading warranty.

Redemption Roofing and General Contracting: A CertainTeed SELECT ShingleMaster™

Our certification as a CertainTeed SELECT ShingleMaster gives you many advantages. Redemption Roofing and General Contracting has demonstrated extensive knowledge of shingle materials and installation best practices through rigorous testing. We have also provided CertainTeed with proof of workers’ compensation and liability insurance coverage. Only a Select Shingle Master like Redemption Roofing and General Contracting can offer you the highest level of SureStart PLUS™ extended warranty coverage when a CertainTeed Integrity Roof System is installed on your home.

We Install the Certainteed Integrity Roof System™

A quality roofing system involves more than just the shingles you can see. It includes underlayment, ventilation and accessories that work together to protect your home and family. Redemption Roofing and General Contracting installs CertainTeed’s Integrity Roof System, an integrated system of components that create a strong and durable roof for your home. The Integrity Roof System is designed to provide optimum performance in all weather conditions with WinterGuard™ waterproofing underlayment, Roofer’s Select™ underlayment for a secondary leak barrier and high-quality shingles in a variety of styles and colors.

Get CertainTeed Quality from Conroe Roofing Professionals

Make sure your home’s roof is ready to protect you from the elements. Contact us for a free estimate today by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

GAF System Certified

GAF Roofing, A Leader in Quality Roofing System


Redemption Roofing and General Contracting is proud to be a GAF roofing contractor. As a GAF roofer, we sell and install the country’s leading asphalt shingle roofing products. GAF roofing systems offer the quality that you can count on to protect your home for years to come and the style that will make your home stand out in your community.

A Better Warranty for You

GAF offers its customers the best roofing warranties in the industry. And because Redemption Roofing and General Contracting is a certified roofing contractor, you are assured that GAF manufacturer warranty coverage on installed roofing materials is fully valid. A Conroe roofer who is not certified by GAF cannot guarantee your warranty will be in effect if and when you need it.

More Options for Your Home

The exterior of your home has several elements that make it stand out from your neighbors and your roof should be one of them. The Conroe roofing system is much more than just a color of shingle today. There are many different styles from the traditional 3-tab roofing shingle to the architectural designer shingles, GAF has a style and color for every home. Our Lifetime Designer Shingles have options that look like slate and wood shake if you are looking to change the appearance of the roofing system.

Need Help Selecting Your New Roof?

With GAF’s Roofing Wizard, you can picture your Conroe area home with the roof you are considering. If you don’t love the one you selected, change it out on your computer before you make the investment into your new roof. Click here to try it out! If you’re still unsure and want some professional guidance, the team at Redemption Roofing and General Contracting is happy to assist, just fill out the estimate request form or give us a call at 936-321-3733.

GAF Warranty

GAF Roofing Warranties from Redemption Roofing and General Contracting

As your Conroe roofing contractor Redemption Roofing and General Contracting offers you several warranty choices for your new roof. The chart below summarizes the key provisions of each of our GAF warranty options. We invite you to sit down with our Conroe area roofing team member to discuss the best warranty for your home.

View warranty comparison guide

GAF Warranty

Comparison Guide

STANDARD

Shingle

Warranty

Conroe roofing experts

 

BETTER

GAF System

Warranty

Conroe roofing experts

 

BEST

GAF System

Warranty

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Material Defect Coverage

100% Coverage Period 

3 yrs., 5 yrs.,
or 10 yrs

20 yrs.

(Most Shingles)

or

50 yrs.

(Lifetime Shingles)

20 yrs.

(Most Shingles)

or

50 yrs.

(Lifetime Shingles)

 Covers Roofing System?

No
(Just Shingles) 

Yes
(Entire System) 

Yes
(Entire System)

 Cost of Installation Labor included?

 No

(Only during non-prorated period)

25 yrs. to Lifetime

25 yrs. to Lifetime

Workmanship Coverage

100% Coverage Period

2 yrs.
(Typical coverage
offered by Contractor)

2 yrs.
(Typical

coverage
offered by

Contractor)

20 yrs.
(Coverage

provided

by GAF)

Misapplication of Flashings Covered?

2 yrs.
(Typical coverage
offered by Contractor)

2 yrs.
(Typical

coverage
offered by

Contractor)

20 yrs.
(Coverage

provided

by GAF)

Installer Certified?

No

Yes

Yes

Tear-Off Costs Included? (when required)

No

Yes

(For material

defects only)

Yes

Disposal Costs Included? (when required)

No

No

Yes

Problem Prevention

Exclusive 40-Point Factory Inspection?

No

No

Yes

 Peace of Mind

Bonus Wind Coverage Up To 130 mph Category 3 Hurricane Wind Speed Available?

No

Yes

Yes

Warranty Transferable?

Yes

Yes

Yes

Free Transfer?

Yes

Yes

Yes

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Good Housekeeping Protection

Yes

Yes

Yes

* Check ltd. warranties for complete coverage and restrictions. Also note:

  • 50-year coverage period for material defects applies only to single family detached residences; for all other structures, coverage period is 15 years.
  • 20-year workmanship coverage applies only to single family detached residences; for all other structures, coverage is 15 years.
  • Installer certification is related only to installations covered by GAF system warranties.

Frequently Asked Questions About Roof Warranties


Are roof warranties important?

A new roof is a big investment, typically involving thousands of your hard-earned dollars and lasting 25, 30, 40 years or more. As with any big investment, knowing in advance what your warranty covers could save you thousands in the event that problems arise with your roof.

What are the chances I will have a problem with my new GAF roof?

Based on GAF’s state-of-the-art manufacturing process, the odds of having a problem with a new GAF roof is about 1 in 1,000! On the other hand, while serious problems with GAF roofing materials are rare, if you were to have a problem, it could be as expensive to fix as your roof originally cost. So, while the risk of having a problem is low, the cost if you do have a serious problem can be high.

What if there are problems with the roof’s installation?

Studies indicate that more than two-thirds of the problems that people experience with their new roofs are due to the contractor’s workmanship, not the roofing materials. That’s why you should trust a GAF certified contractor like Redemption Roofing and General Contracting with the installation.

What should I look for in a roofing warranty?

Basically, there are two types of coverage that you should ask your contractor about: coverage against material defects and coverage against workmanship errors. Make sure you get both in writing.

What does a materials warranty cover?

Almost all roofing products come with a warranty against material defects, although your exact coverage will vary depending on the brand. For example, a typical shingle warranty will cover material defects for a period of 20-40 years or more. The warranty on the other components of your roofing system can vary from as little as a few months to several years. It is important to remember that coverage against material defects is provided by the manufacturer, so you should select a brand from a manufacturer who is financially strong and therefore more likely to be in business for as long as you own your roof – which could be several decades!

What is GAF’s Smart Choice® Protection Period?

GAF’s warranties come with a special provision called the Smart Choice® Protection Period that covers you against material defects during the critical early years of your new roof. During this period, in the event that you experience a material defect on covered components, GAF will provide you with 100% replacement materials and the reasonable cost of labor to install them. This is important because some roofing warranties may only provide replacement materials, but not the labor to install them.

What is the GAF Weather Stopper® System Plus Ltd. Warranty?

The GAF Weather Stopper® System Plus Ltd. Warranty provides coverage against material defects for all major GAF components on your roof – not just your shingles – so you’ll have peace of mind knowing that if any covered roofing component fails, it will be covered by the warranty (see ltd. warranty for complete coverage and restrictions). The warranty is available through GAF certified contractors, and is a low-cost way to get up to 50 years of non-prorated coverage against material defects on your new roofing system.

Does Redemption Roofing and General Contracting cover me against workmanship errors?

The GAF Golden Pledge® Ltd. Warranty, is the first manufacturer’s warranty to cover both material defects and the contractor’s workmanship (see warranty for complete coverage and restrictions). GAF will stand behind our workmanship up to 20 years! The Golden Pledge Ltd. Warranty is available only through GAF factory-certified Master Elite Contractors. The warranty even includes an inspection by GAF’s independent inspectors after your new roof has been completed to ensure proper installation. It is the strongest, safest warranty available in roofing today. To verify if your contractor is a Master Elite Contractor, click here.

Trust the Conroe Roofing Professionals

Make sure your home’s roof is ready to protect you from the elements. Contact Redemption Roofing and General Contracting for a free estimate today by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

Types of GAF Roofing


Redemption Roofing and General Contracting is the Conroe roofer who offers an array of roofing options from GAF, the nation’s leading roofing manufacturer. In collaboration with GAF, Redemption Roofing and General Contracting can help you explore ideas for your new roof online. Using the GAF Roofing Wizard, you can choose your shingle style, color and accessories and create a handy checklist that will help us provide you with a more accurate and complete roofing estimate.

Choose the Right GAF Roof for Your Home

GAF offers three distinct levels of shingle quality and protection, plus a remarkably affordable slate shingle option. We’ll help you select from the following options to find one that is right for your home’s design and location.

Three-Tab Shingles

This shingle offers affordable basic protection for projects on a limited budget. This level includes:

  • Marquis® WeatherMax® shingles, designed for homeowners who demand superior performance, classic detailing and traditional appeal in a basic three-tab shingle.
  • Royal Sovereign® shingles, combining a simple, timeless beauty with GAF’s Advanced Protection™ technology – making it our most popular three-tab shingle.

Timberline® Lifetime Shingles

Protect and beautify your home with Timberline, North America’s top-selling shingle line. Timberline shingles now include a lifetime limited warranty.

  • Timberline Ultra HD™, your best investment for an ultra-dimensional wood shake look.
  • Timberline HD, for value and performance in a genuine wood-shake look.
  • Timberline Natural Shadow, for value and performance in a natural wood-shake look.
  • Timberline Prestique™ 40 HD, available while supplies last.
  • Timberline Cool Series reflects sunlight to reduce attic heat build-up and save energy.
  • Timberline ArmorShield™ II, Class 4 impact-resistant shingles that may even save on insurance in certain areas.

Designer Lifetime Shingles

Beautiful, stylish and exceptionally durable, Designer Lifetime shingles will make your home the envy of the neighborhood.

  • Camelot®, for uncompromising performance and timeless beauty at a fraction of the cost of expensive slate or wood shakes.
  • Country Mansion® lends the look and charm of hand-crafted slate – perfect for historic properties.
  • Grand Slate™’s massive, extra-thick tabs and specially-blended color palette create the look of real slate shingles.
  • Grand Canyon™, the ultimate choice for a rugged, wood-shake look.
  • Camelot II, a new shingle that offers the look of the original Camelot shingles at an incredibly affordable price.
  • Country Mansion II, for the look of original Country Mansion shingles at an incredibly affordable price.
  • Grand Slate II, for the look of original Grand Slate shingles at an incredibly affordable price.
  • Slateline® has bold shadow lines and tapered cut-outs that create the look of slate at a fraction of the cost.
  • Grand Sequoia®, a patented, extra-large shingle that creates a dramatic visual impact for prestigious homes.
  • Capstone®, with the classic look of random-cut European slate that results in a timeless, turn-of-the century look.

TruSlate™

On traditional slate roof, half of each slate is never seen because it’s tucked under the piece above it. GAF has replaced this wasted slate with a high-tech waterproofing material that results in affordable, genuine slate roofing. With this ingenious design, the TruSlate™ system can be installed on almost any roof.

Trust the Conroe Roofing Professionals

Get all the features you want in a roofing material at a price you can afford. Contact us today for a free estimate on a GAF roof by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

Asphalt Shingles


Asphalt shingles cover more homes in America than any other roofing material. This roofing material is easy to install, provides excellent protection and it is often the least expensive roofing choice. Redemption Roofing and General Contracting offers a wide variety of asphalt shingle styles and colors that are an affordable option for your Conroe roofing system.

An asphalt shingle consists of a fiberglass or organic mat coated with asphalt, then covered with colored mineral granules for protection against the elements. Asphalt shingles are available in a range of grades. The better the grade, the longer the life expectancy, which can range from 15 to 30+ years. Here’s more about the advantages of this roofing material.

  • Easy to install. Asphalt shingles are among the easiest roofing materials to install. The size and flexibility of shingles make it easy to adapt them to any roof size and shape.
  • Low-maintenance. Many roofing materials require regular maintenance in order to retain their appearance and performance. But asphalt shingles are easy to keep clean, and can quickly be repaired or replaced if they are damaged.
  • Aesthetically pleasing. Asphalt shingles come in a wide selection of colors and textures. Our expert Conroe roofing contractors can help create a design that will match the architecture and décor of your home. Certain asphalt shingles can mimic the look of wood, tile or slate, giving your home an elegant finish at a lower cost.
  • Lightweight. Although durable, asphalt shingles are still relatively light and will not place undue stress on your home’s roofing infrastructure. Heavier materials may require additional bracing or support before installation.
  • Affordable. An asphalt shingle roof can be one of the lowest cost options for roofing your home, giving you an excellent return on your roofing investment.

Trust Professional Conroe Roofers for Quality Asphalt Shingles

Get all the features you want in a roofing material at a price you can afford. Contact Redemption Roofing and General Contracting for a free shingle estimate today by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

Redemption Roofing Is the Company to Call for Metal Roof Replacement in Houston and Neighboring Cities


At Redemption Roofing and General Contracting, we pride ourselves on providing personalized solutions for every client. As an alternative to more traditional roofing materials, we install commercial and residential metal roofing in The Woodlands TX, Houston and surrounding cities. When you hire us, you can trust us to provide efficient service and superior metal roofing that will protect your property for years.

Advantages of Choosing Metal Roofing

Installing metal roofing can offer various benefits for your home or commercial property. This material has become a popular choice in Texas for all of the following reasons:

  • Metal roofing resists fire, water, weathering and pests.
  • The lightweight nature of metal reduces stress on the structure of your home or building.
  • Metal roofing is reflective and efficient at emitting heat, which makes it an energy-efficient choice.
  • Metal roofing is also strong and durable, providing a greater return on your investment.

These attributes make metal roofing a superior choice if you want a roof that will stand up to various stresses, from severe storms to scorching summer heat.

Superior Service and Quality Results

You can trust our roofers to show the utmost respect for your property while we take care of your metal roof replacement in Houston, Spring or neighboring cities. We take time to protect your home or building with plywood and plastic before we begin working, and we go through your grounds afterward to pick up any remaining metal pieces.

You can trust us to complete your roof replacement or other roof work efficiently, without sacrificing quality. You can also expect honest and accurate advice. As a family-owned, family-operated business, we know the importance of earning the trust of our customers. We always aim to impress with our service and with our final results.

Get Your Estimate Today

We believe in providing honest service from the moment that you hire us as a roofer in Conroe TX, Houston and neighboring cities, which is why we offer free inspections and cost estimates. To find out whether metal roofing is the right choice for your property, contact Redemption Roofing and General Contracting today. You can reach us by calling 936-321-3733 or by using our convenient online contact form.

Slate


Beautiful, durable slate has been used to build roofs that have lasted for hundreds of years. Slate is naturally fire-resistant and low-maintenance, with a life expectancy of between 75 and 200 years. However, slate installation demands the expertise of an experienced Conroe roofing contractor like Redemption Roofing and General Contracting. We’ve been successfully installing, maintaining and repairing slate roofs for years. Our slate roofing experts are true craftsmen with the knowledge and experience to provide you with a unique and long-lasting roof.

The Benefits of Slate Roofing

With its unique texture, natural tones and unmatched durability, slate is the perfect combination of practicality and beauty, and will give your home an elegant traditional look.

Modern variations of slate roofing tiles are being made thinner and of lighter weight to achieve the look and feel of slate for a lower cost, and with less complicated installation requirements.

Here are more advantages of a slate roof installed by Redemption Roofing and General Contracting.

  • Superior service life
  • High resistance to storm damage and fire
  • Impermeable to water, moss and algae growth
  • Excellent insulating properties
  • Resists chipping, cracking and erosion
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Available in a wide array of colors

Maintaining and Repairing a Slate Roof

Just as slate roof installation requires special skills, the maintenance, repair and restoration of a slate roof is unique in its demands. Expanding ice can split a slate, and metal flashing can loosen and wear. That’s why it is important to conduct an inspection and maintenance schedule for your slate roof at least once every three years. Redemption Roofing and General Contracting has the expertise to maintain the beauty and function of your slate roof.

Trust Your Roof to Professional Conroe Slate Roofers

Redemption Roofing and General Contracting installs, maintains and repairs slate roofing throughout Conroe. Contact us for a free estimate today by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

Tile


Tile is among the most durable and environmentally sustainable Conroe roofing choices. Most tile roofs have warranties ranging from 40-50 years, though some clay tile roofs in Europe have lasted hundreds of years. Redemption Roofing and General Contracting is the Conroe roofing contractor with extensive experience in the installation of clay and concrete tile roofs. Here are more advantages of this roofing material.

  • Superior durability and long service life
  • Low maintenance requirements and lifecycle cost
  • Wide choice of colors and patterns
  • Excellent insulating properties for energy savings
  • Fireproof with a Class-A rating
  • Environmentally friendly

The Difference Between Clay and Concrete Tile

Clay roof tiles are durable, strong and resistant to all weather conditions. They are baked in kilns at extremely high temperatures, which allow the tiles to retain their strength and color for up to 100 years. Clay tiles are available in an array of shapes, sizes and textures, and in many fade-free colors.

Concrete roof tiles have become a very popular choice due to their durability and lower cost. The average lifespan of concrete tiles is about 50 years, and cost is likewise about half that of clay tiles. Concrete tile is a very durable and fire-resistant roofing material, and available in a wide range of colors and designs.

Your Source for Beautiful, Durable Tile Roofing

Redemption Roofing and General Contracting installs tile roofing Conroe residents can rely on for lasting value.

Contact Redemption Roofing and General Contracting for a free estimate today by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

Wood


Shingles and shakes made of wood have been a preferred choice for protecting homes for hundreds of years. Today, homeowners choose wood roofing for a variety of reasons, including achieving a traditional look, a desire to use natural materials or for historic accuracy. Redemption Roofing and General Contracting has years of experience in the specialized process of installing, maintaining and repairing wood roofs. Here are more advantages of this roofing material.

  • Natural beauty
  • Long service life
  • Resistant to strong winds, impact and insects
  • Up to two times more insulating than asphalt shingles
  • Eco-friendly

The Difference Between Shingles and Shakes

Many homeowners ask us about the difference between wood shingles and wood shakes. Wood shingles are sawn or cut to be uniform in size and thickness. Wood shakes are more irregular in appearance and have at least one split face. Both are usually available in varying widths, one of the features that give a wood roof its rustic appearance.

Trust Professional Conroe Roofers for Quality Wood Roofing

A wood roof is naturally beautiful and long-lasting, provided it is designed and properly installed by a skilled Conroe roofer like Redemption Roofing and General Contracting. Contact us for a free estimate for wood roofing today by calling 936-321-3733 or completing our online quote request form.

Inspections


Keeping your roof in good repair is essential to ensure the protection of your home and family from the elements. We recommend that you have your home’s roof inspected at least every three to five years by the professional Conroe roofers of Redemption Roofing and General Contracting.

Head Off Problems with a Roof Inspection

After years of being exposed to the weather, a Conroe roofing system can start to wear and break down, causing leaks and eventual structural damage to your home. The professional Conroe roofers of Redemption Roofing and General Contracting can provide a comprehensive roof inspection to determine the condition of your roof and make recommendations for repair that will prevent damage. Here are just a few of the things we look for when inspecting a roof.

  • Missing, loose or worn shingles or tile
  • Split or worn wood shingles
  • Discoloration of roofing shingles or panels
  • Rust or loose seams on metal roofs
  • Granules from shingles collecting in gutters
  • Loose flashing in valleys or around chimneys, skylights and vents
  • Blocked roof vents
  • Mold growth
  • Stains or dampness on underside of roof decking
  • Loose or leaking gutters

Don’t let a worn or damaged roof permit damage to your home. Call Redemption Roofing and General Contracting to schedule a thorough, professional inspection of your Conroe roofing system to help head off disaster and expensive repairs.

Expert Storm Damage Assistance

If your roof has been damaged in a storm, call Redemption Roofing and General Contracting right away for a storm damage inspection that could prevent a minor problem from becoming a major expense. We also assist with insurance claims. For more information, visit our Storm Damage & Insurance Claims page.

Professional Conroe Roof Inspection and Repair

Trust the repair and restoration of your roof to the professionals at Redemption Roofing and General Contracting. Call 936-321-3733 to schedule a Conroe roof inspection today or complete our online quote request form.

Storm Damage & Insurance Claims


When your roof suffers damage from a storm, you can’t wait for the weather to let up before making repairs. Water entering your home can cause serious and expensive structural damage. The professional Conroe roofers from Redemption Roofing and General Contracting are specially trained to locate storm damage and take quick action to minimize the entry of water. We’ll return when the weather calms down to make a full assessment and recommend additional repairs. In many cases, we can restore your Conroe roofing system without the expense of a complete roof replacement.

The Company to Call On for Expert Storm Damage Repairs

If your roof has survived a hailstorm without visible damage, that doesn’t mean the damage isn’t there. When hail hits your roof, it can bruise or crack the shingle mat and allow water to slowly seep into your home. This may not happen the day after the storm, but over time the water will find its way in. It is difficult to determine whether a shingle roof needs to be replaced after a hailstorm because damage is not readily apparent to the untrained eye. Our experts in Conroe roof repairs will take the time to check the entire roof structure and gutter system for hail damage, so you will not have unwelcome surprises in the future.

We Can Assist with Insurance Claims

Redemption Roofing and General Contracting also has experience in working with insurance companies and adjusters, and can help coordinate your insurance claim to make sure you receive the full compensation to which you are entitled. This includes complete documentation of Conroe storm damage and repair estimates for insurance purposes.

Fast, Professional Storm Damage Response

Trust the repair and restoration of your roof to the professionals at Redemption Roofing and General Contracting. Call 936-321-3733 for a fast and professional response to storm damage.

Roofing Glossary


Some Conroe roofers prefer that their customers know as little as possible about their roofs. At Redemption Roofing and General Contracting, we are very open about the products and processes we use to design and install the very best roof for your home. Here are some terms and phrases you may hear when we discuss your Conroe roof replacement or repair project.

  • Asphalt shingle. A bituminous waterproofing agent applied to roofing materials during manufacturing.
  • Built-up roof. A flat or low-sloped roof consisting of multiple layers of asphalt and ply sheets.
  • Caulk. To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt cement to prevent leaks.
  • Coating. A layer of viscous asphalt applied to the base material into which granules or other surfacing is embedded.
  • Course. A row of shingles or roll roofing running the length of the roof.
  • Cutout. The open portions of a strip shingle between the tabs.
  • Deck. The surface installed over the supporting framing members to which a roofing material is applied.
  • Dormer. A framed window unit projecting through the sloping plane of a roof.
  • Downspout. A pipe for draining water from roof gutters; also called a leader.
  • Drip edge. A non-corrosive, non-staining material used along the eaves and rakes to allow water run-off to drip clear of underlying construction.
  • Eaves. The horizontal, lower edges of a sloped roof.
  • Edging strips. Boards nailed along eaves and rakes after cutting back existing wood shingles to provide secure edges for re-roofing with asphalt shingles.
  • Felt. Fibrous material saturated with asphalt and used as an underlayment or sheathing paper.
  • Flashing. Pieces of galvanized metal (usually aluminum or copper) used to prevent seepage of water into a building around any intersection or projection in a roof, such as vent pipes, chimneys, adjoining walls, dormers and valleys.
  • Free-tab shingles. Shingles that do not contain factory-applied strips or spots of self-sealing adhesive.
  • Gable. The upper portion of a sidewall that comes to a triangular point at the ridge of a sloping roof.
  • Gable roof. A type of roof containing sloping planes of the same pitch on each side of the ridge, with a gable at each end.
  • Gambrel roof. A type of roof containing two sloping planes of different pitch on each side of the ridge. The lower plane has a steeper slope than the upper. Contains a gable at each end.
  • Granules. Ceramic-coated colored crushed rock that is applied to the exposed surface of asphalt roofing products.
  • Gutter. The trough that channels water from the eaves to the downspouts.
  • Hip roof. A type of roof containing sloping planes of the same pitch on each of four sides.
  • Hip shingles. Shingles used to cover the inclined external angle formed by the intersection of two sloping roof planes.
  • Ice dam. Condition formed at the lower roof edge by the thawing and re-freezing of melted snow on the overhang. This can force water up and under shingles, resulting in leaks.
  • Interlocking shingles. Individual shingles that mechanically fasten to each other to provide wind resistance.
  • Laminated shingles. Strip shingles containing more than one layer of tabs to create extra thickness. Also called three-dimensional shingles or architectural shingles.
  • Lap. To cover the surface of one shingles or roll with another.
  • Lap cement. An asphalt-based cement used to adhere overlapping plies of roll roofing.
  • Mansard roof. A type of roof containing two sloping planes of different pitch on each of four sides. The lower plane has a much steeper pitch than the upper, often approaching vertical. Contains no gables.
  • Mineral-surfaced roofing. Asphalt shingles and roll roofing that are covered with granules.
  • No-cutout shingles. Shingles consisting of a single, solid tab with no cutouts.
  • Overhang. That portion of the roof structure that extends beyond the exterior walls of a building.
  • Pitch. The degree of roof incline expressed as the ratio of the rise, in feet, to the span, in feet.
  • Ply. The number of layers of roofing, i.e. one-ply, two-ply.
  • Rafter. The supporting framing member immediately beneath the deck, sloping from the ridge to the wall plate.
  • Rake. The inclined edge of a sloped roof over a wall.
  • Ridge. The uppermost, horizontal external angle formed by the intersection of two sloping roof planes.
  • Ridge cap. Specially formed shingles used to cover the horizontal external angle formed by the intersection of two sloping roof planes.
  • Rise. The vertical distance from the eaves line to the ridge.
  • Roll roofing. Asphalt roofing products manufactured in roll form.
  • Run. The horizontal distance from the eaves to a point directly under the ridge. One half the span.
  • Self-sealing shingles. Shingles containing factory-applied strips or spots of self-sealing adhesive.
  • Self-sealing strip or spot. Factory-applied adhesive that bonds shingle courses together when exposed to the heat of the sun after application.
  • Shading. Slight differences in shingle color that may occur as a result of normal manufacturing operations.
  • Sheathing. Exterior grade boards used as a roof deck material.
  • Shed roof. A roof containing only one sloping plane. Has no hips, ridges, valleys or gables.
  • Slope. The degree of roof incline expressed as the ratio of the rise, in inches, to the run, in feet.
  • Soffit. The finished underside of the eaves.
  • Stack. A vent pipe that penetrates the roof.
  • Span. The horizontal distance from eaves to eaves.
  • Square. A unit of roof measure covering 100 square feet. A roof with a field area of 2,500 square feet would be called a 25-square roof.
  • Starter strip. Asphalt roofing applied at the eaves that provide protection by filling in the spaces under the cutouts and joints of the first course of shingles.
  • Tab. The exposed portion of strip shingles defined by cutouts.
  • Underlayment. Asphalt saturated felt used beneath roofing to provide additional protection for the deck.
  • Valley. The internal angle formed by the intersection of two sloping roof planes.
  • Vent. Any outlet for air that protrudes through the roof deck such as a pipe or stack. Any device installed on the roof, gable or soffit for the purpose of ventilating the underside of the roof deck.

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