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You wouldn't dream of having your family stand out in the wind, rain, and snow 24/7, 365 days a year. Yet you ask that very thing of your roof. Is yours up to the task of protecting the people and things you love from the elements? If you have your doubts or are ready to upgrade your roof to more contemporary, durable materials, Chandler Roofing & Construction has what it takes to get the job done right. Call today for a free estimate or more information on other home improvement services.

Chandler Companies, Inc
Chandler Companies, Inc

Residential Roofing Specialists

Chandler Roofing & Construction has the tools, the talent, and the trained personnel to handle your residential roofing needs. Our range of expertise includes, but is in no way limited to...

Pitched Roofs:

  • Asphalt Shingle

  • Metal Roofs

  • Steel Shingle

  • Roof Inspections

  • Maintenance and Service programs

  • Warranty Claims

  • Insurance Claims

Flat Roofs:

  • Asphalt Shingle

  • TPO Roof Systems

  • MOD-Bit Roofing Systems

  • Built-Up Roofing Systems

  • Roof Coatings

  • Roof Inspections

  • Maintenance and Service Programs

  • Warranty Claims

  • Insurance Claims

If you need ice dams or snow cleared, or storm damage repairs, we do that too!

  • Asphalt Roofing Shingles

    Asphalt shingles are made of fiberglass sandwiched between asphalt and ceramic granules. The fiberglass provides the strength, while the asphalt, often mixed with minerals, is waterproof. The ceramic granules give shingles their color and also help deflect UV light, and its damaging effects. Relatively light, inexpensive, and easy to install, asphalt shingles are the best choice for most houses. They come in sheets that are layered on a roof to give the illusion of more expensive single shingles, such as cedar or slate, that are installed one shingle at a time. Asphalt shingles fall into three basic categories. Standard, entry-level 3-tab shingles are the cheapest and thinnest. Architectural shingles are a step up from 3-tab shingles. They're slightly thicker and made to resemble more expensive wood shakes. Multilayered architectural shingles are the most expensive and thickest of the group, and give a similar look to wood shakes. Only 3-tab shingles can be installed over a single layer of existing shingles, but check with the manufacturers to ensure you'll be entitled to the full warranty before you do.

  • Metal Roofing

    Metal roofing comes in steel, aluminum, copper, and alloy strips, and in various shapes and textures. Copper is especially expensive. Over time, copper acquires a greenish patina that some people find attractive. Metal roofing can be slick, just like slate, so consider snow guards in cold climates, to prevent sheets of ice from sliding off and hurting someone. A metal roof can be noisy during a rainstorm as drops of water ping against it. In the past, we've tested steel roofing and found that it can dent fairly easily, but options with a textured surface tend to mask small dents and dings quite well. Metal roofing effectively reflects the sun's rays, so it keeps your home cooler in summer—a benefit in hot climates. Make sure you hire a contractor who is familiar with the material as it’s a very different job from putting on asphalt shingles. A metal roof can last anywhere from 50–100 years