Roofing Contractor in Columbus, NC

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Columbus, NC ViewIf you’ve started researching local roofing installers to do a project at your Columbus, NC home, look no further than Hatch Homes. Our crew is highly trained and will do the job right the first time. In addition to serving Columbus residents, we work in these cities and towns:

Parker, SC | Asheville, NC | Easley, SC | Gaffney, SC 

In keeping with our status as members of the Owens Corning Preferred Contractor Program, we know that the work we do reflects not only on us but on the organization. This is why we make sure our team puts their collective best foot forward on every job. 

If you select our crew to install your new roof in Columbus, NC, you can choose from either Owens Corning products or products by these shingle manufacturers:
  •     GAF
  •     Certainteed
  •     Atlas
  •     Tamko
How do you know when a roof needs to be replaced?

Typically, asphalt shingles need to be replaced about once every two decades. There are, however, things that can cause roofing materials to fail before their warranties are up. Severe weather, for example, often leads to total roof replacements. These red flags can warn you:  

Falling shingles – If you start noticing shingles in your lawn, you should contact Hatch Homes immediately. The longer you leave areas of your roof bare, the more damage your home will sustain. Cosmetic water damage and structural damage are both possible.   

Leaking ceilings -If you have leaks in your Columbus, NC house, your roof is probably the catalyst. Investing in a roof replacement soon could save you a lot of hassle, and even costly repairs, down the road.   

Roof collapse – It is important to understand that “roof collapse” does not always refer to an entire roof caving-in. Even if just a portion of your roof becomes so damaged that it collapses, you are going to find yourself dealing with lots of unexpected expenses and other problems, including medical bills. Don’t ignore roof problems!     

Hatch Homes can install:

Architectural Asphalt Shingles:

If you want to improve your Columbus home’s curb appeal, but you don’t have a huge budget for your roofing project, consider architectural asphalt shingles. These aren’t significantly more costly than generic shingles, but they look much more upscale once they are put on. 

Metal Roofing:

Metal roofing is manufactured to last for a long time. Most brands stand behind their products for fifty years or more! The one downside you should be aware of is that metal roofing can become dinged from tree branches, hail, and other debris. It’s worth noting, though, that these imperfections may not even be visible from the ground. 

Rubber Roofing: 

Rubber roofing is the perfect antidote to the aforementioned leak issue. Any Columbus, NC homeowner who no longer wants to deal with leaky ceilings should look into rubber roof tiles. These are nearly impenetrable by water, which makes them incredibly effective. 

Will my homeowner’s insurance cover my roof replacement? 

As long as there is a legitimate reason for your roof replacement, your homeowner’s insurance policy should write you a check for the materials and labor expenses. If you aren’t sure, you fully understand your coverage, make sure to schedule an appointment with a Columbus-area agent. 

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