Roofing Contractor in Greer, SC

More than just a contractor.

Hatch is your partner for exterior remodeling.

Greer, SCThe Hatch Homes team is here to provide you with high-quality roofing services at an affordable rate. If your Greer, SC home needs a new roof, give our team a call for a no-obligation quote at your earliest convenience. In addition to working with Greer homeowners, we serve the fine families of:

Taylors, SC | Wade Hampton, SC | Gaffney, SC | Union, NC 

The Hatch Homes team retains membership in the Owens Corning Preferred Contractor Program, which affords our crew many benefits, such as continuing education classes that allow us to bring you top-notch service job after job. 

We install the complete Owens Corning brand catalog, as well as asphalt shingles made by the brands in the following list:
  •     GAF
  •     Certainteed
  •     Atlas
  •     Tamko
How do you know when a roof needs to be replaced?

Since asphalt shingles are usually under warranty for about two decades, some Greer homeowners don’t realize that their shingles can actually require replacement before this amount of time has gone by. Be aware of these potential issues and contact Hatch Homes if you notice any of the following:

Curled-up shingle edges – When the edges of your home’s shingles begin to curl, you might not immediately think it’s a major issue. In actuality, though, curling shingles can give pests access to your home or even lead to serious water damage following rainfall. 

Cracks – If you’ve recently noticed cracks developing in the walls or ceilings of your Greer, SC residence, a roof inspection should be in order. While cracks can sometimes form because of a home’s natural settling, they can also be the result of water seeping through your roof and settling behind your drywall or plaster.  

Water spotting – Pay extra attention to new cracks if they are accompanied by water spotting. Water spots are unsightly brown colored splotches that tend to appear when water is seeping into walls or ceilings. They can be an indicator that your roof needs to be replaced. 

Hatch Homes can install:

Architectural Asphalt Shingles:

Architectural asphalt shingles are one of the top roofing options on the market today because they offer the best of both worlds — they are versatile and long-lasting like three-tab shingles but provide the aesthetics of much more expensive materials, such as wood shakes. 

Metal Roofing:

While some Greer homeowners still think of metal roofing as an option for pole barns or other agricultural structures, this material has come a long way! Modern brands even offer metal roofing lines just for residential purposes. Metal is highly durable and often includes a 50-year+ warranty. 

Rubber Roofing: 

Rubber roof tiles have one main purpose — to stop leaks. If your Greer, SC home has had more than its fair share of leaky ceilings, you may want to consider having rubber installed over at least a portion of it. This affordable roofing material is also highly effective, making it a win-win for homeowners like you. 

Will my homeowner’s insurance cover my roof replacement? 

If you are unfamiliar with the finer points of your homeowner’s insurance policy, don’t hesitate to speak to an agent in the Greer area before the Hatch Homes team gets started. This way, you can feel completely confident that your project is covered. 

 

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Greer, SC Siding Contractors

If you are also interested in learning more about other home renovation projects, namely siding installation or window replacements, give our office a call today. We offer a variety of exterior renovation services that can help Greer; SC residents transform the looks of their homes!

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