Winchester Roofing Repairs

Restore Your Home

Restore your home, and keep it restored. American Dream Restoration offers roofing services and restoration services to Winchester residents. It’s a lasting relationship, with a personal touch.

Choose 1 of our 3 High-Value Offers!

  • New Roof Starting at $99/mo
  • Offer of 0% Interest for 24 months
  • Free Gutters with New Roof 

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American Dream Restoration, LLC
112 E 6th St, Front Royal, VA 22630

540-671-6669
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From the North:

Head south on US-522, then after you cross the 2nd bridge over the Shenandoah, turn left at the light onto W 14th Street. Follow W 14th Street - it will turn right and become N Royal Avenue. At the light, turn left onto N Commerce Ave. Shortly afterwards, turn right onto Kibler Street and enter the parking lot. We're located in the building further back from the street.

 

From the East:

Head west on Happy Creek Rd, which will become E 6th Street once you enter Front Royal.  After the light at N Commerce Ave, turn right onto Warren Ave, then enter the parking lot on your right. We're located in the nearer building.

From the South:

Head north on US-522. As you enter Front Royal, you'll be on Commerce Ave. Turn left onto E 6th Street (there will be a light). Turn right onto Warren Ave, then enter the parking lot on your right. We're located in the nearer building.

From the West:

Head east on VA-55 (Strasburg Road). Use Quadrant Rd to turn right onto onto US-340 S/US-522 S/N Shenandoah Ave. After you cross over the Shenandoah, turn left at the light onto W 14th Street. Follow W 14th Street - it will turn right and become N Royal Avenue. At the light, turn left onto N Commerce Ave. Shortly afterwards, turn right onto Kibler Street and enter the parking lot. We're located in the building further back from the street.

Winchester Roofing Repairs, Made to Last

Are you worried that your roofing company might rip you off? You’re not alone. Roofing contractors receive some of the highest levels of consumer complaints of any industry. And no wonder, when unlicensed roofing contractors are eager to take your money and then do a slapdash job!

Winchester is a wonderful town, and we believe that Winchester homeowners deserve better from their roofing companies.

At ADR, we make long-term customer relationships our priority. After we complete your roof repair project, we’ll return annually for the first five years to inspect the work, and then once every five years after that. We’ll make sure that the products and installation will last for the full lifetime warranty. You’ll get peace of mind, knowing that your roof is being regularly inspected.

Frequently Asked Questions: Winchester Roofing Repairs

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Can you repair your own roof?

Yes, most homeowners, or at least those that are handy, are capable of repairing their own roof. There can be risks and potential errors involved, though, so it’s usually best left to the professionals.

Here at ADR, we have harnesses and techniques to make the repair last longer. We’re also licensed and warranty all of our repairs, which isn’t something you’d just get at home.

How do I know when my roof needs to be replaced?

There are obvious signs your roof needs replacement: leaks, missing shingles, creases in the shingles, and granular loss. Granules are the very top layer of the shingle, which protects the asphalt from the sun.

If the asphalt is exposed, the sun can crack it and create leaks throughout the roof. When you notice the granules deteriorating and showing up in your gutter, or bald spots on your shingles, it’s definitely time to consider a roof replacement.

How do I stop my roof leaking in the rain?

Nailing or stapling down a tarp in your roof can be a temporary fix, to prevent leaks in the rain. While a tarp may be good in a pinch, it’s very rare that missing shingles cause leaks. This may mean that it’s most likely flashing, a ridge fan, or something not quite as noticeable that needs repair, in order to fix the leak.

How long does a roof repair last?

A roof repair can last up to 10 or 20 years, depending on the age of the existing roof. Some roofs are often in need of repair and not replacement, since it may just be a particular area that needs to be addressed. A repair can essentially help give a full life to the shingle.

How much does it cost to fix a leaking roof?

The most common leaks happen in an isolated spot. These types of repairs can area range between $400 and $800.

Is a leaking roof covered by house insurance?

It depends on the issue and the origin of the leak. If the leak is from a flashing issue, for instance, it would not be covered. On the flip side, if it was caused by a wind storm where a tree fell on the roof, then it will be covered.

Here at ADR, we recommend having the leak looked at before contacting insurance. Oftentimes, you don’t want a claim on your record over just a simple flashing leak.

Is it better to repair or replace a roof?

It depends on the age and condition of the roof. Replacement is ideal for older roofs that tend to need continuous repair. When it comes to newer roofs, however, a repair may extend the life of the roof and help it achieve its full potential.

Is it OK to put new shingles over old?

While it is legal, it is definitely not advisable. When you put shingles over an existing roof, the new and old shingles heat up and can cause thermal cracking. That will then cause your roof to deteriorate and limit the lifespan of the shingles.

What should I do if my roof is leaking?

We recommend calling a roofer before the insurance company or anyone else, for that matter. They will be able to provide you with a quote or a free assessment.

Here at ADR, we offer free assessments for roof leaks and can often provide you a quote remotely, if you have pictures and there is obvious repair needed.

Will my roof leak if some shingles blew off?

Over time, there is a possibility that missing shingles will cause leaks. Most of the time, when just a few shingles blow off, you won’t see leaks right away, since the nails are intact on the shingles below it. In fact, 90% of the leaks that we address for repairs are not from missing shingles.

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