Laredo Roofing Contractors
Tailored roofing solutions designed to protect your home.
Top-Rated Laredo Roofer
At McAllen Valley Roofing Co. in Laredo, Texas, we offer all of your roofing needs in one place. Our professional team of roofing contractors can help to maintain, repair, renew, or completely replace your existing roof on any residential or commercial property.
Backed by over 30 years of combined experience, our roofers pride themselves on customer satisfaction and high-quality workmanship. Working on some of the most cutting-edge projects in Hidalgo and the surrounding area, our contractors have the experience and know-how to install a variety of different roofing types to make your home one-of-a-kind and unique.
The McAllen Valley Roofing Difference
At McAllen Valley Roofing Co. in Hidalgo, we are proud of our excellent reputation. With thousands of repairs and installations, we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. We are also backed by SELECT ShingleMaster Certification with CertainTeed and are members of the National Roofing Contractors Association.
Whether you need work on your home roof, your school roof, your manufacturing facility, or your Fortune 500 office, we have the contractors to get the job done quickly and efficiently!
Did you know?
Asphalt shingles are by far the most popular roofing shingles in North America. It’s estimated that over 75% of homes have them. This is because they are cost-effective, easy to maintain, and relatively durable.
Concrete, clay, and slate tiles are the roofing materials that last the longest. Asphalt shingles last around 20 years, while metal roofing lasts about 50 years. However, concrete, clay, and slate have been known to last up to 100 years or more!
Metal roofing does not attract lightning. Contrary to what common sense might tell you, metal roofing doesn’t attract lightning. It’s no more likely to be struck by lightning than any other roofing type. Furthermore, metal roofing can actually improve your safety if lightning does strike because it is non-combustible. Metal roofing also provides strong protection against fire, rot, and insect damage.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it safe to do my own roof repairs?
Unless you are an experienced roofer, you shouldn’t attempt to do your own repairs. Firstly, roofing is a very dangerous job, and without the proper training and equipment, you could risk serious injury – especially from a fall. Secondly, roofing is a very intricate and complicated job. One small mistake could cause you thousands of dollars in larger repairs. For these reasons, it’s best to leave repairs to the professionals.
Will installing a new roof lower my energy bills?
If your attic is lacking proper ventilation, your energy bills could be much higher than necessary. A new roofing system with proper ventilation can help to lower these bills. There are also several cool roofing solutions and solar roofing options that can also help to reduce your energy bills and environmental footprint.