ROOF REPLACEMENTS

ROOF REPLACEMENT GUIDE

Sometimes a roof is beyond repair and needs to be completely replaced. When that time has come, rest assured that you have a trusted partner in Behmer Roofing. Our team as been replacing roofs in Arizona’s Homes & Commercial Buildings for over 35 Years! During the estimating process our goal and focus is to find a roof solution that works for you. That translates to saving you time, money, and headaches. Call Behmer Roofing today for a free estimate on replacing your entire roof.

HOW THE BEHMER PROCESS WORKS

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Step 1

The Behmer Roofing team will come and survey your roof.

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Step 2

The Behmer Roofing team will draw up a quote and estimated timeline.

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Step 3

Your roof replacement begins!

THE BENEFITS OF A NEW ROOF?

Replacing a new roof can be very frustrating. There are far more benefits from having a new roof installation. 

Property Value

A new roof raises the value of your property.

Return on Investment (ROI)

A New Roof Replacement can have a fantastic Return on Investment. Not a bad idea.

Energy Efficient

A New Roof Replacement will allow your HVAC system function correctly.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

According to Angie’s List– the average roof replacement costs anywhere from $4,900 to $14,100 depending on the size and materials used. Call Behmer Roofing today to get a free estimate!

The lifespan of a roof depends on the type of system. Metal roofs last the longest at 50-75 years; asphalt shingles: 12-20 years; coating 3-5 years; built-up roofs 12-20 years; foam 10-13 years; concrete tile 20 years.

There are plenty of signs that you need to replace your entire roof. If you are noticing rot, extensive leaks, or missing materials, maybe it’s time to consider calling Behmer for an estimate!

According to HomeAdvisor, a new roof increases a home’s value by nearly $12,000. Replacing your roof will pay off if you decide to sell.

Probably not unless you recently experienced storm damage due to hail or wind. Insurance companies tend to be picky over what they cover and how much. They are more likely to cover a roof replacement from severe damage or a storm rather than a roof past its lifespan.