Extreme temperatures (above 85 degrees F or below 32 degrees F) age roofs more than the simple passage of time, so you may benefit from a roof inspection if you live in our service area: Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and Kentucky. We are Centennial Roofing, and we are a highly rated, experienced, and accredited roofing company that provides inspections, designs, maintenance, repairs, and installations. Call us at 615-278-6600 for a thorough assessment after storm damage, if you are thinking of selling your house, or you’re concerned about time and weather sneaking up on your roof. A roof is a lot more than a way to keep out the rain; it protects the walls and other parts of your home from the elements; it keeps you comfortable; it adds to the look and value of your home, and it is at least 40% of your home’s area.
- In-house insurance adjusters
- Licensed, bonded, and insured
- The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®)
- Design, installation, repairs, maintenance
- Free inspections
- Residential, commercial, and public
- Independently certified roof inspectors
- Comprehensive written estimates
- A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau
- Our Number One Goal is Your Complete Satisfaction
- Worry-free services
- Variety of materials
- Our number one goal is your complete satisfaction
- Paperwork wizards who work directly with your insurance company
Schedule a free inspection and assessment with our Centennial Roofing professionals; consider it a valuable gift to yourself. Reach us at 615-278-6600.
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While most of any building will outlast its roof, a roof in serious disrepair will allow damage to creep through the rest of the structure. If water, mold, and debris can seep into the attic and down the walls, they can end up destroying your home.
A strong roof protects homes from damage, thereby adding value. An attractive roof adds value as well.
Our Centennial Roofing professionals provide wide range of roofing materials, such as:
- Long rolls of mineral- and asphalt-impregnated materials
- Best used for outbuildings such as sheds
- Utilitarian rather than attractive
- Does not last long
Built-up roofing (BUR)
- Used for low-slope (“flat”) roofs
- Several layers of roofing felt that are impregnated with asphalt and applied while hot
- Applied in two to four overlapping layers, on top of which we apply a layer of finely crushed stone that is embedded in hot tar
- Lasts 20 to 30 years
- Also for low-slope roofs
- Several types, with one of the best being EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer), which is also called rubber roofing
- Applied similarly to rolled roofing, but in larger sheets that limit the number of seams that allow to infiltrate
- With proper maintenance, will last 20 to 35 years or more
We’ll go over more roofing type at another time.
Centennial Roofing provides the full range of roofing services that you may need.