At Centennial Roofing, we are an industry leader in building, maintaining, and repairing all kinds of roofs. Whether you are looking for an assessment, need repairs, or are looking for a brand-new roof, our teams have the experience, skills, and accreditation to fulfill your roofing needs. Call us at 615-278-6600. We help you make informed decisions about what your home needs and how we should fulfill those needs.
- Conveniently located in Mount Juliet, on the banks of the Cumberland River
- Serve Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, and Georgia
- Free, professionally accredited assessments
- Full-service roofers and designers
- In-house insurance adjusters
- A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau
- Work directly with your insurance company, so you need never handle the bills
- Flashing, gutters, underlayers…
- Accredited by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®)
- Consistently up to date on the best materials for this area
- Licensed, bonded, and insured
Centennial Roofing: High-Quality Work, Materials, and Designs are Available at 615-278-6600
We fulfill our promise to design and build/repair “roofs that last” through the normal wear and tear of aging and weather. Unfortunately, the southeast hosts conditions that defy “normal wear and tear.” Tornadoes, derechos, rapid weather changes, and extreme heat can beat up roofs. In and around Middle Tennessee, it is common to see roofers inspecting area homes for damage after storms.
What we do promise, then, is that our roofs will last for decades barring direct hits from dangerous storms or fallen trees. Our customers have been delighted with how well our beautifully built roofs withstand conditions that tear apart shingles, gutters, flashing, and underlayers of less sturdily built roof systems.
Immense Strength: Slate Roofs
You may have seen slate roofs that are older than the homes in established developments. That’s because slate is so incredibly strong. It is also incredibly heavy.
Natural slate forms in layers, making it an ideal roofing material. Hard slate is dense, and it is nearly impossible for water to penetrate it. It is also extraordinarily heavy. Contemporary homes do not have the structural strength to support a slate roof, but if you’re building from scratch, you can arrange for a house that will support even the heaviest roof.
If you aren’t planning to build a home that you plan to pass down through the ages, you will be fine with a less heavy – and less expensive – roof.
For all roofing needs, call Centennial Roofing at 615-278-6600.