Tennessee’s weather is multi-faceted, a word we’ve co-opted to mean “several different kinds of unpleasant packed into a few short weeks.” It has the advantage of providing something for everyone with the disadvantage of stressing roofing materials and allowing all kinds of hazards to attack gutters, chimney flashing, and other parts of the roof. Because damage to the roof means damage to the rest of the home, our Centennial Roofing team provides free, high-integrity, fabulous-quality roofing. Call 615-278-6600 for accredited, experienced, well-regarded repairs and replacements. At Centennial Roofing, our number one goal is your complete satisfaction!
- Licensed, bonded, insured
- Near Nashville, Tennessee
- Built to Last
- International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®)
- Certified to install, maintain, and repair roofs/roof systems
- All types of roofing: asphalt, wood shake, metal, slate, tile…
- Our number one goal is your complete satisfaction
- In-house licensed insurance adjusters
- We work directly with your insurance company
- Better Business Bureau gives us an A+ rating
- Hundreds of satisfied customers – check us out online
- Beautiful and durable roofing systems
- Locally owned
- Locally operated
- Excellent service from the assessment through completion and cleanup
Homeownership means that you’re responsible for dealing with damages; you can’t ignore roof leaks or related problems because they will only get worse. While roof damage may require several steps for assessment and repair, Centennial Roofing provides everything you need.
Centennial Roofing is a Top-Rating Provider of Repairs, Replacement, and Roof Design: 615-278-6600
We’re conveniently located in Mount Juliet, and we’ve been covering Middle Tennessee since we started this business. We have worked on residential and commercial roofs not just in Davidson and Wilson Counties, but in parts of Georgia, Alabama, and Kentucky.
What to Know About Roofs
A roof is more than a design element. It protects your home from the elements and it is an important part of the home’s design.
Geography isn’t destiny, but it does help determine the kind of roof that you have. Different materials work best in different climates. Clay roofs work best in consistently hot weather, for example. In the southeast, we need roofing materials that work well with extreme temperatures at both ends of the scale.
Slanted roofs (aka “hipped roofs”) resist strong winds better than slow-slope ones, with steeply sloped roofs being preferred in areas that receive a lot of rain or snow.
Flat roofs aren’t flat. Compared to the steeply sloped roofs mentioned above, they look flat, but they are inclined, usually about a ¼ inch per foot. You probably won’t notice the incline even if you stand on the roof, but you’d notice that water doesn’t drain on a truly flat roof.
Our Centennial Roofing professionals love passing on our roofing wisdom and trivia, so we’ll let you know more fun facts next week.