A damaged roof is a damaged house; missing shingles, torn flashing, and unstable under-layers are not things that homeowners can safely ignore. If your home needs repairs or a replacement, count on Centennial Roofing for high-quality work and the best materials. If you’re building a house, we will design and install a roof that fits your dreams and your budget. Call Centennial Roofing at 615-278-6600 for a free and thorough inspection. We are conveniently located in Mount Juliet, nestled near Nashville, Tennessee (Music City, USA), and we’ve also done roofing in Alabama, Georgia, and Kentucky.
- Licensed, bonded, insured
- A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau
- In-house insurance adjusters
- Free inspections
- Fast and efficient service – minimize the disruption to your routines
- Residential, commercial, and public
- Independently certified roof inspectors
- Comprehensive written estimates
- Repair and maintain your roof to give it the maximum possible lifespan
- When you need a new roof, help you design one that fits your budget and the needs of the building
- Provide worry-free services
- Our Number One Goal is Your Complete Satisfaction
- Asphalt, wood shake, metal, slate…
- Highest quality materials
A roof should last about 30 years, which is not as long as a building typically lasts, so home and business owners should expect repairs or replacements even under the best of circumstances. Tennessee and surrounding states, however, do not have the best of circumstances. Extreme temperatures (above 85 degrees or below 32 degrees Fahrenheit) describe at least half of our days. Tornados, derechos, and hailstorms are not uncommon. Call us for an inspection after storms, or heavy winds, or if you see shingles on the ground near your home. If you haven’t had an inspection in over 12 years, it’s a good time to schedule one through Centennial Roofing at 615-278-6600.
High-Quality Roofing is Always Available at Centennial Roofing: Reach Us at 615-278-6600
Reminder: March 12 is the start of Daylight Saving Time (DST), and yes, “daylight saving time” is preferred over “daylight savings time” according to those who are in charge of the preferring. According to dads – most of whom have no worries over “saving” vs. “savings,” one has to change the clocks between 1:55 am and 2:05 am to avoid going to jail as the time officially changes at 2:00 am. No wonder we’ve all happily gone to digital systems that change over without input from us.