At Centennial Roofing, we fulfill our promise to design, build, and repair “roofs that last” for new installations, repairs after damage, or because of normal wear and tear. Call us at 615-278-6600 for a free assessment and estimate. Our number one goal is your complete satisfaction. We’re based in Middle Tennessee, and we provide services across Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, and Kentucky.
Count on us for replacement, maintenance, installation, and design for both residential and commercial buildings.
- Certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®) and GAF
- Licensed, bonded, insured
- Skilled roofers and designers
- Always maintain our training
- Independently certified roof inspectors
- Licensed insurance adjusters
- A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau
- Experienced at handling storm damage and insurance claims (our adjusters will help you navigate and expedite the claims process so we can return your property to pre-storm-damage conditions as soon as possible)
- Always on time
- Reliable, professional
- Transparent pricing
Call our Centennial Roofing office at 615-278-6600.
If your roof is over 20 years old, or you’ve been through a storm recently (we are in the southeast, after all), a free roof inspection is a great idea. We will let you know whether there are any problems, and we will write up a free estimate.
While you can do some of the inspections yourself, our team members have the equipment and training to inspect your roof thoroughly and safely.
We’ll examine your roof and attic:
- Water leaks or stains on the ceilings and walls
- Hard-do-locate odors that may be mean hidden water, algae, mold, or debris
- Bulging or bubbling interior walls
- Blistered paint
- Dripping ceilings
- Damp spots/cold spots
- Obvious cracks on the roof’s surface or in the flashing’s coating
- Ponds on the roof
- Dangling gutters, missing pieces of gutters
- Cracks in the coating on tiles or other materials
- Loose flashings that allow water or debris under the roof
- Ripped membranes under the tiles
Copper roofs are expensive, so the material is not standard. The best-known copper roof in the United States is probably the one on the U.S. Capitol. Copper roofs start with a beautiful rich sienna color that oxidizes in an equally beautiful blue-green color. It is always beautiful.
Copper roofs are lightweight, long-lasting, and resistant to fire, water, mildew, and hail.
The expense means that they aren’t practical for most homes, but they’re fun to imagine.