Residential Roofing

The roof of your house is important. But it’s easy to forget how important the roof is until something goes wrong and suddenly you have damaged shingles or water leaking into your house.

Annual inspections are also necessary to prolong the life of your roof. By having your roof inspected yearly, you can avoid tiny leaks stemming into bigger problems. Another time to schedule a roof inspection is after a severe storm. Storms can leave behind significant damage to your roof flashing, gutters and shingles.

Whether you are looking to fix your damaged metal roof, or upgrade the look of your home with new roof installation, the expert team at Benchmark Building can help

Benchmark offers free estimates and roof inspections to help you figure out the best option.  We also adhere to Texas Insurance requirements of installing Class IV roofs, so your claims process is as efficient and stress free as possible.

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Metal Roofs

A metal roof is a durable roofing option with low maintenance

Metal roofing has a long history and a great future as a roofing option on residential homes. They are highly durable, they last a lifetime, and they have the ability to have any style option you want for your home – even the look of real wood shingles and cedar shakes.

Here at Benchmark Building, we offer a variety of metal roofing options to meet your style and budget. All of our roofing systems provide an authentic look without the drawbacks of mold growth, rotting, high maintenance and unreasonable costs. Our metal roofs are designed to provide lasting functionality for your home.

If you would like to learn more about installing a metal roof on a new home or on your current roof, contact us today! We provide free estimates and roof inspections.

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Composition Roofs

This is one of the most common roofing choices in the US. They are relatively easy to install and require little maintenance, which makes them a good choice for many homes. They also come in a variety of colors, so customers have the ability to customize their look to a degree. Shingles are also relatively inexpensive making them a good choice for those with many budget concerns.

Here is what homeowners should remember about composition style roofs:

  • Very common, some might say too common
  • Inexpensive
  • Flexible, so they are compatible with various roofing designs
  • Lightweight
  • Require little maintenance and easy to repair or replace
  • Available in many colors

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