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Shingle roofs are one of the most popular roof types in Phoenix. They’re affordable, durable and offer a variety of styles, colors and material types, lending great opportunity to add curb appeal to your home. You can tell your shingle roof needs replacement if you see granules in gutters or on the ground under your roof as result of shedding.
Shingle Roofs are one of the most popular roof types in Phoenix. They’re affordable, durable and offer a variety of styles, colors and material types, lending opportunity to add curb appeal to your home. You can tell your roof needs replacement if you see granules from your shingles in gutters or on the ground as result of shedding.
Tile Roofs define many communities in Phoenix, as well as the unique feel of the Southwest. Tiles come in a variety of materials like concrete, clay and sandcast, with concrete being the most popular. Though terracotta is a popular color for many Phoenix homes, tiles come in many different shapes, sizes and patterns.
Flat Roofs are another roof type that give Phoenix its unique feel. Flat roofs are a durable and cost-effective roofing solution. There are several material options used in flat roof construction and repair. Upon inspection of your roof, one of our expert roofing contractors will advise you on the best flat roof option for your home.
Foam Roofs are a popular choice for their reflective nature and natural cool roof properties due to their white color. The main material used in foam roofs in Phoenix is polyurethane, which is then coated. Foam roofs provide incredible insulation for your home which is one of the many benefits of this roof type in Arizona.
Because we have so many sunny days in Phoenix, without an inspection, it's hard to know if your roof is in need of maintenance or repair until after it rains. Our highly experienced roof repair specialists will locate the source of your leak(s) and perform a thorough inspection to determine next steps. Most roof repairs are straight forward. If not, you can trust your roof repair project is in the hands of qualified industry veterans.
“If I could give JBS 10 stars, I would. The team was always punctual, professional and friendly. They cleaned up so well that our yard looked better when they left than it did when they arrived. If you prefer to be more than just a contract number, definitely use them for your roof.”
Looking for a reputable, affordable roofing company in Phoenix that’s dedicated to customer service? You’ve found them.
Jim Brown and Sons Roofing provides residential and commercial roofing services, as well as rain gutter installation. Serving the great state of Arizona for over 40 years and as active members in several roofing organizations, JBS is a leader not just in the Phoenix community but also the roofing industry.
JBS has worked closely with property managers, owners, as well as state and government agencies to design, build and repair roofing systems that are built to last, protecting your assets.
We offer commercial roofing services in Phoenix and throughout the great state of AZ. With 40+ years of experience, we are well versed in building quality commercial roofing systems that are designed to withstand Arizona’s harsh desert weather and protect your investments.
You should always check how long the company has been in business as well as verify their licenses. Hiring an unlicensed roofing contractor could be costly in the long run. You should also check their standing with the Better Business Bureau and the Arizona Registrar of Contractors. A company with a long history and no complaints is usually a safe choice!
Yes, unless it was us then you can stop there. Just kidding… It is always a good idea to get more than one estimate from a reputable company, three is a good rule of thumb. When getting multiple bids make sure everyone is bidding the same thing, ask questions such as what underlayment they are using, manufacturer of product they are quoting or certified to install. Compare workmanship warranties and read the exclusions. Many roofing companies give you a price, wait for you to accept, and then give you the contract revealing their exclusions, which make the warranty worthless.
Don’t just take the lowest bid, ask questions and find out what it is that you are paying for.
Your neighbor’s roofing costs could be a different than yours even your homes are identical. Every roof has different conditions such a debris, flashings, cracked tiles that may need to be replaced, etc. We can give you a ballpark but it is impossible to give you a close number due to all the different variables that need to be seen by a qualified estimator. Things such as roof pitch, substandard or rotted wood, what is currently on the roof like air conditioners, solar panels, etc.
There is no easy answer to this question. The price of your roof will vary based on the following factors:
• Materials chosen for the project
• Square footage/size of your roof
• If you are keeping any part of your existing roof
• Time and labor required to complete the project
There are multiple variables on how long it takes to complete a house from start to finish; size, roof pitch, product being installed, access to the roof, does the roof have a lot of angles and weather? This question could best be answered when the contractor comes out and inspects your roof and provides a bid.
Most standard size houses are completed in 3 days but again this could very based on your roofs uniqueness. The estimator can give you a better idea upon inspection.
Great question! During the removal phase: Keep the driveway clear to allow for the dump trailer. Put newspaper down on the floor at the locations of any vents, such as bathroom fans and stove vents. This will protect your floors from dust that may have collected in your duct work over the years. Things don’t normally vibrate off the walls but if you have any valuable family heirlooms you may want to remove them.
Again, this depends on the roof system that you choose it can be anywhere from 5-25 years. This is a great question to ask the estimator when they give you the proposal, especially when getting multiple estimates.
Foam will last an extremely long time if properly maintained and recoated every 5 years. Shingles typically last 20 years in the heat of the Valley of the Sun, but if there are conditions that increase wear and tear on your roof such as bird and tree debris, it will shorten the life span of your roof. Tile roofs typically last 30 years but it varies based on the type of underlayment used and how many layers were applied.
On a tile roof it is extremely hard to tell unless you are having multiple leaks in different areas of the house. If you are experiencing multiple leaks, it is a good indication that the underlayment has either reached its life or that it was installed incorrectly.
Shingle roofs will have granule loss over multiple areas of the roof. You may also find pieces of the shingles on the ground after a windy day, this is due to the shingles being brittle and breaking off.
Flat roofs with a foam and coatings, you will start to see the foam exposed through the coating. Once the foam has been exposed to the sun it will need to be ground down or tore off depending on how brittle the foam is.
Sometimes you need to replace your roof as soon as possible because it is causing damage to your home each time it rains. However, if you are being proactive and replacing the roof before it becomes an emergency, then, depending on your roofing system, you may want to replace it during an optimal time.
Tile roofs have no good or bad time, they can be replaced during any season. Foam is best applied when it isn’t humid or on cold days, which is perfect for our Arizona climate. The hot sun doesn’t affect the foam cure-time but it does need to be coated within 24 hours after applied or sooner on extremely hot days. Foam cannot be sprayed in the wind or if there is rain. On the rare occasion we have an extremely humid day, we may need to reschedule your foam roof instillation.
Shingles can be replaced any season but in the hot summer months of July and August they may only be installed for a few hours in the morning. The heat of our sun can make the shingles soft, which makes it difficult to work with in the afternoon. They can still be installed but the crews generally start as early as the noise ordinance allows and then stops around lunch time.
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Jim Brown and Sons Roofing5537 N. 59th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301Phone: (623) 247-9252Fax: (623) email@example.com
Hours of Operation:Monday thru Friday: 7am – 4pm
Payment Types: Cash, Check or CC (Visa, MC, Discover & AMEX).Financing available with approved credit for residential roofing projects.
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