Your Orlando Roofing Solution

July 14, 2017 by Noland's Roofing

Your roof is one of the most important elements to your home. It provides protection to the entire structure, has a major role in temperature regulation, and in many cases, it simply looks good. Because our roofs do so much for us, it is crucial that we take care of them, and when they are in need, you should look no further than Noland’s Roofing. With over 20 years of experience, we serve the Orlando area in services such as:

  • Roof Repair – Orlando Florida has a fairly warm climate, and with the constant sunshine beating down on your roof, it is to be expected that your roof experiences sun damage over time. When normal wear and tear such as this makes itself present, we step in to fix the damaged areas and restore your roof.
  • Storm Damage – Sometimes your roof may experience damages that are beyond that of normal wear and tear. Harsh rains can wear away the granules on your shingles and make them less effective, and heavy winds can remove shingles completely. If severe storms have been destructive to your roof, our repair services include sending out an expert to assess the damage and assist you with filing an insurance claim on your homeowner’s policy.
  • Roof Replacement – Regardless of how fine your roof may seem, it is important to note that all roofs have a replacement date, and after years of normal wear and tear the damage adds up. The last thing you want is leaks, which could result in severe water damage. We work hard to ensure a sturdy and reliable roof is installed to last in the unkind Orlando conditions.

Hiring the Best

At Noland’s Roofing, not only do we strive to be the best in the work we do, but we have also been ranked in the top 100 roofing contractors. We provide quality service and keep the customer in mind. We offer free estimates and guaranteed pricing to remain upfront and honest, so give your Orlando roof the treatment it deserves and call us at 407-634-6084 for your roof repair needs, or even to have an inspection conducted.


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