Residential Roofing

Residential Roofing in Bremen, GA

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A whole new way to do roofing

Pro Tech is committed to providing the best service and care for all of our clients so that they can leave happy knowing an industry leader
took their home cared-of. 

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Residential Roofing Services

We at Pro Tech understand that your roof is an essential component of the beautiful and cozy home you’ve worked so hard to create. We will work with you to design a specific plan for their needs!

High Return On Investment

  • Appeal to more customers 
  • Increase on sale price when its time to sell  
  • Shows potential customers that you maintain the integrity of the home

Energy Efficiency

  • Keeps unwanted hot/cold air of the house 
  • Viable Options Repel Heat 
  • Reduce Energy Costs and Save Money

Curb Appeal

  • Updated Modern Design 
  • Enhance the look of the house 
  • Desire to be home increases with a new look

Healthier Home

  • A new roof will keep leaks out, decreasing the chance of Mold in the home
  • Keeps the structure intact 
  • It gives your home a longer life

How to maintain my Roof?

A roof is the most valuable asset in a home. It keeps your family warm during winter and cool during summer, prevents water damage from heavy rains or hail storms, and protects you against soot stains on windowsills that come with dirty air. The Integrity of your home is based on the structure and the roof above it. It’s essential to keep them up to date and safe.

Having a pest-free roof is vital because it can help reduce the damage or wear on your home. Keeping tree branches, power lines, and bushes far from our roofs will make sure that pests stay away- which means you don’t need to worry about them climbing up onto any of these items for there to be an impact inside.

Gutters are an essential part of your roof, but they can become clogged with leaves and other debris. When this happens, rainwater pools in the gutter, which increases the risk of leaks or foundation damage due to excess water pressure from heavy downpours. Gutters should be cleaned at least twice per year, if not more often, depending on weather conditions. Let us professionally clean the gutters for you to ensure the safety of your home.
The best idea is to be proactive when you know a storm is coming your way and remove all nearby limbs and branches near your roof. Limbs and branches knocked loose during a storm can cause immediate damage to your Roof and provide easy access for animals to invade your home. Clear away threatening branches to eliminate this possibility.

Shingles shrink and crack in hot weather. The effects can be more extreme for roofs that are not adequately cared for; missing or damaged shingles make it easier to spot any problems with your Roof before they become serious issues. It’s beneficial to inspect your roof to find any problems before they get serious.

The wind easily carries the spores from algae and mold. If you see moss or any type of fungus while inspecting, it could mean there’s water leaking somewhere in your home.
The most overlooked part of your home is often the roof. If you’ve noticed any cracks on it, don’t hesitate to have a professional inspect for damages that could lead to more severe problems like leaks and structural issues.
A poorly insulated roof can cause a home to lose up to 25% of its heat. Insulating your attic or Roof will help save you energy while keeping the house comfortable! It’s also durable, lasting more than 40 years with proper care. Don’t wait another day before getting that job done right.
If you notice any of the signs above and aren’t sure what to do, contact Pro-Tech for an expert inspection. Our team will be there to help with all of your needs.

Common Roof Problems

The damage caused by leaks can be seen in many forms, including water stains and rot. They may lead you to other problems as well if left untreated for too long because of the structural implications it will have on your home’s foundation.

Having a pest-free roof is vital because it can help reduce the damage or wear on your home. Keeping tree branches, power lines, and bushes far from our roofs will make sure that pests stay away- which means you don’t need to worry about them climbing up onto any of these items for there to be an impact inside.

Standing water is an indication that your Roof may be sinking. If you notice standing puddles around the house, this could be due to a few different things like missing shingles or tiles. Still, more often than not, it’s because one area on the flat surface has sunken lower than others and created extra spaces under them where rainwater can accumulate into pools.
Shingles can be damaged from heavy storms, debris, or even just time passing. While your roof might not seem like it is a pressing matter at first glance, exposure to sunlight and water will accelerate its deterioration, leaving you exposed to more risks for costly repair bills later down the line.
If you want a successful installation, ensure that your flashing is properly attached and secured. Otherwise, the seams will prevent water from going where it needs to go, or any protruding structure on top of roofs could cause problems.
Gutters are an essential part of your home’s roof, but they can become clogged if not cared for. When gutters don’t have enough room to hold all the rainwater backlogged up inside them, leaks or rot may occur, which could cause structural damage.

Types Of Roofing We Offer

Shingle Roofing

Shingle roofs are a popular type of roof in North America because they're durable, versatile, and offer many colors to choose from.


Metal Roofing:

Metal roofs are an excellent investment for your home. They offer many benefits that differ from asphalt shingles, such as being more durable against extreme weather conditions and not posing the risk of harmful moisture buildup. Metal roof systems protect from harsh outdoor elements like snowfall or heavy rainstorms while also safeguarding indoor air quality by limiting exposure to pollen count contaminants, particularly during allergy season when it's most susceptible to this type of damage.

Tile Roofing:

Tile roofs are among the most durable and appealing types of roofing. They can be made from clay, ceramic or concrete tiles that all have nails securing them in place to your house's exterior walls below it! A typical tile installation starts at its base with connecting rows then overlapping those next when it finishes up high enough for waterproof protection against rainwater seeping through onto whatever surface lies beneath.

Slate Roofs

Slate is the most durable of all roofing materials. Properly maintained, it can potentially last the lifetime of your home—even if that life is two centuries long.

There’s a reason why we’re the go-to company for quality repairs on your roof. From answering all of those questions and providing accurate information about our products or services right through making sure you love your new roof for your home!

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