Roofing Company in Doylestown

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We Serve Residential and Commercial Customers Throughout PA and NJ

Other Services We Offer in Doylestown

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Gutter Services

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Siding Services

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Roofers in Doylestown, PA

The most crucial part of your roof investment process is hiring a roofing company that you can rely on and will stand behind their work. William Penn Roofing is ready to meet any of your roofing needs in Doylestown. Since 2008 we have built a name you can trust with Pennsylvania and New Jersey residents by consistently providing high-quality and dependable roofing services to our customers. 

Our Roofing Services

We put the needs of our customers first, consistently delivering our services with your trust in mind. Below is a list of the roofing services we offer in Doylestown, including full roof replacements, visual inspections, and partial roof replacements.    

The age of your roof, weather, and general wear and tear are all factors to consider when you are thinking of replacing your roof. William Penn Roofing specializes in full roof system replacements, using the best products and manufacturers in the industry. 

Our roofing professionals are certified installers of the leading products in the industry, which enables us to offer our customers 50-year warranties for full shingle roof replacements. 

We ensure that your commercial or residential roof is replaced efficiently using the industry’s best practices so you can rest easy knowing your home or business is protected from the elements, with little to no downtime on your property. 

Sometimes the only way to know if your roof needs replacing is to have it inspected by a professional roofer. Our skilled technicians can check your roof for any indication that repairs or replacement might be necessary. Roofing inspections are essential to save you time and money in the long run, and our team of experienced roofers will thoroughly inspect your roof system to locate any signs of damage or potential problems so that your roof can be repaired before any problems become compounded. 

If you are planning to sell your home, have it appraised, or simply suspect there could be an issue, William Penn Roofing is the company to call. We will provide you with a visual inspection report, including photos, that will depict and describe any potential issues with your roof. 

Keeping up with routine maintenance of your roof is a great way to ensure minor issues do not escalate, or it can even prevent them from happening in the first place. We recommend roofing maintenance twice a year to extend the life of your roof as best as possible. Our skilled technicians will check for any warning signs so you can catch any problems with your roof before they form.

Damage is not always indicative of the need for a total replacement. Some roofing issues can be solved with a simple repair, and others require more expertise. We offer our customers partial roof replacements that include the replacement of a full facet of your roofing system. This can be helpful for customers who do not require a full roof replacement, however, are having consistent issues with one area of their roof. This type of replacement can help keep costs low for our customers and still address areas of concern to alleviate higher costs and compounded issues in the future. 

At William Penn Roofing, our roofers are experienced in working with all kinds of roofing materials and styles, including: 

  • Metal roofing
  • Cedar
  • Asphalt shingles
  • Slate
  • Protective roof coatings
  • Flat roofing systems

No matter the extent of your roofing needs, William Penn Roofing is just a call away for everything from certified installation processes to extensive visual inspections in Doylestown, PA. 

We are proud to provide roofing services for Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania, Including:

Other Services We Offer in Doylestown

Although we are known as “William Penn Roofing,” we provide our area with much more than just roofing services. We provide various other exterior services in Doylestown. 

Sagging Gutter

Gutter Services

Gutters are an essential part of any roofing system. Just like your roof, your gutters are integral to protecting your home from water infiltration. At William Penn Roofing, we provide full gutter installations, gutter protection installations, and cleaning services so that you know every aspect of your gutter system is operating efficiently.

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Siding Services

A well-kept roof should sit on top of a beautiful home. A large part of the curb appeal for any property is the appearance of your siding. At William Penn Roofing we provide siding services for your home or commercial property, offering products from the industry’s leading siding manufacturers. . Our expert team of technicians will ensure your siding project is exactly the way you want it, whether that involves a full siding installation or partial replacement.

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Skylight Services

A skylight is an innovative way to brighten any room in your home or business. Natural light creates an inviting ambience inside your home and can be a great selling point if you one day decide to move. William Penn Roofing’s technicians are certified installers of Velux skylights, the number-one brand in the nation for skylight products. Our skylight installation services are available to customers whether you are replacing your skylight with a new roof replacement, partial replacement, or as a separate project.

Doylestown Roofing FAQs

If you have any questions about your roof or roofing in general, below is a list of common questions we get from residents and commercial property owners in Doylestown.

Although asphalt shingle roof applications are  the most common type found in North America, metal roof systems are incredibly popular due to their long life span and resilience against weather. There are several factors to consider when determining which style of roof is better. At William Penn Roofing we are available to guide you through the many considerations that come with determining what product to install on your roof.

Metal roofing can last a very long time, around 50 to 70 years and in some cases, even longer. Shingle roofs do not last as long; however, they are easier to replace and more cost-effective. 

Metal roofing is considerably more expensive than your typical asphalt shingles, which makes an investment in metal roofing a greater task to take on for a homeowner or commercial property owner. This is generally due to the cost of metal being substantially higher than asphalt along with the intensive labor that goes into a metal  roof system installation.  

The high price of a metal roofing application could be offset by its durability, as well as its  energy efficiency. Metal roofing can reflect heat from the roof surface and away from your structure, making it one of the most energy-efficient roof materials in the industry. Energy efficient shingle options can save up to 15% on your electricity, but standard shingles are more heat absorbent than metal roofing systems. 

If you are looking for an estimate for a new metal roof installation in the Doylestown area, book an appointment with us at William Penn Roofing today. 

The longevity of your roof depends on several factors, most notably the material makeup of the shingles, obstructions near or around your roof surface, and the weather conditions in your area. 

On average, shingle roofing will last about 20 years, but premium brands can go as long as 50. Because asphalt shingles are thicker, they can last closer to 30 years. Metal roofing lasts longer, around 40 to 80 years, and slate and tile roofing can go as long as 100 years. 

Weather conditions and roof maintenance will ultimately determine the life of your roof, barring any unexpected damage like a tree falling. In Pennsylvania, high winds can blow shingles up at the edge or pull them off altogether, causing their seals to break and leaving your home unprotected. Hail greater than ½ inch can damage any roofing material, leaving divots or holes in your shingles, depending on severity.  Years of sun exposure can cause your shingles to dry out over time, resulting in brittle and cracked shingles. If you have experienced hail, wind, or other storm damage to your home’s exterior, we have technicians experienced in working with your insurance to get your home restored.

The best way to ensure that your roof lasts as long as it can is to have a consistent maintenance routine. This way any issues can be addressed before they get worse and in the long run, will keep your roof in good shape for as long as possible.

A leaking roof should be restored as soon as it arises. Not doing so can lead to mold, rot, and mildew within your home. The longer it goes unnoticed, the more severe the damages can be, increasing the cost to remediate the problem. Knowing how to spot a leak is important, but first, you have to know what to look for.

Sometimes a leak can be prevented by looking for signs of a potential leak. The most obvious sign is looking for lifted or missing shingles, these areas leave your roof exposed to the elements. Cracked shingles, missing flashings, or exposed nails are also potential areas for leaks. Improper installation techniques are usually the most common reason for roof leaks. Hiring a trusted roofer like William Penn Roofing, which offers a 10 Year Workmanship Warranty on full shingle roof installations, can alleviate any future headaches. If you are unsure about your roof’s existing condition you can call an experienced roofer to inspect your roof.

Signs of a leak can include water stains, mold growth, a musty smell, missing or damaged shingles, bulging sections of your walls or ceiling, or even water-soaked insulation. If you see any of these signs, you can inspect your roof, attic, and interior to determine where the leak is coming from. However, if you’re looking for a professional eye, William Penn Roofing will inspect it for you. 

The best way to extend the lifespan of your roof is to have regularly scheduled maintenance and inspections. We recommend inspections/maintenance performed on your roof at least twice a year to check for any potential leaks or damages. When issues are found and repaired quickly, they don’t have time to worsen and will keep costs low. This will increase the lifespan of your roof, as well as save you money in the long run. 

The price of a new roof can vary depending on several factors, including materials, size, and design.

Materials:

We prefer to use the industry’s trusted leading manufacturer brands when offering asphalt roofing products to our customers. Our top three manufacturers are CertainTeed, GAF, & Owens Corning. There are many different styles and levels of quality within each of these brands, which include energy-efficient, premium, designer series, and pro series to name a few. We offer our recommendations to customers taking into consideration their budget, preferences, availability, and style of their home or building. Material costs will depend on what the customer ultimately selects as their shingle of choice.

Size:

Another large piece in determining the price of your new roof installation is the size of your roof. Larger scale roofs will cost more than a typical townhome or smaller scale roof. In the roofing industry, we measure your roof according to “squares.” If your roof is 4800 square feet, in roofing terms we would call this roof “48 square.” Every square is 100 square feet. Using these terms allows us to accurately determine how much material we would need and how much we can anticipate for labor charges. 

Design:

More complex designs require more intensive labor strategies to make sure the installation is done properly. Hip roofs are those that are in the shape of a pyramid with four roof facets on each side. Simpler designs like the standard A-frame style roof will take less material to cover them, resulting in lower material costs. The pitch of your roof will also be a factor when estimating the cost of your roof replacement. Higher pitched roofs cost more to be replaced as they are more dangerous to work on and require more safety precautions to be put in place, therefore requiring more labor. Lastly, the height of your structure can fluctuate pricing quite a bit, where higher than average homes or buildings require more labor for a secure work environment. 

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At William Penn Roofing, we guarantee honesty and fairness when it comes to our pricing. Call today to inquire about any of our roofing services and pricing.

Roofing Repairs

Replacing your whole roof can be expensive.

Maybe you are just in need of a roof repair, as opposed to a replacement.

One of our Project Consultants will come out to inspect your roof for any repairs that are needed.

William Penn Roofing will let you know what you need and how much the repairs will cost to make sure your home is protected from any further damage.

Repair calls require an $80 service fee and have a repair cost minimum of $500

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