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Licensed (where applicable), insured and background-checked for your peace of mind.
We can answer any questions you have.
Your installation includes a 2-year labor warranty with the option of a 25-year extension.
A project specialist will visit your home at a time that’s convenient for you. They’ll inspect your home, review material options, share samples, and discuss your budget and requirements.
Your quote is based on your home’s unique requirements and measurements. To help ensure the health and safety of all, we can gather measurements in person or remotely with your help.
Your project team will manage the installation so you don’t have to. We use only top-quality products and trustworthy installers so you can feel confident about your roofing investment.
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If your home shows signs of damage like those below, it may be time for a roof replacement.
Both leaks from outside the house and moisture trapped inside can cause stains and, possibly, mold or mildew.
Poor ventilation can trap moisture in your house, which may cause exterior paint to peel and blister.
Don’t assume these unsightly stains are dirt. They may be moss, lichen or blue-green algae.
After severe weather, check for moisture in the attic. A leak could mean there are damaged or missing shingles or that the underlayment or flashing has failed. Note that underlayment is a protective barrier between your shingles and the plywood of your roof, while flashing is the material that seals joints on your roof.
When shingles fall off and/or become cracked, brittle or curled, it may be time for a new roof.
Poor ventilation and moisture in your roofing layers may damage sheathing — the layer of plywood that forms the foundation of your roof. If you have sagging ceilings, broken gutters, leaks or missing patches of shingles, your sheathing may need repair.
Eliminate roofing repair costs by purchasing an optional 25-year extended labor warranty, which covers:
The plan is transferable, so if you sell your home, the new homeowner will also have a $0 deductible on qualifying repairs.
During your consultation, the project specialist may recommend completing additional installations/services during your roofing replacement.
For most of us, roof repair and installation are jobs best left to professionals. Whether your roof has sustained damage from a storm, is getting to the end of its life span or is already long overdue for replacement, trust Lowe’s for the materials and expertise to complete the work. Schedule a free consultation to get the ball rolling.
A team of trusted independent installers will manage all the details, from start to finish. For your peace of mind, the independent installers are qualified and have been background-checked, where applicable. They’ll begin by going over your roofing-material options and providing samples to help you decide. The specialist will also go over costs and finance options. They’ll pull all necessary permits, and once the project is finished, they’ll haul away trash, debris and materials.
Roof installation includes a two-year labor warranty with an optional 25-year extension that’s transferrable if you sell your home. It includes labor associated with roof repairs due to manufacturing or installation defects as well as labor and materials coverage for roof-leak repair.
Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing material in the US. Browse our website for a wide selection of asphalt shingles in a variety of styles and colors as well as other materials. If you’d like to learn more about roofing options before scheduling your consultation, check out our Roofing Buying Guide. There, you’ll find information on types of roofing materials, how to assess roof damage and other factors to consider, such as your climate.