Clyde Nettles has provided high-quality residential roofing repairs and replacements for more than 65 years. We serve all of Columbia and the surrounding cities of Charleston, Augusta, and Greenville.
We work with multiple manufacturers in order to provide our customers with a variety of options to suit their needs.
If you're building a new house, garage, or addition, we can install your new roof. A professional roofer can help ensure that your roof lasts for its entire expected lifespan, especially when it is properly maintained after the installation. You will also get added peace of mind with our lifetime warranty.
While most residential roofs can be expected to last between 20 and 50 years, not every piece of your roof will last as long as the roofing material. For example, flashing often wears out long before the rest of your roof. Flashing refers to the strips of metal that surround your chimneys and air vents. This metal has a tendency to corrode and dent, which impedes its ability to keep your home watertight. By getting your roof regularly inspected and repaired, you are being proactive about protecting your home and ensuring that your roof lasts its entire expected lifespan.
If your roof is showing significant signs of wear, it's time to consider roof replacement. A new roof will provide you with protection from the elements while increasing your home's curb appeal and value. Homeowners who install new roofs can expect to recover about 70 percent of the cost when they sell their homes. The return on investment can even be increased if the new roof has energy efficient features or cool roof technology.
In order to extend the life of your roof and prevent costly failures, our roofing professionals recommend having your roof inspected in the spring and after any major weather events. By having your roof regularly inspected, you are helping to prevent leaks and save yourself money in the form of costly repairs.
Get a quote for your next residential roofing project in Columbia, SC or in the surrounding communities of Lexington, Irmo, and Forest Acres.