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Church Roofing Services

Just as commercial building owners must protect their employees and properties, so too must church leaders.

Top Church Roofing Contractor

Managing the day-to-day operations of a church is a full-time concern, and it’s important not to forget about one of the most important components of your house of worship: the roof over your head. Luckily, there’s an experienced church roofing contractor just a phone call away: Dolan Roofing & Construction.

 

At Dolan, we have the experience and skills needed to complete complex church roofing projects. Church roofing systems often require the logistics of commercial roofing along with the materials and pitches of residential roofing—and as a full-service roofer, we have the right skillset to handle these unique projects. Contact us today for a quote!

Our Church Roofing Services

As a leading church roofing contractor, we offer a full slate of services to maintain the roof over the heads of you and your congregation. That includes church roof repair, replacement, and ongoing maintenance to maximize the lifespan of your church roofing system.

Roof Repair

If your roof was damaged by storms, a prompt repair will help to restore its functionality and prevent major issues down the line. Proactive roof repairs can address damage from many sources, including hail, high winds, leaks, and more. As the area’s leading roof repair experts, the professionals at Dolan Roofing can provide the high-quality repairs you need.

Roof Replacement

We have extensive experience replacing the roofs of churches and other houses of worship throughout our service areas. With expertise in both commercial and residential roofing, we know how to tackle these large-scale projects and ensure your church gets a roof that will protect your congregation for decades.

Roof Maintenance

Ongoing maintenance is the secret to getting the most from any roofing system. Church roofs are no different—regular inspections can ensure no damage goes overlooked, and keeping your roof clean with your drainage system in proper working order will prevent leaks and other common roofing ailments.

Meeting the Unique Needs of Church Roofing Systems

As an experienced church roofing contractor, we understand the specialized demands of repairing and replacing these unique roofing systems. The Dolan Roofing team takes careful precautions with every church roofing project to ensure safety and quality.

Safety First

Because churches often have steeply pitched roofs, safety is paramount. Our team follows established safety protocols when it comes to tying off and maneuvering around these steep slopes during the repair and installation process. We also take care to plan well in advance when it comes to transporting new roofing materials and old roofing debris to and from the roof.

Protecting the Building

In addition, many churches are older, and even historical, buildings. As seasoned roofers, we understand the importance of maintaining the character of these structures while providing a new, high-quality roofing system. We take care to protect the rest of the building during roofing work, and we always clean up after ourselves when the job is done.

Highly Adaptable

Compared to other roofing projects, we understand that churches often present unique circumstances when it comes to insurance and funding roofing and other construction work. As an experienced church roofing contractor, we’ve worked around these circumstances before, and our team knows what to expect. We’ll maintain clear communication to make sure we’re following all necessary protocols throughout the roofing process.

Discover why Local Church Owners Turn to Us for all of Their Roofing Needs!

Should Our Roof Be Repaired or Replaced?

It can be difficult to determine whether a roof should be repaired or replaced, and for large roofing systems this decision is even more impactful in terms of cost. Roof replacements make sense as a long-term investment, but roof repairs can often address most common types of roof damage. Here are a few questions that may help determine whether your roof needs to be repaired or replaced.

How Old Is Your Roof?

If your church roofing system was recently installed, it will be more feasible for a skilled contractor to repair it. However, as roofs age they become more difficult to repair effectively. Once your roof is at or near the end of its expected lifespan, it will become more cost-effective to replace the roof entirely than to attempt a repair.

How Severe Is the Damage?

As a rule of thumb, roof repairs are highly effective at repairing minor to moderate damage, or even more severe damage that is relatively isolated. However, the more significant or widespread the roof damage is, the more expensive a repair will be. If damage is fairly severe across much of the roof, then a roof replacement will likely be the best option.

Dolan Roofing: Your Church Roofing Contractor

At Dolan Roofing & Construction, our team is proud of the work we’ve done to repair, restore, and replace the roofs of many churches and houses of worship throughout San Antonio. With a wealth of experience in both residential materials and commercial-scale projects, we’re uniquely equipped to serve as your church roofing contractor. 

If your church’s roof is damaged or simply needs to be inspected, get in touch with our team today.

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Church Roofing Contractor FAQs

Check out these frequently asked questions. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you still need answers.

What Type of Roof Is on a Church?

Churches can feature a wide variety of roof designs. Tented roofing is particularly common for churches and other houses of worship, as this style of roof was especially favored in medieval times and churches have continued to draw inspiration from this. However, more modern churches may use more standard roof types such as hip or gabled styles, or even flat roofing systems.

What Is the Best Roofing for Churches?

Most traditional church buildings opt for asphalt shingles, as this is the most affordable and common material used for pitched roofs. However, churches may also feature tile or even metal roofing.