Tier One Roofing is your local GAF Master Elite Roofing Contractor Serving Fayetteville | Pinehurst | Raeford | Sanford | Southern Pines | Kipling | Carthage | West End | Lumberton and nearby North Carolina communities.  Call us today for your new roof at 910-263-7242.


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GAF Master Elite Roofing Contractor 

Need your roof repaired? Let Tier One Roofing in Fayetteville give you a professional inspection and free estimate.

Repair or replace your roof? That’s the question homeowners eventually will ask themselves about roofing problems like roof leaks or damaged shingles.

Eastern North Carolina’s storms and hot summers are tough on older roofs.

If your roof isn’t very old and you spot a few loose or damaged shingles, you may be able to just replace them. But for broader or more extensive damage, it may be time for a new roof. The key is a regular roof inspection so you know what’s going on up there.

If you have water stains that extend across ceilings or run down walls, the cause is probably a leaky roof. Tracking down the leak is the hard part and best left to a professional. Extended water damage from leaky roofs not only can lead to larger roof problems like rotted framing and sheathing, but damage your home siding, wall insulation and promote the growth of mold and mildew.

Hail damage destroys the granules on your shingles, which produce the color of your shingles and protect the asphalt shingle from the elements. High winds can lift the shingle up and allow moisture in. This is a common problem with roofs that have not been installed properly as some roofers use staples instead of nails to seat the shingles.

However, there are occasions when the roof or flashing damage is minimal and Tier One Roofing can take care of roof repairs for you. Remember, the DIY approach to roof repair is not a good idea. Working on a roof can be very dangerous and must be handled with extreme caution. If you are uncomfortable and don’t feel safe, it is always worth it to hire Tier One Roofing.

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Customer Satisfaction Drives Our Business

Tier One Roofing understand  it’s not very often that families install a new roof, or have roofing repairs made. We keep this in mind no matter the size of the roof or the budget. What matters is we work to get you under a safe roof so you can enjoy your home again!

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Attic Leaks

Check your attic after severe weather. A leak could mean some shingles are damaged, the underlayment — a protective barrier between your shingles and the plywood of your roof — has failed, or flashing — the material that seals joints on your roof — has deteriorated.

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Shingle Damage

When shingles reach the end of their useful life, you may notice they fall off or become cracked, brittle or curled, which means it may be time for a new roof.

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Blistering Or Peeling Paint

Poor ventilation may cause moisture to get trapped in your house, which may cause exterior paint to peel and blister.


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Dark Streaks

 It may look like dirt, but dark stains on your shingles may be moss, lichen, or blue-green algae. This may not require a new roof, but if and when you do replace your shingles, ask for StainGuard® and StainGuard® Plus protection, which are available on many GAF shingles.

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Ceiling and Wall Stains

Leaks from outside the house or moisture trapped inside it can cause stains and possibly mold or mildew.

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Hail Damage

 Hail doesn’t have to be the size of a baseball to damage your roof. Hail often hits objects at high rates of speed, accelerated by wind. Older roofs sustain damage, but if conditions are ripe for a bad hail storm, an improperly installed roof can spring many leaks due to damage.

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Sheathing Decay

Another issue with poor ventilation and moisture in your layers of roofing materials is the decay of sheathing — also called decking — which is the layer of plywood that forms the foundation of your roof. If you notice a sagging ceiling, broken gutters, leaks or missing patches of shingles, your sheathing may be damaged.

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Major Weather Events

It goes without saying Eastern North Carolina has its share of tropical storms and hurricanes. Even a strong summer thunderstorm can wreak havoc on homes and neighborhoods. Tier One Roofing assists with insurance claims so you can get back under a new roof safe and dry!

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Tier One Roofing Is Veteran-Owned

Tier One Roofing is proud to be a Veteran Owned local business serving Fayetteville area homeowners as well as active and retired military families.

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GAF Master Elite Roofer

Tier One Roofing is a GAF Master Elite Roofing Contractor, the only roofing company in the Fayetteville area that has earned this designation.

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