Our tile roofs are from every profile, size, color and material under the sun. Call us for the latest in full tile profiles and colors from all manufactuers for your roof structure. Our tile installation crews are factory certified applicators of Polyfoam and Polyglass. All tile installation is performed using a polyfoam adhesive.
Waldrep Roofing chooses not to install nail or screw-on roof systems because they are inferior to a polyfoam adhesive system. All tile roofs are installed with 26-gauge, galvanized metal hip and ridge channel (not wood), ensuring all ridge caps are tightly secured. We also choose to use Polystick TU Plus underlayment system, a bitumous waterproofing membrane, which is reinforced with glass fibers and has high mechanical properties thanks to the polyester material found on the upper surface. This process provides a full bonding of all layers to the base, and gives you a watertight system with a life expectancy that will supersede any other underlayment. Due to this process we are proud to offer a 10 year warranty on all tile roofs.
Waldrep Roofing has been the leader in standing seam metals roofs since they were first introduced. We are Englert certified metal roof installers and our metal roof teams are the best in the business. We are proud to offer custom fabricated metal packages and on site metal forming, which eliminates the "middle man" and insures the highest quality of service and materials. Our metal roofs come in many colors that can completely transform the look of your house while saving you money on your electric bill.
We use only the best fungus-resistant shingles by Elk, CertainTeed, Ownes Corning and GAF. At Waldrep Roofing we take pride in selling top-of-the-line products and install all systems to meet or exceed manufacturer's specifications.
Being a performance contractor sets us apart from our competition.
All shingles are installed using Dade County approved materials, the code that sets the standard for the nation when it comes to wind uplift requirements.
- Elk Performance contractor
- Shingle Qualify Master contractor
- GAF certified master elite contractor
At Waldrep Roofing we know roofing membrane systems from hot asphalt built up roofing to single ply, and we can help you find the best and most effective application for your roof. Our flat roof crews and crew leaders are the best in the industry at removing and re-installing flat roofs to meet present day standards. Waldrep Roofing specializes in taking flat roofs to new levels. Whether you have a small or large flat roof, we are always ready to design a system according to your needs.
Not all leaks require a new roof. We have a professional repair team ready to tackle even the toughest of leaks. From flat roofs to steep roofs, Waldrep Roofing covers all types of roof systems. Guaranteed.
Restoration is the complete rejuvenation of the entire roof that can significantly extend the lifecycle of your roof. This is considered a major repair of your roof system. Our restoration team is trained to identify and refurbish major deficiencies before a costly replacement is necessary. This is a Waldrep Roofing specialty and will usually cost you about half as much as a full replacement.
Some warning signs to let you know when it's time call Waldrep Roofing:
- Interior ceiling stains
- Stained or rotted fascia board or soffits
- Blistered, curled, or split shingles
- Loose or missing shingles or tiles
- Loose nails
- Exposed nails (can lead to leaks in the roof)
- Dark patches on asphalt shingles and/or large amounts of granules in the rain gutters (the granular coating is wearing away)
- Sagging either on the ridges or in the center of the roof
- Broken or loose shingles at the ridge lines and hip lines
- Rusty or corroded metal (flashing) and loose shingles in the valleys, plumbing vents, or near chimneys. It may be necessary to remove excess debris and leaves to inspect thoroughly (and lots of leaf debris can cause damage to these sensitive areas of the roof)
- Rusty metal or loose shingles in locations where a vertical side of the house meets the roof
- Overflowing gutters or excess water pooling near the foundation of the house
- For flat roofs, look for blisters (pop the blisters with a knife and coat them with roofing cement to prevent further damage), depressions near vent pipes (can also be filled with roofing cement), separations in flashing and clogged drains
If you observe any of the signs listed above, you need roof repairs or a new roof. Depending on the degree of damage, you can decide what is best for you and your house. Often the cost of reparing or replacing a roof is less than dealing with the damage an old roof can cause to your home. We will present you with both options.