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Every day, of every year, your roof literally braces the elements to keep your home safe and dry. It is the front line of defense. Without a solid exterior, leaks could pour into your home damaging not only your belongings, but allowing mold to develop as well effecting the air you breathe!

And as important as your roof is to your home, it tends to be one of those things that is out of sight out of mind, until there is a problem. For most homeowners, the roofs tends to be one of the most forgotten parts until there is a leak, missing shingle out front, or if the roof caves in entirely!

There are a few reasons you may consider hiring a roofing contractor for your Middle Tennessee home, or requesting a roof inspection:

Hail or Wind Storm Damage To Your Roof

Storm damage in Nashville tends to be the most significant reason why you may call for a roofing inspection, or need a new roof. Your roof is designed to withstand Mother Nature, but even the strongest of roofs can begin to break down after facing 80 MPH winds, or 2” hail! Excessive heat can bake your shingles, while ice storms can cause ice damming, and wind storms can blow off shingles, while hail stones can penetrate the fiberglass on your shingles and in extreme cases hit through decking! There are many different ways that a storm can damage your roof.

Your roof has one primary function: shed water away from your home. And when your roofing system is designed and constructed, that is what is built to do. However, when a storm blows in, and damages your roof, it impedes your roofs ability to function properly. This is a reason that many homeowner’s insurance policies cover storm damage, or “Acts of God” because it is out of your control and it is important to repair or replace your roof in order to prevent the damage from worsening.

What starts as a small repair can quickly turn into an expensive replacement if storm damage is left undetected. It is a good idea to look for missing and curling shingles after a storm. If you see hail indents on your gutters or siding, that is also an indicator that your roof could be damaged as well. Once you begin seeing water spots or leaks after a storm, it is extremely likely that your roof may have suffered storm damage.

We have inspected 100’s of storm damaged roofs, and helped countless homeowners in the Middle Tennessee region restore their roofs to excellent condition. In many of these storm damage restoration cases, the homeowner’s insurance may cover the entire replacement cost.

Improper Roof Installation

While storm damage is one of the main reasons that we see roofs needing to be repaired and replaced in the Middle Tennessee region, improper roof installations also are something that we see. Not every roofing contractor values their craftsmanship & workmanship the same. Some have a volume based business, meaning they need to do dozens of roofs a week to be profitable. We treat our customers like we treat our own family or how we would treat our own roof – spending the time to do the job right the first time.

Unfortunately, not every roof is installed to the manufacturer’s guidelines or code. This improper roof installation will generally not be covered by homeowner’s insurance to replace, and can quickly lead to leaks. A manufacturer may also not honor the warranty if they claim the previous contractor did not install their product to code. This is another reason why price should not be your sole factor while choosing a roofing contractor. A lower price can mean “cutting corners”. While the initial expense may be less, it can equate to a higher long-term cost if you have to replace your roof in another 5 years because of an improper install, versus a slightly more expensive but reputable contractor that uses a higher-grade material and craftsmanship with a roof that could last 20 or 30 years!

Wear & Tear with an Aging Roof

Just like with a car, or other property, a roof unfortunately will begin to wear down with time. Depending on the roofing material that you have on your home, your roof has a limited lifespan. Typically, an asphalt shingle roof will last 15-20 years. With improper installation, it could be less, but could also last 25 or 30 years if it doesn’t suffer any significant wind or hail storm damage. Generally, a metal roof can last from 30 to 40 years. A metal roof can also last 50+ years if it isn’t exposed to extreme storm damage. A slate roof could last 100 years! Similarly, a tile roof can last 50 years or longer!

A lot of customers ask if they can simply patch up an aging 20 year old roof that is starting to leak. Unfortunately, patch up repairs can do more harm than good on an aging roof. As you tear up one layer, it can break layers around the problem spot. And, depending on the severity of the problem, the repair may only hold up for a short period, making the patch up repairs more costly than simply having the roof replaced properly from the onset.

Selling or Buying a Home

Your roof is one of the most prominent things that someone can see from the curb. The expression is “literal” that your roof can add to the curb appeal of your home. You may be considering putting on a new roof to increase your home’s curb appeal and selling value before listing your home on the market. Many times we have been asked to help put on a new roof before a closing date, as it is contingent on the sale. Or, perhaps you purchased a new home and contingent in the agreement is that you would put on a new roof after purchasing the home. In either circumstance, we have helped many Realtors, property managers and new home buyers/sellers by putting on a brand-new roof that not only increases your home’s curb appeal, but will last for years!

4 reasons to Choose Titan Roofing


Locally Owned Nashville roofing company

With over 25 years of experience in roofing, we take pride in our local Tennessee roots. We are devoted members of the Nashville community, and have built our company on the principles of giving back to our home. Take peace of mind in protecting your property by hiring a local Nashville roofing company that is apart of your community, and will still be here to honor your warranty in 20 years!

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Mark Cruse
Mark Cruse
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During the ice and snow storm, we had a ice dam on our roof which caused a water leak into the garage ceiling and the dining room wall. We call Titan they were here very quickly and had the job completed within two or three days. They repaired the roof, replaced drywall in the garage ceiling and the dining room wall also repainted everything. they were very courteous and very professional they even had ladies come out and clean after they were done. We would definitely use them again
Betty Menees
Betty Menees
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Installed my roof in one day and it is beautiful ! And not only does the roof look great, the clean up after they finished was tip top. Couldn't be happier. They also installed new windows for me and they were so much more than I had expected. Mike was always available when ever I had a question, excellent company. Would definitely use them again
Donna Collins
Donna Collins
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Great job removing and installing our new roof. Professional, fast and friendly. I would definitely use this company again.
Joey Rosson
Joey Rosson
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Wonderful experience, they are very professional and extremely helpful. Our roof looks great. Will definitely be recommending them to all our friends and family.
Joey Rosson
Joey Rosson
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Wonderful experience, they are very professional and extremely helpful. Our roof looks great. Will definitely be recommending them to all our friends and family.

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At Titan Roofing & Roof Restoration, we guarantee our customers complete satisfaction.

With years of experience in residential & commercial roofing, we have the expertise to help you restore or replace your most valuable investment.

We hope that you’ll trust us with your investment in your home or building. Call today for your free inspection!

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When it comes time to replacing your roof, take peace of mind by hiring Nashville’s best roofing company! With years of experience, we take pride in offering premium warranties, top of the line materials, and impeccable craftsmanship!

Common questions

Below we’ve put together some answers to the most frequently asked questions

Several factors will determine how fast or slow your new roof will be installed. First, the kind of roof you have (is it conventional or specialty roof). Does it have multiple layers? Then, other factors come into consideration, such as the scope of the project, how large your roof is, what material is being put on, etc. Lastly, weather also plays a crucial role in determining whether the roof installation will be completed on-time as sometimes Mother Nature requires a project to be re-scheduled.

If your roof is aging and worn out, then it may need to be replaced. As a roof ages, it becomes more brittle and vulnerable to storm damage. Older roofs may not be candidates for roof repair as a patch repair may hold for only a short period of time. If we can not guarantee that a roof repair will extend the life of your roof for a reasonable period of time, it may be time for a full roof replacement.

When searching for a quality roofing contractor, you should consider: previous customer reviews/references, gallery/photos, experience, warranty offered, price, and quality of materials proposed. Price should not be the only factor in your consideration, as the cheapest option may not always be the best option (the cheapest option could even end up being the most expensive long-term option). Quality and reliability of the contractor are two of the most important factors to consider.

This can depend on the type of roofing system that you decide to have installed. Most asphalt shingle roofing systems are designed to provide a lifecycle of 15-25 years. A tile, slate or metal roof can last much longer, however they tend to be more expensive roofing systems.

The lifespan of your roof is influenced by local factors such as climate, environment, weather, as well as other factors such as the material quality, roofing contractor’s craftsmanship and proper application to manufacturer guidelines.

Both metal and asphalt shingle roofs have advantages and disadvantages depending on your needs. Strictly on price and budget, an asphalt shingle roof is often cheaper than a metal roof in the short-term. However, since an asphalt shingle roof may need to be replaced twice in the lifecycle of a metal roof, over the long-term a metal roof can be more cost-effective. An asphalt shingle roof may last 15-25 years, while a metal roof can last 50 years, giving metal the edge for longevity. Surprising to many people, metal roofs are also more lightweight than shingles, and perform well when exposed to intense storm conditions.



Do you have missing or blown-off shingles? Do you have leaks or water-spots developing in your home after a recent storm? Not all storm damage is blatantly visible and can be difficult to detect to the untrained eye. We specialize in hail and wind damage roof restoration and can provide you a free, no-obligation storm damage roof inspection. If we find hail or wind damage, we can help review your options with you and explain the extent of your storm damage.