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Comanche Roofing specializes in the replacement, repair, and maintenance of all roofing types. If your home or business has been impacted by storm damage or a leak, call Comanche Roofing for a free inspection.

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13804 Turbine Dr #B Austin TX 78728, United States

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cody@comancheroofing.com

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(512) 796 9175

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Shingle Roofing

Shingle Roof Replacement

Replacing your shingles starts with stripping the existing roof down to the decking (typically made of OSB or plywood). During this messy phase, Comanche Roofing will protect plants, windows, and other vulnerable elements with tarps or plywood barriers to prevent damage from falling debris. Necessary repairs or replacements of the decking are carried out to ensure a solid foundation for the new roof.

Next, a new layer of synthetic underlayment is laid down to provide an additional layer of protection against water infiltration and to “Dry-In” the roof. Finally, the new shingles are laid starting from the bottom edge of the roof and working upwards in overlapping rows. All pipes, vents, and penetration flashings are replaced and painted to match. At Comanche Roofing, we take the clean-up seriously. The job concludes with a thorough cleanup, including the use of a magnetic roller to remove nails and metal debris from the grass.

Shingle Roof Repair

Repairing a leaking shingle roof involves several key steps to ensure a thorough fix. First, the source of the leak must be accurately identified, often requiring a thorough inspection by Comanche Roofing to to see where water is penetrating. Once the problematic area is pinpointed, surrounding shingles are carefully removed to reveal the underlying structure and check for any water damage or deterioration in the decking or underlayment.

Damaged materials are replaced or repaired to restore structural integrity. Next, new underlayment may be laid down as a moisture barrier before installing new shingles that match the existing roof’s color and style as closely as possible. These shingles are securely nailed in place and sealed to prevent future leaks. The repair is completed with a careful cleanup of any debris, ensuring the roof is restored to a functional state with an appearance that blends seamlessly with the original structure.

New Construction Shingles

Installing shingles on a new build is a multi-stage process, coordinated between the builder and Comanche Roofing. Initially, the roof deck is covered with a waterproof ‘dry-in’ material that acts as a temporary barrier while construction continues. We then custom fabricate and install the metal roof-to-wall flashings.

Once the flashing is in place, other trades may perform necessary work on the roof, such as siding installation or painting. After all ancillary work is completed, the shingles are installed, starting from the lower edge of the roof, and working upwards in overlapping rows. All Comanche Roofing projects are concluded with a rigorous punch out inspection.

Flat Roofing

Comanche Roofing excels in repairing flat roofs by employing a scientific approach to diagnose and resolve issues related to leakage. By understanding the fundamental problems of poor drainage due to flat surfaces, they utilize advanced techniques and materials specifically designed to enhance water runoff and resistance.

Comanche Roofing selects high-quality, durable materials that are suited for flat roofs and are proven to withstand harsh conditions over time. Moreover, their meticulous installation process ensures that every joint is perfectly sealed and aligned, eliminating potential leak points. By combining technical expertise with scientific principles, Comanche Roofing delivers long-lasting solutions that address the unique challenges of flat roofing systems effectively.

Replace

TPO roofing, or Thermoplastic Polyolefin roofing, is a popular type of single-ply roofing membrane known for its heat-reflective properties and strong resistance to ultraviolet, ozone, and chemical exposure. Made from a blend of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber, TPO is designed to provide durability and performance in a cost- effective solution. It’s typically installed in large sheets that are either mechanically fastened, adhered, or ballasted to the roof deck, making it an ideal choice for flat or low-slope commercial buildings. TPO’s white reflective surface helps in reducing cooling costs, making it an environmentally friendly option that contributes to lower energy consumption.