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Tampa Roof Installation & Construction

LOCAL ROOFER SERVING TAMPA, FL

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ROOF INSTALLATION AND CONSTRUCTION IN TAMPA, FL

When it comes to maintaining the integrity and safety of your home or business in Tampa, FL, addressing roofing issues promptly is crucial. Backbone Construction & Roofing stands as a premier provider of roof repair and replacement services, dedicated to ensuring the durability and longevity of your property’s roof.

ROOF INSTALLATION SERVICES

While repairs can address many issues, there comes a time when a roof replacement becomes necessary. Backbone Construction & Roofing excels in roof replacement projects, offering a wide range of materials and styles to fit the aesthetic and structural needs of your property. Whether you’re looking for traditional asphalt shingles, tile, metal, or a flat roofing system, their team of experienced professionals will guide you through the selection process, ensuring that you receive the best material for your specific needs.

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MUST KNOW ABOUT YOUR ROOF

DO I NEED A ROOF REPLACEMENT?

If you’re uncertain about the condition of your roof, it’s always best to consult a professional roofing contractor. They can provide a thorough inspection and advise you on the best course of action, whether it be repair or replacement.

However, here are some considerations to help determine if a roof replacement is necessary.

#1: ROOF REPLACEMENT LIFESPAM

The lifespan of a roof varies depending on the materials used. Asphalt shingles, for instance, typically last 20-25 years, while metal or tile roofs can last much longer. If your roof is nearing or has surpassed its expected lifespan, it might be time to consider a replacement.

#2: VISIBLE ROOF DAMAGE

Look for signs of wear and tear such as cracked, curled, or missing shingles. In metal roofs, rust and dents are indicators of aging. Inside the house, dark spots on ceilings or walls and peeling paint under roof overhangs can signal a leaky roof.

#3: WATER DAMAGE AND ROOF LEAKS

One of the most obvious signs that a roof needs replacing is water intrusion. If you notice leaks or water damage, especially after a rainstorm, it’s a clear indicator that your roof may be failing.

#4: HIGH ENERGY BILLS

A less obvious sign is an unexplained increase in your heating or cooling costs, which could be due to poor roof ventilation or insulation.

#5: STORM DAMAGE

If your area has recently experienced severe weather conditions like hail storms, high winds, or heavy snowfall, your roof may have sustained damage that requires a complete replacement.

OUR WARRANTY FOR NEW ROOF INSTALLATION IN TAMPA

When installing a new roof in Tampa, thoroughly reviewing and understanding the warranty terms offered by both the roofing material manufacturer and the installation contractor is critical. A comprehensive warranty not only provides peace of mind but also ensures that your new roof is a secure and lasting investment. Always choose reputable and certified professionals like Backbone Construction & Roofing, who not only provide expert installation services but also offer strong warranty protections to back up their workmanship and materials.

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Based on 34 reviews
Dane Tewmey
Dane Tewmey
2022-11-26
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HIRING THEM WAS A BIG MISTAKE and I DO NOT RECOMMEND THEM TO ANYONE. I hired Backbone Construction and Roofing to build a covered front porch, concrete sidewalk/walkway, additional concrete pad, a large concrete footer (later canceled) around my driveway, and a rear deck/patio with additional concrete at the steps. After signing the contract, they required me to get a land survey, which cost me $600. They require 50% down payment. After a few months later they tried to tell me the price of the decking materials increased by $3,500, which is a 70% price increase. FYI, if you back out of the contract, they will keep 10% of the down payment even if they do no work. They filed the permit with incorrect information classifying my house as a manufactured home and tried to change the build designs. I had to figure this error out for them. There was NO OVERSIGHT on the build. When issues were pointed out, I was told they would be fixed (most were never fixed) or that it was built that way as required by code (not true). Example: I asked for concrete footers using round forms above the soil line so wood posts would not touch dirt or be buried. What I got concrete were footers that are below the soil line that hold water (2 inches of water) at every post and at the bottom of the steps. A perfect situation for wood rot. I inquired about this issue during the build and they did nothing, they just continued the build even after I was told they would fix it (they never did). They just continued on with the build like nothing happened. By the time the front porch structure is in place and they told me there was nothing they can do now. They even tried building it without installing all of the concrete footers, even though the contracted drawing called for all of them to have concrete footers. During the demolition and build, they threw all of the trash, debris, screws, nails into a big pile in my back yard and front yard. They also left trash under the back deck and front porch. They mixed concrete on my driveway that I had to scrape and clean off when I came home from work. I also took it upon themselves to use my wheel barrow to mix their concrete and broke my wheel barrow. They also splattered concrete on my white PVC fence and did not clean it up. The porch frame work was apparently enough to pass inspection, but looked horrible (looks like they used scrap wood to frame out the roof, they used different width boards because it was all getting covered). Even though there was an engineered drawing done, they basically nailed as many boards together as needed to pass inspection. When they added the roof extension and shingles, they managed to crush all of my attic vents and did not even have the decency to bend them back into shape or tell me. I asked about the decking layout because I was never consulted on that. I was told the decking layout would be a specific way, which looked horrible. I asked them to make a slight change to the decking layout that would not cause any frame work to be adjusted. Backbone decided to say they would charge an extra $800 for “extra materials”. These extra materials were required because the failed inspection they had to fix, all of which was before decking layout issue. Once the porch and deck were built, still with issues not fixed, they failed the deck railing inspections. The rail slats were loose because they used the wrong parts, which also resulted in them manually cutting the step railings to make them work (this looks trashy and was never fixed by Backbone). They did fix the loose railing slats because they had too. Every railing was installed crooked/slanted, which they said they fixed, but they are only less crooked now. They also never called in the inspection prior to finishing the roof work. They subcontracted out for the sidewalk concrete pours. I ended up with a slanted sidewalk going from my driveway to the front steps. The bottom step also creates a tripping hazard that Backbone did not fix.
debra roark
debra roark
2022-08-10
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I can’t say enough about Backbone. This is the second job they’ve done for me. Nathan is a class act. He’s prompt with all correspondence. His crew is well organized and friendly!
Sarah VanCamp
Sarah VanCamp
2022-07-13
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Joel was so great to work with. The crew was respectful and worked so hard in the blazing heat. Definitely recommend. So happy we replace our roof.
Lesli Platt
Lesli Platt
2022-04-21
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Such a great job! Easy to work with and my roof is beautiful!
Ray
Ray
2022-04-13
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Hired them to remove a load bearing wall did a great job keep the good job up backbone
Julie Cooprider
Julie Cooprider
2022-04-13
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I would recommend this company. The staff are excellent .
Rose Cotten
Rose Cotten
2022-04-13
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Joel, the salesperson, was professional and kept me informed the whole way through the process. The guys that installed the roof worked hard to get it done in the scheduled time.
Vikki Caradonna
Vikki Caradonna
2021-12-10
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I contracted Backbone to frame a cased opening and install my doors for a home office and add crown molding. While it took a while to get my job scheduled, when they installed, it was done correctly, cleanly and on time. I couldn’t be happier.

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BACKBONE CONSTRUCTION & ROOFING – OUR PROCESS

TIMELINE FOR ROOF INSTALLATION IN TAMPA

When you choose Backbone Construction and Roofing for a new roof replacement, you’re engaging with a process that is streamlined, transparent, and focused on delivering quality results in a timely manner.

The process begins with a free roof estimate appointment, where our team meets with you to discuss your needs, preferences, and any specific concerns. This is followed by a thorough inspection of your existing roof to assess its condition and identify any specific challenges or requirements for the new roof.

Based on the initial assessment, we provide a detailed new roof installation proposal that includes the scope of work, materials to be used, project timeline, and cost estimate. Once you review and agree to the proposal, a formal agreement is signed, and the project is scheduled.

Our skilled team will then begin the roof replacement project and remove the old roofing, make any necessary repairs to the underlying structure, install the new roof. The duration of this phase depends on the size and complexity of the roof, weather conditions, and other factors.

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