Roof Painting Columbia SC

There are multiple types of roof shingles you can have on your home. Whether your shingles consist of asphalt, wood shake, composite, or tile, keeping them in good repair is imperative to protecting your home.

Commercial Service Co Inc
(803) 600-0541
3634 Foxhall Rd
Columbia, SC
 
Watts & Associates Roofing Inc.
(803) 786-4610
7416 Fairfield Rd
Columbia, SC

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Burgin Residential & Commerical Services
(803) 798-0063
6371 Saint Andrews Rd
Columbia, SC

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MidState Roofing
(803) 356-1919
207 Oak Dr
Lexington, SC

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C Ray Evans Roofing
(843) 200-9506
100 Jackson Street
Summerville, SC

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Aqua Seal Manufacturing & Roofing Inc
(803) 936-0420
1144 Walter Price St
Cayce, SC

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Carolina Roofing Contractor LLC
(803) 776-1228
1023 Delta Drive
Columbia, SC
 
CMR Roofing
(803) 269-9090
2170 N Lake Drive Apt 1025
Columbia, SC
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Comprehensive Maintenance Services Inc
(803) 732-5558
530 Vision Ct
Irmo, SC

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Exterior Specialists
(864) 609-1891
601 Pine Knoll Drive
Greenville, SC

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Sprucing Up the Roof with Paint

There are multiple types of roof shingles you can have on your home. Whether your shingles consist of asphalt, wood shake, composite, or tile, keeping them in good repair is imperative to protecting your home.

Tile roofs stand apart with their own distinct appearance. They have long been a favorite in home design, and some of them can actually be quite old. If you are looking to spruce up your roof without having to completely replace the tiles, there are a few steps you can take. One possibility is painting.

Roof Painting Prep

Before beginning, carefully evaluate the condition of the tiles . You want to be sure restoring them is worth your while and that the roof is not in need of replacement. A professional roofing contractor will be a better judge of this, and you can learn from their experience when receiving free estimates.

If the tiles are in good condition, begin by thoroughly cleaning the tiles with a pressure washer. A pressure washer can remove mold and mildew and can make the tiles look clean and fresh for up to eight months.  After the tiles are completely dry, look for any cracked or broken ones that should be replaced.  If the tiles are concrete, a sturdy concrete stain is sufficient. If the tiles are clay, you should contact the manufacturer to learn about what products are available for re-coloring. There are sturdy acrylic industrial strength r...

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