Roofing

Expert Residential & Commercial Roofing Services in Central Ohio

Choosing the best roof for your home or business plays a critical role in its longevity, health, and safety. Your roof is the last line of defense to protect your structure’s interior from the elements, and at Kerrigan Roofing and Restoration, we make sure you’re fitted with the best roof to meet your specific needs.

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Our factory-certified contractors have a vast knowledge of all types of residential and commercial roofing systems. From roof repair to new construction, Kerrigan Roofing and Restoration has got you covered!

A Full Range of Roofing Services

Kerrigan Roofing and Restoration offers a wide array of high-quality roofing services to fit any budget. Whether your roofing needs are big or small, we’ll strive to ensure your total satisfaction with affordable products, clear communication, and respect for your property. Reach out to our skilled specialists for any of our top-notch residential and commercial roofing services:

Telltale Signs You Need a Professional Roofer

Roofs don’t last forever, and both residential and commercial roofing systems show their age through telltale signs. While most roofs should give at least 20 years of reliable protection, there are some common red flags that your roofing system is deteriorating and needs repair or replacement services:

  • Blistering, cracking, dented, or flaking roofing material
  • Leaking skylights
  • Damage caused by weather
  • Stains on interior ceilings and attics
  • Large ice dams at roof edges
  • Broken, cracked, corroded, or rusted flashing

Request a Free Roof Inspection Today

As a full-service roofing contractor, Kerrigan Roofing and Restoration brings high‑quality craftsmanship and hard-working team ethics to every project. To learn more about our premium roofing services, please call (937) 848-6056 in Xenia or (614) 373-2519 in Dublin, or contact us online.

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