Roof Maintenance

Roof Maintenance

Our roof maintenance programs will save you money and add value to both you and your property, sometimes as soon as day one.

Have some questions first?

Give us a call. One of our project managers is ready to help you.

Meet Your Roofing Team


Cory Carter

Partner & Sales

David Gross

Project Manager

Zach Barnes

Project Manager

Major Fussell

Project Manager

Nick Vance

Project Manager

Toney Walsh III

Project Manager

Brian Quinn

Project Manager

Denico Hernandez

Project Manager
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Jason Spry

Project Manager

Chris Fiedler

Repair Consultant

The Roof Assurance Maintenance Program.

The My Town Roofing Roof Assurance Maintenance Program gives our customers a routine, comprehensive, and preventative care program for your roof. Each customized plan is developed specific to your needs and based on the current condition of your roof.

What are the benefits of this program?

As a member of our Roof Assurance Maintenance Program, you’ll begin saving money from day one. Here are just some of the benefits you will receive:

Why is a preventative roof maintenance program important?

Avoid Costly Roof Expenses.

It is possible for a roof to leak for days/weeks/months before its ever noticed. These leaks will lead to rotted decking, rafters, and growth of mold/mildew in you wall and ceiling cavities. The process to repair these issues can be very intrusive to the homeowner and lead to thousands of dollars spent that could have been avoided.

Roof Maintenance vs. Roof Replacement

Our maintenance program costs about 2% (on average) of what it would cost to replace your roof. Unfortunately, most homeowners take an “out of sight, out of mind” approach when it comes to maintaining their roof. Often times, this approach is very costly.

Limits Your Insurance Liability.

Did you know that regular roof maintenance is the sole responsibility of the homeowner? Even if you have the best warranty money can buy, if you ever need to make an insurance claim and the adjuster deems that the roof has not been properly maintained, your claim will more than likely be denied.

Satisfies Your Warranty.

The warranties offered by reputable roof manufacturers require homeowners to prove that the roof has had regular maintenance before they’ll honor the contract and pay for needed repairs. Residential roof repair in Memphis can be expensive, and it’s unfortunate to fork out your hard-earned dollars for damages that should be covered under warranty.

Thankfully, you can avoid this all together with My Town Roofing and one of our Roof Assurance Maintenance Programs.

My Town Roofing has helped countless homeowners and commercial property owners restore their roofs and protect their homes and offices by making timely repairs. In many cases, we’ve added years of the life to their roof.
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The Roof Assurance Maintenance Program

All of our maintenance programs include:

Each homeowner that joins our program will become part of our growing family of homeowners who understand the value of maintaining their investment. The benefits are endless, but each person will receive:

Multi-Point Assurance Inspection

Onsite inspection that is thorough and comprehensive to diagnose the current condition of all roofing system compononents.

Detailed Diagnostic Report

Photos, detailed documentation, and the estimated remaining serviceable life of each component in your roofing system.

One-Year Care Plan

A detailed and preventative care plan that outlines the steps we will take to prolong the life of your roof plus any repairs needed if applicable.

Yearly Gutter and Valley Cleaning

All gutters and valleys will be blown out to remove any debris that may have been caught which can lead to roof leaks and other damage.

Bi-Annual Roof Inspections

Scheduled inspections of your roof system every six months to ensure that there have been no changes to the roof since the prior year’s inspection.

Level 1: Inspect & Repair

24-Hour Emergency Response

Priority scheduling for emergency repairs.

Certified Roof Assurance Maintenance Warranty*

Work included As Needed:

Replace boots, seals pipe stacks, paint pipes, check and seal flashings, clean debris from gutters and valleys, assess amount of ventilation and check function of power vents, effectiveness of prior repairs, clean skylights, assess current conditions to determine life expectancy, confirm pitch appropriate materials, trim and branches that may come in contact with the shingles, connect dryer and bathroom vents to the outside, and check all siding and brick to ensure water-tight condition.

*Warranty issued is based on condition of existing roof system.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are just some of the questions that we often receive from our customers. Don’t see the question you have? No problem. Just give us a call at (901) 834-7663.

The cost to repair a leaky roof will depend on several factors. These factors include the age of your roofing system, the total area that requires a repair, and the roof material type.

For example, if you have a slate roof, which is a more expensive roofing materials, the cost of repairing it can also be equally expensive.

In contrast, an asphalt roof is common and pretty wallet-friendly. However, asphalt shingles overall lifespan is much shorter, which means you may want to do a complete roof replacement. In many cases, our clients find it doesn’t make sense to repair an older roof that may only last 2-3 more years. It comes down to what makes the best sense for you at the time of your needed repair.

Yes, a roof can easily be repaired if only a small portion or only a section is causing the leaks or has been damaged. For example, missing shingles is one of the more common issues that often require roof repair. However, finding matching shingles can sometimes be challenging. In this case you may want to consider the curb appeal or your property’s value, what will the repair look like from the road. This is something we run across all the time.

The best way to determine for sure whether or not your roof can  be repaired, is to schedule an inspection.

Yes, roof repairs are covered by homeowners insurance  if the damage is not caused intentionally (be sure to check what’s included with your policy).

With signs of roof storm damage caused by natural calamities, your insurance provider may also check the roof’s life and the costs of repairs. In case the costs are lower than your deductibles, your insurance claim may be rejected. This is why it is always best to have a roofer come out and inspect and explain the options based on the inspection.

Example, if its minor damage and the roof repair cost does not reach your deductible, we will not advise you to file a claim as that will go against you and we do not want that for you.

Roof repairs should last a long time if done correctly by and experienced roofing contractor.

However, roof repairs will last a shorter amount of time the older your roof is. Therefore, it is important that you call a roofing expert who can provide solutions depending on the roof type, age, and / or current condition of the roof.

There are many ways to fix a roof temporarily. However,  it can be very dangerous if you’re not sure what to do.

In addition, you’ll need access to specialized roofing tools and materials to do it correctly.

We suggest you give us a call if you need an emergency repair or if you have a roof leak now.

We are here for you and we’re able to help with all your roofing needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are just some of the questions that we often receive from our customers. Don’t see the question you have? No problem. Just give us a call at (901) 834-7663.

The cost of a new roof will depend on several factors, such as the roof type, roofing materials, the workmanship warranties your prefer, the size of your home, and the complexity of the roof.

In addition to this, the cost of your roof may need to include decking replacement, the installation of new flashing,  or changing specialty components such as skylights.

It’s essential to replace the roof if the primary roofing materials have outlived their expected lifespan. However, other factors, such as weather conditions and the overall cost and frequency of repairs should also be considered.

Here’s the expected lifespan of the most common types of roofs:

  • Asphalt Roof: 15-20 years
  • Metal Roof: 50 years
  • Tile Roof: 75 Years
  • Slate Roof: 100 Years

Often times, while removing your existing roof adds more work and time to the process, it’s necessary to ensure the structural integrity of your home.

Laying down new materials over an old roof can present a lot of new problems, such as:

  • Structural issues with too much weight on the roof.
  • You may be covering up larger issues rather than fixing them.

We carry a wide array of roofing types, styles, and colors to ensure that your home maintains the style you prefer.

Whether you’d like to maintain the style of your original shingles or you’re going for a new and different style, we will show you all of the options available and design a roofing system that exceed your expectations.

Most homeowners insurance policies will cover all or part of a roof replacement under certain circumstances.

Our project managers will work with you and your insurance company to ensure that covered claims are reported, documented, and  filed properly so that your roof replacement can be completed on-time.

Ready to schedule your free roofing estimate and inspection?

Our dedicated team of project managers are available to serve you. Schedule your onsite roof inspection and estimate today.