Weather is notoriously fickle and unpredictable, and our roofs are here to take the brunt of it. Because of these unexpected weather beatings, roofs do require repairs and occasionally replacements. You may not be able to tell exactly what your roof needs, but we can. It could be a small piece of storm damage that needs to be repaired, or maybe it’s a full roof replacement. No matter the scale, we’ll come to take a look at your roof for free with no obligations. Our certified residential roofing professionals in Wylie, Texas are here to get your roof taken care of, whether it's routine roof maintenance, an emergency patch, or a full roof replacement.
Give Gladiator Roofing and Construction a call at (469) 208-6022 today and we’ll come and take a look.
Quality Roofing Materials
We take great pride in providing high-quality service with top-of-the-line materials. Gladiator Roofing and Construction professional roofers are experts in the installation of products from many different manufacturers.
However, there’s one thing the manufacturers have in common – their overall quality ratings. We only use the best. Our team knows the ins and outs of shingles made from any type of material, including metal, tile, and, of course, asphalt.
“Thank you, Russell, for all of your hard work.” - La Tonya M.
Built to last and durable, these shingles are crafted to withstand even the most extreme weather conditions. From rain, to hail, to snow, to wind, they have you covered much more than other types of shingles. Simple to install and available in a variety of colors to match your vision, asphalt shingles are made to last a lifetime with resistance to any type of weather. They’re an ideal choice if your area experiences harsher elements.
These roofs are extremely strong, but provide a classic feel similar to the timelessness of asphalt roofing. They are more fire-resistant than other roofing materials and are less prone to fading over time.
Also a classic option, tile provides a long-lasting, unique aesthetic. More durable than other types of roofing, they can withstand hurricanes and earthquakes with minimal damage.
If you’re not quite sure what material would be best for your roof, we’re here to guide and educate you on the pros and cons of each material and how they fit within your budget and goals.