Re-Roof Vs. Roof Replacement Solutions

Re-Roof Vs. Roof Replacement Solutions

Schedule a prompt inspection with a trusted roofing company like us to find out whether your current roof needs a replacement. We can assess your roof’s condition and provide effective solutions to keep your home cozy and dry through the seasons.


Re-roofing is the process of layering new shingles on top of already existing ones and can only be done once, meaning this is not an option for homes with more than one layer of roofing.

Roof Replacement

A roof replacement involves tearing off everything on the roof down to the deck, replacing them with a new roofing system that can stand up to the elements. (Recommended) 

Why we at Arrow Roofing do not recommend re-roofing solutions

We do not recommend re-roofing solutions because it is a short-term solution than a full roof replacement. The new layers of asphalt shingles will bear down on the previous roof covering, which can cause quicker wear and tear than with a completely new roof. 

The Pros of Completely Replacing your Roof

 We advocate roof replacements because it guarantees to make sure there are no hidden problems underneath the old layers of shingles, an increase of the value of your home, having peace of mind of long-term safety without worrying about expensive water damage. And saving you money on your energy bills by allowing your HVAC system to work more efficiently. 


Arrow Roofing can deliver quality roofing materials and excellent workmanship. Through our experience and expertise, you can better understand what is required to extend your roof’s service life. We provide a wide range of residential roofing options, including asphalt shingles and tile.

Call (928) 443-8633 for more on our residential and commercial roofing services. You may also fill out our contact form for a free, no-obligation quote.

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