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Professional Roofing Company in Germantown, TN

As your all-in-one roofing company in Germantown, TN, we will replace, repair, and install all types of roofing on residential properties. If you’re looking for a new roof for your home, then-No Limit Roofing is here for you! We work with composition shingles, metal roofs, flat roofs, and slate roofs. Our team of roofing experts can handle all of your residential roofing needs. We will install a great-looking roof that is also energy efficient so that you get the most out of your investment.

man installing new roof

How Do I Know If I Need a Full Roof Replacement?

No Limit Roofing will work with you to determine if your roof is in need of a replacement. One of our advanced roofing specialists will inspect your roof and provide you with a free detailed roof estimate indicating the extent of damage and/or wear. Also if you thought your roof just needs a repair we will provide you with a repair estimate as well to allow you to make the decision. We will help you choose the best comprehensive roofing system to meet your needs for durability and appearance, all while staying within your budget. Below are what our advanced roofing specialists look at when evaluating your roof and whether it is best to recommend a repair or a full roof replacement.

Examples of a Failed Roofing System


Signs You Need a New Roof

Age of Roof

If your roof is around 15-20 years old, chances are that it has outlived its usefulness. If this is the case, no amount of repairs will prolong the lifespan.

Old & Worn

When roofing shingles are not sealed to the roof properly, any type of curling and buckling of shingles will allow moisture under the shingle. This most often occurs as the roof ages, but sometimes can come from incorrect installation.

Hail or Wind Damage

The Midsouth is known for their strong storms that produce strong winds and hail throughout the year.

Roof Is Leaking

One sure sign of a failing roof is when you start to notice water stains and leaking from the ceilings of your home. One way to avoid this is to examine your roof periodically, once or twice a year, after storms, and look for warning signs of roof failure.

Roof Valleys

Valleys are key to the structural completeness of your roof. Since water collects and runs down the valleys into the gutters, it is important to check to see if there is any cracking, separation, or missing shingles in these areas. Which will eventually cause and lead to leaks.

Moisture in the Attic

If you are seeing signs of moisture in the attic, it probably means that the roofing system is failing. It is important to check for water stains on the plywood, as well as signs of moisture collecting on the insulation. Although there may be other factors involved, such as condensation from your AC during the spring and summer month, most likely than not though, there is a problem with the roof.


Flashing around the chimney area as well as pipe boots, if not installed correctly, can fail and allow water to seep through. Make sure to check if the flashing has been properly sealed and that there is no damage to the flashing itself.

Missing, Torn, or Damaged

Another obvious sign to look for is missing shingles. If your roof is fairly new, these may be replaced. If your roof is old, as mentioned before, it may be time to replace the roof.

Shingle Granules

When you start to see an excessive amount of granules collecting in your gutters, it means that your roof has come to the end of its lifespan. Discoloration on some parts of the shingles, especially darker areas is another sign that the granules are falling off.

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