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Armour Roofing – January Statistics

During January, Armour Roofing provided services to 36 clients, including the installation of 20 new roofs. We provided roof repairs to 16 additional clients. Do you need roofing help?  We are highly responsive and are available 24/7, specializing in emergency roof repair. We are never too busy to help new clients, no matter what type of roof or roof problem you have.  We are experts in roofing insurance claims and have helped many clients get their roof repairs or replacements covered. Do you have questions about your roof? Need to find a leak? Get the answers with a Free inspection.  Schedule yours today!

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A New Roof for a 121 Year Old Augusta Home

Armour Roofing is proud to share pictures and descriptions of some of our Augusta Roofing Projects. If you have questions about your roof just click to get a free roof inspection This historic home in North Augusta was built in 1902 and offered a few challenges for the Armour Roofing Team! The existing roof had been patched and repaired over the years, but with age and hail damage, it was no longer doing the job. The roof had two original brick chimneys, which added complexity. The Armour Roofing team worked diligently to install a top-notch roof that not only sealed and protected the home, preserving its integrity, but also enhanced… Read More

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4 Ways a New Roof Can Save You Money

Save Money With a New Roof  Your roof is the primary insulator for your home, protecting you, your family, and your possessions, so it’s vital to replace it once it deteriorates with age or damage. A new roof is an investment, but it’s one that pays significant dividends. The adage “you have to spend money to save money” definitely applies when it comes to a new roof. Here’s how. Better wind and moisture protection Technology in the roofing industry has changed radically in recent years, allowing homes to be better protected from the elements. Today, roofs include an extra layer between the singles and wood to keep moisture out, which… Read More

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