All That Roofing & More

Protect your home with a quality roof

Our StormMaster® Shake shingles featuring Scotchgard™ Protector offer durability and architectural style for a timeless look. Beauty Backed by Protection with our Lifetime Warranty.

Roofing Contractor in Ann Arbor

Keep your home protected with a better roof. Our expert roofers in Ann Arbor use high-quality and weather resistant materials. Some of our more popular materials include, 50 year rubber shake style shingles (look like asphalt shingles), asphalt shingles, and metal roofs. We feel our 50 year rubber shake style shingles, from a cost perspective, are the greatest value available today!

A new roof will upgrade the appearance of your home or building. Regardless of the age or condition of your roof, siding or gutters we can take care of your needs. Give us a call today at (833) 766-3734 to get a free estimate for your next roofing project.

We’re also available 24/7 for your emergency roofing needs.

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Quality

Roofing Products

Quality Material

Core4 Technology is the most innovative development in asphalt shingle manufacturing.

Wind Resistent

Protect the investment in your home against high wind with an Atlas Wind Limited Warranty up to 150 mph.

Impact Resistant

Ask your insurance agent about discounts on your homeowners insurance when you install UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Resistant Shingles.

Never worry about a roof replacement again.

When you choose All That Roofing & More to protect your home’s exterior, you get a Lifetime Warranty that’s unmatched in the industry.

If our roof leaks, we’ll replace it.

Explore

Customize Your Roof With These Design Options.

Black Shadow

Black Shadow

Chestnut

Chestnut

Morning Harvest

Morning Harvest

Hearthstone Gray

Hearthstone Gray

Copper Canyon

Copper Canyon

Highland Brown

Highland Brown

Majestic

Majestic

Pewter

Pewter

Weathered Wood

Weathered Wood

Silver Stone

Silver Stone

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See How a New Roof Can Change the Look of Your Home.

Why Choose us?

All That Roofing & More is proud to be a top rated roofing company in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Reviews

Our Customer Feedback...

Angela Belrose
Angela Belrose
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I had them side and add double doors to my back garage it looks amazing. Love the work and they are very professional and quotes it on point without any issues! Thanks for the amazing job guys. Tyler you are the best!
River Karaba
River Karaba
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I noticed that I had a roof leak, called and there were able to come out and check it out within a week. When we decided to move forward they started the job within two weeks (weather wasn’t helping or would have been sooner). Came and replaced half my roof in one day. It looks beautiful.
Tom See
Tom See
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Kevin and Tyler came out to give me a quote for a new roof and gutters. They were very professional and their quote was more than fair. Same quality and warranty as the big companies. I won’t recommend anyone else but these guys. The roof and gutters look great!

FAQ

Got a Roofing question? We've got the Answer!

In general, you need to have your roof inspected at least 2 times per year. You can do self-checks on your roof to see if there is anything you notice in addition to hiring a professional to check it out for you.

Once during the spring and once during the fall are perfect times to have this done. This way, you know that your roof is ready before each of the seasons that have more intense weather.

The underlying structure should last the lifespan of the house. However, depending on the materials used for the covering of the roof, a full replacement is necessary. Unless the roof is made of concrete, then it just needs inspections for cracks or other wear. Tile roofs are also very durable and rarely need a full replacement.

In general, this is the recommended replacement schedule based on the material used:

  • Composition Shingles: 12-20 years
  • Asphalt Shingles: 15-30 years
  • Wood Shingles: 20-25 years
  • Rubber Roofs: 30-50 years
  • Metal Roofs: 50-75 years

These suggested time frames will vary depending on the climate that the roof is exposed to. Severe winters and humidity may wear out the materials more quickly. After a severe storm or high winds, it is good to get on the roof and check for any damage. The roof is essential protection for your home and possessions so stay on top of it, so make sure it is structurally sound.
This depends on the circumstance. A home insurance policy covers damage to things like your structure and roof if it is damaged by a covered peril. Some policies will name or exclude specific perils. If your roof needs replacement due to unexpected acts of nature or severe weather other than flooding, it is likely covered. But if your roof is older or requires maintenance and repair, standard homeowners insurance typically will not reimburse roof replacement.
Leaks seems to come from out of the blue, for no good reason at all. Even on newly installed roofs or relatively young ones, leaks can happen. There are several reasons and factors that should be considered:

  • Compromised shingles – due to poor workmanship during installation, faulty materials or from storm damage.
  • Compromised Valleys – the roof valley (The “V” created where two sloping roofs meet) could have been punctured.
  • Punctured roof or obstructed water flow – falling limbs or trees, hail or other objects can cause major damage to a roof.
  • Improper Room Ventilation – in rooms where high moisture is generated (i.e. bathrooms) can cause moisture to build up and cause serious damage over time. Be sure these rooms are ventilated properly to avoid problems.
  • The roof is just too old – Once the materials in your roof age beyond their life expectancy they begin to break down, compromising the integrity of your roof.
Putting off needed repairs might save you money in the short-term, but it will end up costing you a lot more in the long run.

However, not all home improvement decisions are cut and dry. For example, it’s sometimes possible — and entirely acceptable — to repair a roof rather than replace it. Which route you take depends on several factors, including the type of damage and what percentage of the total roof surface is in need of repair. In some cases, replacing a few shingles is all you need to restore beauty and function to your roof.

Is It Time For a New Roof?

Call the expert roofers in Ann Arbor – All That Roofing. We’ll provide you with high quality products and unsurpassed service at a price you can afford. Give us a call to discuss your project.

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