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Roof Replacement

We have experience installing roofing of all types, including shingle, metal roofing, slate, copper, tile, and more.
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Is your roof’s lifespan coming to an end?  Whatever the material, we have got you and your roof replacement covered.  Our wide range of roofing capabilities allows us to assist in all varieties of roof replacements, both residential and commercial.

DLV Roofing has over 25 years of experience, uses only top-rated, premium-quality products, and guarantees all of our work whether it’s a roof replacement, repair, or installation of other exterior solutions. Our Project Managers are Certified CertainTeed Shingle Masters, GAF Certified Contractors, and DaVinci Masterpiece Contractors. We provide a 5-year workmanship warranty for all entire roof replacements and a 1-year workmanship warranty for all new roof construction. In addition, we offer a variety of extended manufacturer warranties.

Quality begins at the top and it is our commitment to offer nothing but high-quality work and service to our customers. Your home is one of the largest investments you will typically make in your lifetime. We value our role in protecting your investment now and for generations to come. Contact DLV Roofing today, to begin with a free estimate for your roof replacement.

Roof Replacement Services


  • Re-roofing and tear-offs
  • New roof construction and installation
  • Manufacturers’ warranties from 20 years to lifetime
  • Obtain or match most roof colors for your roof replacement
  • Decorative metalwork
  • Carpentry

Roofing Material We Replace


  • Shingle
    • 3-tab
    • Asphalt
    • Fiberglass
    • Architectural
    • Premium Designer
    • Composite
  • Standing Seam Metal
  • Ag Panel Metal
  • Steel
  • Copper
  • Slate
  • Tile
  • Shake
  • PVC Roofing
  • TPO – Single Ply Roofing

Roof Replacement Materials


  • Shingle: Shingle roofing, particularly asphalt shingles, is one of the most common roofing materials due to its cost-effectiveness and ease of installation. They come in various colors and styles and offer a versatile aesthetic that fits many different home designs. Asphalt shingles typically have a moderate lifespan of around 20 to 30 years.
  • Standing Seam Metal: This type of roofing is characterized by its raised interlocking seams that connect the panels. Standing seam metal roofs are durable, weather-resistant, and offer a sleek, modern look. They are excellent for shedding water and snow, making them popular in areas with heavy precipitation. They can last up to 50 years or more.
  • AG Panel Metal: AG (Agricultural Panel) metal roofing is commonly used in residential and agricultural buildings. It’s more cost-effective than standing seam and features exposed fasteners. The panels are ribbed, providing strength and a straightforward aesthetic. Though less sleek than standing seam, it is practical and can last around 40 years.
  • Steel: Steel roofing is a highly durable and recyclable material. It can be coated or painted to enhance its resistance to rust and increase its lifespan, which can exceed 50 years. Steel roofs are effective in all types of climates and are resistant to fire, wind, and hail.
  • Copper: Copper roofing stands out due to its longevity and the beautiful patina it develops over time. It’s exceptionally durable, with some roofs lasting over a century. Copper is also naturally resistant to fire, hail, and mildew. However, it is one of the most expensive roofing materials available.
  • Slate: Slate roofing is known for its natural appearance, durability, and longevity. Made from natural slate rock, it is resistant to severe weather and can last more than 100 years. Slate is heavy, requiring reinforced roofing support, and is on the higher end of the cost spectrum.
  • Tile: Tile roofs, typically made from clay or concrete, are extremely durable and can provide a unique aesthetic, often associated with Mediterranean, Spanish, or Southwestern architecture. They are excellent for hot climates as they provide good insulation and can last 50 years or more.
  • Shake: Wood shakes are thicker than wood shingles and are split from logs, usually made of cedar. They offer a rustic aesthetic and blend well with natural surroundings. However, they require regular maintenance to prevent decay, mold, and fire risks. Their lifespan varies but can be around 30 years with proper care.
  • PVC Roofing: PVC (polyvinyl chloride) roofing is a single-ply roofing solution primarily used on flat or slightly sloped roofs. It’s highly resistant to water, fire, and chemicals. Its white color reflects sunlight, helping to reduce cooling costs. PVC roofs are also durable, with lifespans of 20 years or more.
  • TPO – Single Ply Roofing: Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) is another single-ply roofing membrane ideal for flat roofs. It is known for its heat-reflective properties and energy efficiency. TPO is relatively inexpensive, easy to install, and durable, with an expected lifespan of about 20 to 30 years.

DLV Roofing Systems, Inc. is a Licensed General Contractor and is fully insured in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas.

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