Best Tile Roof Repair in Ashburn

Get matched to highly-rated pros near you!

Roof Tile Repair Reviews Nearby Your Location

AWKA Remodeling LLC
The work was completed in a very professional manner. They used quality materials, knew exactly what to do and cleaned up thoroughly. Easy to work with; mechanics were focused and worked hard. Highly recommend.
- Raj R....
AJames McGavin Home Improvement
It went very well. He inspected the roof and found some missing shingles; I arranged to pay him further to repair the shingles. He informed me that the roof was past its natural life, which I knew already from the previous homeowner's paperwork. All in all, I think he did a fine job.
- Donna P....
ACentral Exteriors
After noticing a roofing tile had loosened after the "derecho" last summer, we purchased this deal which included an inspection and minor repairs. The person who came out was very professional. During his inspection he fixed the loosened tiles, he also caulked around our chimney after noticing it hadn't been caulked after a new liner was put in, and he shortened the connection between gutters so that fewer leaves would get stuck at the joints. We were happy with the service and the price and will definitely use them again.
- Elizabeth R....
APhillips Handyman Service
They were very honest and professional. They performed the work within the estimated time. I would certainly recommend them to others.
- Gautam C....
BH Forrest Roofing
I used their deal to get them to come out and inspect where some of the roof tiles were sliding down the roof. During the inspection they found a number of problems. After some discussion and negotiation we came up with a price to do some major repairs so that my roof would function for several more years until I can save up enough for a replacement room. They also agreed that when the replacement roof was needed that they would give me a sizable discount and did guarantee the repairs that they did for five years. The gentlemen that were sent to my house were very professional and worked quickly and efficiently. They did show me pictures of the problems and the repair work they did and kept me up to date. I have to ding them a bit because there was trash and leftover shingles left in my front and back yard. Plus a number of people I talked to after the work was done indicated that the cost might have been on the high end. That said I appreciate the speed of the response, their willingness to answer questions and negotiate and their speed and efficiency in getting the job done. I wish that I could give an A- minus grade because they deserve that more than the B I am giving them.
- Danna R....
AShiner Roofing Siding & Windows
The work was done very professionally, but at two separate dates. I was happy with their responsiveness and clear sales presentation. The roofing job was done very nicely. However, I did find roofing nails in the bushes for months after the job was done (collecting them in my thick wooden soles!), and the window that was put in the garage was $900, which I thought was too expensive for a garage window. I probably should have shopped around more for the window, but I was rather busy.
- Kathleen S....
FAll Builders United
My wife and I had a very bad experience working with Julio Guzman who owns this business, and we want to share our story with others in the hope that anyone reading this review might be able to save themselves a lot of hassle and money by deciding to work with a different general contractor. We purchased our house a little over a year ago and have worked with multiple contractors since that point. Fortunately, we have had really great experiences with these other contractors and I’ve been able to write some glowing reviews about them. However, Julio is the first contractor that we worked with and working with him was a completely different story. We had Julio come over to give us an estimate to do a variety of relatively small home improvement projects shortly after we purchased our house. He came across as very professional at the time and discussed how he took great pride in his work, didn’t cut any corners, and ultimately wanted to make sure the customer was extremely satisfied with the final product. What we experienced after deciding to work with him was quite different, to say the least. The easiest way to convey our experience is through a series of bullets discussing some of the work his team did on various projects: • Installed soffit ceiling in covered porch – This was the first project that Julio's team worked on in October (shortly after we purchased the house). It looked great at first and we thought we were getting off to a really great start with his team. Unfortunately, by the following summer the ceiling began to sag in multiple places. I first reached out to Julio about this problem in June via text, asking him to come over and fix the ceiling. He said he would come over to take a look. In the weeks that followed, he never came despite multiple attempts to reach out to him via text and calling. Six months later the ceiling started to actually fall. I texted him saying this was now an emergency situation and that I needed him to come over immediately. He apologized for the extremely lengthy delay and said he would have someone come over ASAP, but three weeks later he still has not had anyone come over to our house, and at this point we have given up on him. We have since done some reading on the subject and come to find out that the soffit his team installed was too long between supporting beams. • Basement ceiling tiles – The basement ceiling was sagging in a few locations. Julio said that he would add the proper supports to pull up the ceiling in these areas. What his team did was to use some random copper wire to hang these portions of the ceiling (I have since redone this work with proper supports). Unfortunately, they neglected to wash their hands before installing this wire and so our ceiling tiles were left with dirty hand prints on them. These are the type of tiles that are made out of some type of particle board, so it's not possible to completely remove stains from them. In general, we found that his team left a mess behind them wherever they went. It appears that they also managed in the process to damage some of the boards themselves and the thin beams that hold them up. • Attach hose from washing machine to bathroom sink – We have a large utility tub sink sitting next to our washing machine. The water from the washing machine drains into the sink, but the hose was not secured to the sink. We asked him to secure the hose to the sink. Again, his team used random pieces of copper wire to attach the hose to the handles of the sink. The copper wire not only looked unprofessional, but the way the hose was attached also meant that we could not use the handles of the sink to turn the water on and off. Again, I had to redo this project to make it both reasonably aesthetically appealing and for practical purposes to be able to use the sink. • Install ceiling fan in upstairs bathroom – After the fan was installed, we noticed the fogging in the bathroom had not noticeably improved. To test this out, we placed a piece of paper over the fan while it was running and there was no suction. I went up to the roof to look at what had been done and they had installed the vent piping so that it was laying on the ceiling for half the length of the house and eventually vented out one of the side gables. However, the piping was very long and coiled in some areas, so no steam was escaping. I told Julio that the fan needed to instead vent though the top of the roof directly above the fan and asked him in November to have someone come over to address the situation, as well as finish up the remaining jobs on the initial list we had worked out with him (we eventually gave up on having him address some of these other jobs, since it was taking too long). He said he would have someone come over to install a vent in the roof shortly. After subsequent follow-up requests, he did not have anyone come to the house to install the vent until I let him know at the end of January that I had contacted some other contractors to come install the vent. Suddenly he had someone at our house pronto. The new vent was installed about 10 feet away from the fan. This led to more problems, since they simply taped the vent pipe to the new vent, but since it was hanging, the tape came undone and the piping fell. Fortunately, I noticed a few drops of water coming down the vent, so I went up to the attic again and figured out what had happened. I also saw a large puddle of water sitting on top of the insulation in a separate part of the attic where the old pipe had been laying. I think that when they moved the old pipe, water that had been sitting in the pipe fell out and they simply left it sitting there. I was extremely frustrated by the situation at this point and asked Julio to come back over to address the problem. He did improve the connection so the hose wouldn't fall, although I've made some additional improvements since that point, including hanging the piping in multiple places with supports, so it is not flat on the ground until it reaches the location of the vent. This took quite a bit of work and I'm sure the air still does not vent as well as it would if the vent had been installed directly over the fan as it should have been. • Install kitchen handles – The new kitchen that had been installed prior the house being put up for sale did not have kitchen handles installed on the cabinetry. We did not mind this, since it allowed us to install the handles of our choosing. We purchased the handles and had Julio’s team install them. The team damaged a few of the handles they installed, and did not tell us up front, additionally one of them was not installed properly, which I later ended up addressing myself since I could not get him to come over. • Temporary fix for front steps – The concrete front steps to our house had slanted over the years and developed gaping holes underneath. We asked Julio to patch the holes and fill some of the cracks as a temporary solution until we could save up some money to have a new walkway and stairs installed. His team did patch the stairs, but the job was not finished well. There were still a number of gaps and it looked very much unfinished. They did come back to fill in some of the gaps, but the work looked very unprofessional (e.g., no effort was made to smooth out the sides of the steps and smooth them out with the existing concrete to at least attempt to make it look like part of the same structure). The concrete they used was also a completely different color from the existing concrete, so the new concrete looked totally out of place. • Billing – In February I asked Julio for a finalized statement of the work that had been completed and his final estimate of the costs. I even sent him a spreadsheet with my understanding of the work that had been completed to help him (remember that we ended up doing some of the jobs ourselves since it was taking too long for him to address them). It took him until April 20 to send me an invoice. Although we had numerous disappointments in his work and I asked him for a couple of small discounts, which he did not agree to, we still promptly paid the bill in full. There is more that I could write, but this review is already quite long. In short, we felt that we pretty much threw our money out the door on Julio who completely dropped the ball on us time after time. Obviously, this type of situation is completely disappointing and unsettling for new home owners. There is nothing we can do about the situation now except warn other prospective clients to stay away from this contractor. On the brighter side, we have since had the opportunity to work with a number of other contractors in the area who, in our experience, have done terrific work and have not hesitated to address any concerns (including concerns much less serious than those shared above) we have raised in a very timely fashion.
- Andre C....
ACHEVY CHASE REMODELING
I can't say enough wonderful things about Chevy Chase Remodeling. First, this was an insurance claim situation and they we so helpful in dealing with my insurance company, providing me with detailed estimates, etc. They totally worked around my time schedule and turn around time and response to emails was super fast. As for the work, I'm thrilled. The workers did a wonderful job and kept the site as clean as possible. One day I even decided to come home during my lunch hour (unannounced) to see what they were doing and if anything was going on that shouldn't have been (they didn't give me any cause for concern, I just have trust issues). They were working hard and everything was clean and on time. I was thrilled with the final product except for one tiny issue, which they quickly corrected and was not a major issue at all.  There's zero question in my mind that I'll be using them again later this year when I finish remodeling the part of my basement the insurance company won't pay for :)
- Stephanie W....
ADaniel Parks Roofing & Gutters
I bought a new house and needed to have the roof replaced and slate tiles repaired on a roof that is 3 stories high.   Daniel Parks came out and gave a fair quote. I had received quotes from 5 different roofers and Daniel's quote seemed very fair for what was offered. He put in a new modified bitumen roof and repaired several slate tiles, nailing them down and putting in a few new replacements as well as fixing the fascia board that was in very bad shape. He also cleaned the gutters.  Daniel and his team were on time, finished on time and performed all work in a safe manner. They had the unfortunate luck of repairing the roof during the earthquake last summer. Fortunately, all workmen were safe which I attribute to a good company.  The roof has weathered 3 storms, including hurricane Irene and the current storm. So far, no leaks! I would not hesitate to recommend Daniel Parks roofing to anyone.
- Robyn M....
ALarkin Remodelers LLC
The reason I had this done was that it HAD to be done.  We have lived in our townhome for almost 17 years, and with two kids, and various pets (many cats, many dogs), along with winter weather, tracking in snow, rain, etc......The floor and walls had to be repaired.  The cats left so many 'deposits' that the first thing you knew, entering my home, was that we had cats.  Yuck and embarrassing.  So, they came in, removed carpet on the stairs, removed drywall all around the lower walls of the room, removed the flooring and began applying chemicals, etc. to remove as much of the smell as possible.  They were then supposed to paint the concrete and up the stairs with an odor suppressing chemical and put concrete paint over that, then lay the tile, repair the drywall, replace the stairs with wood, and add the door.  Then the first problem came up.  No matter how many times they applied chemicals, the odor would not go away.  So, they ended up bringing in a sander,  stripped the entire floor of the wood glue (which the builder evidently applied with a trowel, it was very thick) and cut out and removed more drywall.  This was not the originial plan and took additional investigation on their part to find a method to get that stuff up.  The other issue was the tilers would not lay the tile on top of the painted floor.  They wouldn't guarantee that the tiles would stay put, with the glue residue left behind. After all this work was done on the floor, NO ODOR!!  So, we were ready for the tile and stairs.  Then problem number two.  The original builder did not properly support the floating stair from the first floor to the second floor.  There were several risers where someone could potentially crash through and where some of the risers had already dropped several inches.  They brought in a master carpenter who worked underneath the stair to provide the correct support.  Even some of the squeaks are gone. Then, wood on the stairs.  Tile installed.  Finishing work done (they installed duracrete to replace the drywall along the floor and the files come up about 8 inches on the wall) and all painted, everything looks great. I used Larkin because they were one of the contractors listed by Wells Fargo on their home improvement credit card list.  The original idea was just to install the door and I had several estimates for that, but Larkin was the only one willing to do all the work, door, floors, etc.....  I can't quibble about the additional costs associated with the stairs, since that was something that could not be seen until the carpet was removed, and they looked into the reason why the stair risers were falling.  I'm thinking I will send a letter to the original builder, just to make them aware of their poor quality of building. Overall, I am pleased with the quality of the work, the willingness of the Larkin team to step up and provide solutions to the issues that arose, and their project manager, Mike Bell, who asked me to tell everyone how wonderful he is.  He was very professional and patient through the entire process and answered all concerns that came up.  Thank you!   I also appreciated Derek Larkin coming on site several times to also address concerns we had regarding the floor and stairs.  Overall, good job.
- Sandra W....
AMetropolitan Construction Services
After purchasing my first home, I was looking for roof repair services to address a few issues my home inspector and I noticed while walking the roof prior to my closing on a bank owned property. The house is an old brick colonial, single family home with a slate tiled roof. During the inspection, we noticed that several of the slate tiles were broken and / or loose as the result of fallen branches from an overhanging pine in the front yard. In addition to the slate tile repair, the chimney needed a couple caps as the ones installed were just wire mesh without a solid metal top. Also, the flashing around the chimney needed repair as well as the mortar chimney crown which was cracked and had a couple of holes from age and weathering the conditions. Lastly, I needed any holes or entry points closed as I was being awakened in the early morning hours by the chirping of birds that were making a home in the eave space below the roof line and above the rain gutter. After doing some research and getting several estimates from a number of other contractors, I called Metropolitan for an estimate based upon their reviews and discount offered for Angie's List customers, as well as their relative proximity to my house (I live in Takoma Park and didn't want to incur extra costs from a contractor coming from VA or some distant area). Rick was the estimator, he showed up a little ahead of time which was great, and I walked him around the outside of the house as I told him the problems that I needed addressed. He got up on the roof (steep, slippery slate roof, which I myself hate walking on) and took some video of the conditions and came back down to write  up an estimate. After going over the scope of work, and negotiating a few other items, we were able to agree upon a price that came in as a middle bid compared to the other estimates I got. I personally don't believe in going with the low-bid for structural / home repair work. After scheduling a date, the roofers showed up after I left for work and were done by the time I got home. After the work was complete, Rick forwarded a link to my email account so I could see the before and after video, which I thought was pretty cool since I hate getting on that roof. I still ended up getting on the roof to verify the work, but it was cool to see the video nonetheless. I had to call them back out because the crew forgot to remove the old TV antennae and I needed them to repair a few damaged asphalt shingles at my sun room roof which resulted from the gutter cleaning. They came out early the next day and removed the antennae and repaired the damage asphalt shingles in a little over an hour and hauled the old antennae off for me. I would use them again for future work and would recommend them to anyone I know looking for competitive roof repair. I will consider calling them for an estimate for replacing the aluminum siding on the add-on portion to my home in the near future.
- Chad D....

Tile Roof Repair Near You

A
5
Reviews
WKA Remodeling LLC
Recent Review: The work was completed in a very professional manner. They used quality materials, knew exactly what to do and cleaned up thoroughly. Easy to work with; mechanics were focused and worked hard. Highly recommend.
A
527
Reviews
James McGavin Home Improvement
Award 2019Super Service Award
Recent Review: It went very well. He inspected the roof and found some missing shingles; I arranged to pay him further to repair the shingles. He informed me that the roof was past its natural life, which I knew already from the previous homeowner's paperwork. All in all, I think he did a fine job.
A
74
Reviews
Southernwood Roofing & Siding LLC
Award 2019Super Service Award
Business Description: Southernwood took root in La Plata, Maryland 13 years ago as a custom home building company locally owned and operated by lifetime La Plata residents Andy and Frank (F.D) Mudd. Since then Southernwood has continually expanded its service base, extending its client list to include home buyers and owners, as well as a range of local and national builders. In 2006, the brothers formed Southernwood Framing, quickly growing the company within the residential housing market from about 150 homes per year to its current operating pace of 800+ homes per year. They continually demonstrate their ability to perform a quality job at an efficient pace, while always remaining a team player in the hectic world of new construction. Expanding the company further, Andy and F.D. formed Southernwood Roofing and Siding in February of 2012. They quickly gained ground in the industry with the help of 10-year industry veteran Ken Gentry who was hired on as Vice President to handle day-to-day operations. Ken shares the Mudd brothers’ laid-back, get it done attitude, and more than understands the importance of delivering quality work in a timely fashion.
A
18
Reviews
C K MCCONKEY & SONS
Recent Review: This company is approachable, understandable, punctual, responsive and reasonably priced.
A
845
Reviews
Central Exteriors
Award 2019Super Service Award
Recent Review: After noticing a roofing tile had loosened after the "derecho" last summer, we purchased this deal which included an inspection and minor repairs. The person who came out was very professional. During his inspection he fixed the loosened tiles, he also caulked around our chimney after noticing it hadn't been caulked after a new liner was put in, and he shortened the connection between gutters so that fewer leaves would get stuck at the joints. We were happy with the service and the price and will definitely use them again.
A
382
Reviews
Shanco Companies Inc
Award 2019Super Service Award
Recent Review: It went great - Shanco does top notch work!
A
84
Reviews
Phillips Handyman Service
Recent Review: They were very honest and professional. They performed the work within the estimated time. I would certainly recommend them to others.
B
43
Reviews
H Forrest Roofing
Recent Review: I used their deal to get them to come out and inspect where some of the roof tiles were sliding down the roof. During the inspection they found a number of problems. After some discussion and negotiation we came up with a price to do some major repairs so that my roof would function for several more years until I can save up enough for a replacement room. They also agreed that when the replacement roof was needed that they would give me a sizable discount and did guarantee the repairs that they did for five years. The gentlemen that were sent to my house were very professional and worked quickly and efficiently. They did show me pictures of the problems and the repair work they did and kept me up to date. I have to ding them a bit because there was trash and leftover shingles left in my front and back yard. Plus a number of people I talked to after the work was done indicated that the cost might have been on the high end. That said I appreciate the speed of the response, their willingness to answer questions and negotiate and their speed and efficiency in getting the job done. I wish that I could give an A- minus grade because they deserve that more than the B I am giving them.
A
530
Reviews
Shiner Roofing Siding & Windows
angies list certifiedAngie's List Certified
Award 2019Super Service Award
offers couponOffers Coupon
Recent Review: The work was done very professionally, but at two separate dates. I was happy with their responsiveness and clear sales presentation. The roofing job was done very nicely. However, I did find roofing nails in the bushes for months after the job was done (collecting them in my thick wooden soles!), and the window that was put in the garage was $900, which I thought was too expensive for a garage window. I probably should have shopped around more for the window, but I was rather busy.
B
5
Reviews
All Builders United
Business Description: All Builders United Company was founded in 2005 by Julio Guzman as a general contractor. For over 6 years, All Builders United has earned an excellent reputation by providing its customers with honesty, quality, personal customer service, professional workmanship and competitive pricing on projects large and small.