Residential & Commercial Roofing Contractor in Memphis, TN
Servicing Tennessee, Mississippi & Arkansas


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Residential & Commercial Roof Repair, Replacement & Installation

Whether you are building a new home, adding an addition, have old shingles or storms have damaged your roof, Delta Claims Inc can get the job done. Our crew will carefully remove and dispose of all materials off the old roof. We then replace and install only high-quality products (from paper to shingles) so you know your roof will protect your home for many years to come. We are trained and experienced in roof homes of any pitch and style safely and professionally. You will find no mess or damage to your property or home. We will leave your home looking better than before we were here. Your new roof will not only perform perfectly, but it will look fantastic as well.
There may be many reasons why your roof may need repairs such as leaks, improper installation, severe weather and more. No matter what the problem, it is imperative to address any issues with your roof before they become much larger. If a roof does not get the necessary repairs in time, it can end up costing hundreds or even thousands of dollars in repairs and damages.
 
  • Leak Repair
  • Storm Damage Repair
  • Insurance Accepted
  • Emergency Repair Service
Residential & Commercial Roof Repair, Replacement & Installation

Soffit Repair, Replacement and Installation

The soffit offers visual appearance and protection to buildings. It extends from the side of the building to the edges of the eave. The soffit is what is used beneath the eave on the house’s exterior in order to seal the space beneath. The soffit is available in vinyl, aluminum, fiber cement, and comes in a variety of colors.
Soffit Repair, Replacement and Installation

Fascia Repair, Replacement and Installation

Like the soffit, the facia provides visual aesthetics and protection. The fascia is used to create a barrier between the outside and the edge of the roof. It is usually installed behind the gutters and beneath the roof line. It can be made from a fiber-cement board, cedar, or aluminum.
Fascia Repair, Replacement and Installation