When your roof is damaged, call Centennial Construction at 615-785-1181. We’re conveniently located in Mount Juliet, so we serve communities on both sides of the Cumberland River. Whether you’re in Franklin or Hermitage, Nashville or Lebanon, or anywhere close, we’re here for you.


While homeowners can hire inspectors to inspect their homes’ roofs to prevent some kinds of damage, two of the factors that age or wreck roofs are out of human control: extreme temperatures (especially when there are rapid changes) and frequent storms. While the word “Tennessee” probably evolved from Creek and Cherokee words, we have friends who claim that it means “Land of punishing weather” in some kind of builder’s code.


Storm damage is common, with tornadoes that pop up even after the official season peak is over, and strong rains with hail and wind gusts are possible any time of the year. Just last month, a brief but heavy storm took out several trees and nearby roofs in one of our Davidson County service areas.


We’ve certainly had extreme weather. May brought in alarming cold and asphalt-melting heat. June hasn’t been quite as exciting, but certainly no less uncomfortable.


Call Centennial Construction at 615-785-1181 for Roof Repair in Wilson and Davidson Counties


We provide high-quality inspections and put all our information in writing. If the roof damage results from a storm, fallen tree, or another insurance-related event, we work directly with your insurance company to make the claims process more efficient for you and less stressful.


The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®) is a nonprofit education and accrediting organization. Centennial Construction is registered with InterNACHI® and is therefore up to date on the industry’s best practices.


Call us at 615-785-1181, check out our website, or shoot us an email if you have questions about:


Roof repair or replacement

Parts of the roof, such as the:

  • Flashing – metal around chimneys, skylights, or other joints to prevent water from intruding into the home
  • Hip or ridge shingles – the hip is the intersection of two roof planes that form a ridge, while the ridge is the intersection of two planes that is the highest point of the roof (a/k/the peak) – these shingles have the same design as the rest, but they are designed specifically for these parts of the roof
  • Ridge vent – an exhaust vent to allow warm, humid air to escape from the attic — if it fails, it could either trap the humidity and heat or allow moisture to channel into the home rather than off the roof
  • Any other part of the roof


We are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday through Saturday, so please call us at 615-785-1181.



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