If you expect your roof to last about 30 years, then you have a thorough inspection done when it’s about 15 years old. In Tennessee, rapid temperature swings and strong storms mean that the roof may for fewer years than expected. Once your roof needs to be replaced, the costs of replacement can escalate rapidly the longer you wait. When you’re ready, call Centennial Construction at 615-785-1181. We’re also available via email. We’re an independent, locally-owned, licensed company that specializes in roof repair and construction.

Centennial Construction: Our Goal is Your Satisfaction: Call Us at 615-785-1181

We are licensed general contractors who serve Middle Tennessee, including:

• Nashville
• Franklin
• Mount Juliet
• Murfreesboro
• Lebanon
• Springhill
• Belle Meade
• Green Hills

When your roof is past repair and needs replacement, we have the full range of options to fit your budget and other needs.

About us:

• Registered with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors
• Conveniently located on the Cumberland River, serving communities on both sides
• A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
• Experienced
• Employ licensed roofing professionals, in-house insurance adjusters
• Always current on the industry’s best practices for roofing techniques, installation, and product knowledge
• Your neighbors – we are a local business!
• High integrity – written assessments, document our work
• Explain our recommendations

Our business hours are beyond convenient: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday through Saturday.

How Long Does a Roof Last?

The longevity of your home’s roof is dependent on its materials, construction, maintenance, and the environment.

We use high-quality materials and always provide high-quality work. The environment in Middle Tennessee, however, does not contribute to longevity. Consider the below guide a rough outer-limit estimate:

Roof material Years
Asphalt 20 to 50
Metal 40 to 80
Copper 70 or more
Zinc 100
Wood Shakes and shingles 25 to 30, may last 50 years
Clay/concrete 50 to 100
Slate 60 to 100

Slate is not usually an option as it is very heavy; it is more often used on stone houses.

Check out some of our recent work. We have a gallery online that shows off the beautiful work that our teams provide.

Centennial Construction
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