If you are looking for a roofing contractor, look no further than the experts at Hilton Head Solar & Roofing. Since 2015, Hilton Head Solar & Roofing has been installing superior roofing systems for home owners with an unparalleled level of excellent customer service and quality products, all at competitive prices.

Hilton Head Solar & Roofing will first provide you with an in-home consultation.  We will then draw up a detailed proposal with all the pertinent information you need to choose a roofing system for your home.  We handle every phase of your project and work with you to determine your needs based on your budget.

Roof Repairs & Replacement

As a direct service provider, we can service your small or large roof repairs necessary to keep your home dry and safe from outdoor elements. From day one, you will notice our attention to the details of your roof.  We provide our customers with a personalized approach, offering same-day repairs.

Storm Damage

The Lowcountry has very severe weather patterns. Some months are worse than others and from time to time the Lowcountry receives hail and wind damage to our rooftops. Our roofing specialists work with you and your insurance company to evaluate the best solution in repairing or replacing your damaged rooftop. As your direct service provider, we can inspect your rooftop very quickly, speak with your insurance agent, and qualify your home for a roof replacement. If you feel that your home was subject to a recent storm, call us for a free inspection.

How does hail damage your roof?
  • Hail is comprised of pellets of frozen rain that falls in showers in certain storms. If the hail is large enough and the hail has a significant velocity, the hail can easily puncture the roof shingles. These strikes can degrade the asphalt granules, leaving the tar asphalt exposed to direct UV. UV is the number one degradation of any rooftop to any rooftop. The sun’s UV can actually burn through the tar asphalt over time, eventually exposing the underlayment and possibly the wood decking of the roof. If this happens, the hail can have a big impact on the integrity of the roof, causing cracking of the shingles and causing interior water damage.
How does wind damage your roof?
  • Wind speeds in the low country can gust to 160MPH. Whether your rooftop was originally installed properly or not, the wind can be very damaging to a roof shingle. As the shingles degrade from the sun’s UV, the shingles can get more dry and brittle over time. When the shingles get dry and brittle they tend to bend or curl. High winds can force your shingles to lift and the curling does not help in any way. When the shingles lift, they can crease, crack, and break. This damaging process reduces the roof’s ability to protect the home from water penetration. Once water enters the rooftop, the water can be trapped under or inside the wood decking and begin to cause wood rot and mold. As a homeowner, we are always on the ground level or inside the home and we cannot look for these signs of damage. Wind damage should always  be closely inspected. As a certified and licensed roofer, we can help inspect these issues over time.
Hilton Head Solar & Roofing works with all insurance providers to try and qualify your roof for hail or wind damage. As every roof needs to qualify for an insurance claim, it is very important that you hire the right roofer to complete these inspections. You will only have one chance to qualify your roof with your existing insurance provider. Call Hilton Head Solar & Roofing to receive your FREE roof inspection and see if you qualify.

Getting started is easy! 

Call Hilton Head Solar TODAY at 843-21-SOLAR (76527) for your complimentary solar evaluation.  It only takes 15 minutes to find out if solar is right for you.