Roofers Giving Back to the Community
Our 1% close to home program is Rainguard Roofing’s way of giving back to the communities that have been so good to us. We donate 1% of our gross sales annually. In The past we’ve been able to be part of the Twin Falls Optimist Youth House for displaced foster children, Boys and Girls Club as well as many other organizations. We truly believe that when business and communities come together, amazing things are possible!
Top Rated Twin Falls, ID Roofers
Rainguard Roofing in Twin Falls, Idaho is happy to be you and your family’s preferred roofing contractor. We understand the need to have an intact roof over your head, so we strive to bring you Peace of Mind in a fair and efficient manner. Our roofing crews are trained and professional tradesmen who maintain your boundaries and work respectfully. We keep our work sites clean and arrive on time to get your roofing repair on its way. When we finish your roofing project, we leave your home as clean and tidy as we found it.
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We Offer Financing
Residential Roof Installation
There are a few obvious signs that you may need a roof repair or roof replacement. You may notice:
If you see these signs, call us so we can evaluate your roof. Keep your home and family safe from the weather!
Commercial Roof Installation
To best take care of your roof damage or roof leaking problems, you should call on a professional, well-qualified roofing contractor like the ones at Rainguard Roofing, whose only business is the repair and replacement of roofs in the Twin Falls, ID areas.
Several key areas need to be evaluated when assessing the roof damage. This includes:
- Whether the damage poses an imminent threat to your home's interior
- Whether the damage is confined to a specific area of your roof (as in the case of a tree limb strike) or is more widespread
- How the age of your roof may affect your decision to repair only a part of the roof or replacing the entire roof surface