What Sets Us Apart


Hometown Roofing has served Dallas and the surrounding area with top-quality commercial roofing services since 2002. Why does that matter? When statistics show that 95% of roofing companies go under after five years, you want a roofing contractor that will be there for you over the long haul of your roof — especially considering that most commercial roofs last 30 or more years. When you choose us, you can be confident knowing we only bring the best and most-experienced roofers to your job. This ensures your project is handled with the care you expect and done to the highest-quality standards. We stand behind our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.


Your roof will only be as strong as the materials that go into building it, even when installed by skilled and experienced contracts. That’s why Hometown Roofing selects only top-quality roofing materials for new installations and repairs. We’ve scoured the market for the most trusted and proven commercial roofing systems because we believe our customers deserve only the best. When you choose us, we’ll discuss the various materials we have available and help you select the one that best fits the needs of your business as well as your budget.


Undertaking a commercial roofing services is a completely different beast when compared to residential jobs — in terms of scope as well as cost. To that end, we make double sure our customers needs and concerns are well taken care of. We never simply “finish” the job and leave you out to dry. As a commercial property owner, we understand you want to protect your investment at the lowest possible costs. When you choose Hometown Roofing, you can count on reasonable rates and top-tier results. We inspect our work and stand behind it with our 100% satisfaction guarantee.



Homes usually have sloped roofs, making it an easy task to look up and notice something is off with the roof. This will usually trigger something in the homeowner — or their nosy neighbor — that some repair work or a replacement needs to get done. Commercial buildings with flat roofs are often taller and impossible to see from the ground. This makes it even more difficult to spot problems. The old adage proves doubly true in this instance: out of sight, out of mind.

At Hometown Roofing, we want to make sure commercial building owners don’t forget about their roofs. Flat roofs are more likely to leak than sloped roofs, meaning most commercial building owners need to be double their efforts to take care of their commercial roofs. 

Our highly-trained roofing technicians are on-call to inspect your roof and make sure you have a detailed assessment regarding its condition. We are a full-service roofer who can meet all your commercial roofing needs, from roof replacement to routine roof repair and maintenance.

Commercial roofing jobs are almost always larger projects than residential ones. 


Composition roofing shingles are built for endurance and treated for algae-resistance in hot, humid climates, making it a good choice in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. And what may be of the greatest benefit to your business is composition roofs today are solar-efficient for optimal energy conservation. 

This means lower costs for your business or added value for commercial renters.
If you’re looking for a lower price commercial roofing solution, without sacrificing quality, composition roofing is an option you may want to consider.


Our roofing contractors know exactly how important it is to protect is your commercial investment. That’s why they’re dedicated to helping you find the perfect materials for any style or budget preferences.

If you’re at a loss and can’t decide what roofing materials would be best for your commercial property, we’re here to help.


While slate and tile roofs are more difficult to install, they have the added benefit of fire-resistance, reducing risks to businesses and potentially lowering insurance costs.

See some of the advantages/disadvantages of slate and tile roofing to see if they work for you.

Some common types of roofing materials are asphalt shingles, wood shingles, slate shingles, and metal shingles.