The Best Roof Repair Services in Jacksonville

Jacksonville Roof Repairs you can Rely on

No matter what the situation, customers want to be treated right. They expect honest service at a fair price. We aim to approach roof repair with compassion and understanding. We accomplish this objective by giving you a hassle-free experience that delivers meaningful results. When you work with us, we carefully inspect and analyze your entire roofing system. We aren’t clock-watching corner cutters. The information we gather lets you know what steps are necessary to perform a long-lasting roof repair. Our upfront pricing is designed to be reasonable and predictable. There are no hidden fees. You’ll know exactly what is involved in restoring your roof wholly.

Jacksonville Roofing Repairs

Is your roof showing signs of wear and tear? Don’t wait for a small leak to become a major problem. Here at Reliant Roofing, we specialize in all types of roof repairs, big and small. We understand that dealing with roofing problems can be stressful, so we’re here to make the process as easy and painless as possible. We offer:

  • Free inspections: Our Jacksonville roofers will thoroughly inspect your roof and provide you with a detailed estimate of the repairs needed.
  • High-quality repairs: We use only the highest quality materials and workmanship to ensure your roof is repaired correctly and lasts for years to come. All of our work is covered by an industry leading workmanship warranty and manufacturer’s warranty, so you can have the peace of mind knowing your roof is protected.
  • Competitive prices: We offer competitive pricing on all of our services, so you can be sure you’re getting a great value.
  • Proactive Communication: We’re committed to providing our customers with excellent customer service. We make sure to communicate with you throughout every step of the roofing process. 

Don’t let your roof problems get worse. Contact Reliant Roofing today for a free inspection and see how we can help you!

Tile Roof Repairs

Tile roofing is among the most common roofing types in Florida. To be appropriately constructed, tile roofs require extensive knowledge and experience. Few roofers possess that amount of expertise. Consequently, many tile roofs fail prematurely.

We are your trustworthy partner to thoroughly assess your tile roof for any problem areas. We are familiar with the most common issues that cause tile roofs to fail. There are dozens of reasons a tile roof no longer performs properly. We have substantial experience resolving those performance-related reasons and restoring tile roofs fully. Don’t risk working with a roofer who might guess how to fix your tile roof. Choose the one roofer who guarantees that your tile roof will be restored the right way.

Tile Roof Repair

Shingle Repairs

A compromised asphalt shingle roof will produce water intrusion into your home. Never take chances. If you own an asphalt shingle roof, regular maintenance is a necessity. Identifying problem areas early prevents much more significant issues later. We are the leader in assisting homeowners in extending the life of their existing asphalt shingle roofs. Our proactive process gives you a leg up. Simple, less costly repairs help you get the most out of your existing roof.

Metal Roof Repairs

Metal roofs are designed for durability. Occasionally, metal roof repair is necessary. Unexpected issues can significantly reduce your metal roof’s performance. We know what to look for when it comes to metal roofs. Our comprehensive inspection analyzes your entire roofing system. Any trouble areas are quickly identified to inform you of available repair solutions.
Standing Seam Metal Roofing
Apartment building with flat roofing

Flat Roof Repairs

Water damage is a frequent challenge with flat roofs. Florida weather can be harsh on flat roofs. We are trained and certified to identify signs you need flat roof repair. No matter what issue, we have common-sense solutions that will fully restore your flat roof.

Roof Repair FAQ

We repair asphalt shingle, metal, tile, and flat/low-slope roofs.

The amount of time a repair takes depends on a few different factors. The main factor is the size of the repair being done. For small issues like small patching of shingles, replacing a few broken tiles, or fixing minor flashing issues, it will usually only take a few hours to complete the repair. Moderate repairs such as replacing a larger amount of shingles, repairing rot on the deck, or more complex flashing problems it can take anywhere from half a day to two days. For major repairs such as replacing a large portion of the roof, addressing significant structural issues, or working on a comlex roof design, it will usually take couple of days to finish. Keep in mind factors such as the size of the crew, weather conditions, and availability of materials can increase the time it takes to finish a roof repair.

Homeowner’s insurance will only pay for a repair if it’s caused by a “covered peril”. Covered perils typically include things like sudden events like hail, wind, fire, or fallen tree branches. General wear and tear caused by an aging roof will most likely not be covered by an insurance policy. The only way to know for sure is to read your policy or contact your homeowner’s insurance representative.

It will depend on the extent of the repair. Minor repairs (patching shingles, replacing a few tiles) can cost anywhere from $150-$500. Moderate repairs (replacing a section of shingles, fixing flashing) will usually cost $500-$2000. Major repairs (extensive shingle replacement, fixing structural issues) can cost more than $2000

There are a few factors to consider when determining whether you need a repair or a replacement: If the damage is confined to a small area, such as a few missing or broken shingles, leaking around a vent pipe, or minor flashing issues, then a repair is likely the best option. A relatively new roof (generally less than 10-15 years old) with minor to moderate damage can usually be repaired effectively. If a significant portion of your roof (more than 25-30%) is damaged, shows signs of wear and tear, or has multiple leaks, a roof replacement is more cost-effective in the long run. If your roof is nearing the end of its expected lifespan (typically around 20-25 years for asphalt shingles), a roof replacement is the btter option. If there’s extensive structural damage, sagging roof deck, or signs of rot, a replacement is necessary to ensure the safety and integrity of your home. If you plan to sell your home soon, a roof replacement can increase your home’s value and curb appeal.



  • Visible leaks: This is the most obvious sign, but it’s important to address leaks promptly to prevent further damage.
  • Missing or damaged shingles: Curled, cracked, or missing shingles can expose your roof deck to the elements and lead to leaks.
  • Granule loss on shingles: Over time, asphalt shingles lose their protective granules. Excessive granule loss exposes the asphalt and makes the roof more vulnerable.
  • Stains or watermarks on ceilings or walls: These are signs of leaks inside your roof that need attention.
  • Light peeking through the roof: This indicates gaps or holes in your roof that need to be addressed.