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Low Cost, High Quality Roofing

Shingles, Metal, TPO, Flat Roofs, Tile Roofs 

         Lowest Price, Highest Quality Roofing in the Entire DFW Metroplex Area

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Lavon Roofing Financing

We Will Beat Any Beat Bid Or Estimate By 5%

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Lavon Roofing Services

Residential Roof Replacement Services

When investing in a shingle roof replacement, it is important to use a quality product and roofing contractor.  At DFW Best Roofing, we offer a full range of residential roofing services in DFW and the surrounding area.  Our specialty is shingle roofing, and we have many satisfied customers in the area who can attest to our attention to detail, quality workmanship, and customer service.

Purchasing a new roof can be a daunting process, and we will do our best to simplify the process and help you select exactly the right materials for your home.

Our Shingle Roof Replacement Process

All roof replacements begin with a free roof inspection, where we provide information on the current state of your roofing system.  From the initial inspection we will write up an estimate of costs and a projected time frame for the replacement. On the roof system itself, we will also inspect and repair/replace the flashing around chimneys, skylights, pipe penetrations, etc.

We remain in contact with you throughout the process, committing to keeping you informed

Lavon Roof Replacement
Lavon Roof Replacement

Careful attention is given to every step of the process.  We take care to protect your home and property from damage and clean up the work site when we are finished. We are fully insured for general liability, which means that our customers are protected from damages liability and work-site injuries.

Lavon Roof Repair Contractors 

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Roof Repair Lavon

Roof leaks can be caused by many different factors. Storm damage, hail, falling tree limbs, people walking on your roof, old worn out shingles, cracked and sun damaged shingles are a just a few examples.  However, most roof leaks are caused by improper installation or by defective metal flashing. Flashing is found near any roof penetration area such as chimneys, steps, aprons and in valley areas where roof angles converge.  It is necessary to inspect your roof for all types of damage. If leaks are not addressed, the structure of your home may be weakened as the building frame continues to erode over time.

Roof Repair Lavon
Roof Repair Lavon

Roof Repair Problems

Poor installation of roof shingles, which are sometimes nailed incorrectly, may also need to be addressed. If roof shingles are missing, these will need to be replaced.

Clogged gutters are a cause of roofing problems. Water may overflow out of the gutter and leak along the walls, into your home.  Also, flue pipes inside of a chimney can cause water to leak if they are not properly aligned.

Lavon Seamless Gutters
Lavon Seamleass Gutters

Continuous Rain Gutters, or Seamless Guttering, is the most popular form of gutters. Almost all residential guttering installed is seamless. Installing seamless gutters protects the beauty of your home and landscaping, as well as preserving your flowerbeds and foundation by directing water flow away from your house. Seamless gutters will help to prevent wood decay and also prevents staining on your siding and brick. An faulty gutter system can lead to big problems such as shifting foundations, damp basements and damaged siding

Lavon Cooper Gutters
Lavon Copper Gutters

In addition to copper guttering, we also offer copper home accents. We have a copper smith on staff that can create anything from copper gutter collector heads to chimney caps. Copper finishing will give your home something extra, a distinctive look made with a durable material. We custom form and cut our seamless gutters to precise measurements right on the jobsite to fit your home exactly. If you are looking for a distinctive and classic look for your home, call us to find out what our copper accessories can do for you.

Lavon Insulation
Lavon Insulation

If your attic floor is insulated but the wood beams (joists) are still visible, you probably need more insulation. But even if you can’t see your beams, that’s still no guarantee that you have enough. The best thing to do is measure. Ask us to have one of our Roofing Professionals from Perfection Roofing do a free attic insulation inspection.

Why Is Proper Roof Ventilation Important?

Proper attic ventilation extends the life of a roof by minimizing the temperature differential between the attic and the air outside. Proper ventilation will remove heat and moisture from your home. Trapped heat and moisture can raise energy costs, allow ice to build up, and damage your roof. Moisture can come from both outside your home, and inside from items like showers and washing machines. In some cases the condensation can be bad enough to be mistaken for a roof leak.

Here are some problems associated with an improperly ventilated attic space.

  • Sumps between rafters (deck deflection) can happen because after awhile (sometimes several years, sometimes only a couple years), a plywood roof deck can warp or deteriorate and become spongy and dangerous to walk on.
  • Water vapor will condense on anything metal in an attic. This can cause the metal to rust.
  • In colder climates, high inside humidity combined with low outside temperatures can cause frost to form on the roof deck.
  • Ice Dams – ice dams are the result of melting snow refreezing at the roof perimeter and then backing up under the shingles and causing leaks. Proper ventilation used in conjunction with heavy insulation and an air barrier can create a Cold Roof Assembly which will help eliminate ice dams.
  • The roof system will deteriorate prematurely.
  • Cooling units will need to be serviced or replaced prematurely because of excessive use.

It is estimated that most homes in North America do not have adequate ventilation. Most people don’t understand the long term effects this can have on their entire house. Proper attic ventilation is important to avoid moisture buildup and aid in temperature control.

Additional damage resulting from an improperly ventilated attic:

1. Premature aging of your roofing system.

2. Damage to your siding, paint, and wallpaper

3. Higher energy costs resulting from warm or cold air exchanging between the attic and the living space.

4. Ice dams caused by warm air in the attic space melting the bottom layer of snow on the roof and refreezing at the gutter. This buildup of ice traps additional melting snow causing it to pressurize and back up under the roofing system and into your home.

5. Mildew and mold growth.

6. Buckling or curling shingles and felt.

Proper attic ventilation allows constant air flow into the attic. This creates of a balance between air intake at your eaves or soffits and air exhaust at the roof’s ridge.

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) recommends a minimum of at least 1 square foot of attic ventilation, both intake and exhaust, for every 300 square feet of attic floor space.

Aside from having proper ventilation, it is also a good idea to make sure your attic has sufficient insulation. This will help regulate your home’s internal temperature. Having sufficient ventilation and insulation are vital for keeping your house warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It is important to make sure any ventilation issues are addressed and corrected in order to eliminate any future problems when you prepare to replace or repair your roof.

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Lavon Roofing Contractor
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Lavon Roofing Service

The Insurance Claim Process

The insurance claims process can be a daunting and intimidating process. At DFW Best Roofing, we are insurance claims professionals. We provide our customer with peace of mind that they are getting what is due from their insurance provider. It is our priority to take all the stress off our customers while going through the claims process. We know that your life is busy, which is why we make it our mission to relieve you of negotiating with your insurance company.

Lavon Storm Damage Insurance Claims
Lavon Storm Damage Insurance Claims

 Whether you are dealing with a residential or commercial property claim, we have the tools to be successful with your insurance provider.

We want to help restore your property as if it were our own. Contact us to have one of our roof consultants conduct a free inspection.

Commercial Flat Roofing

DFW Best Roofing is dedicated to providing timely services to repair or replace commercial roofing systems in Tulsa and the surrounding areas. We know how important it is to protect your property, your business and your investments. With our expertise in commercial roofing and our reputation for quality workmanship, you can be sure that your DFW  commercial property will be protected for a long time.

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Lavon Commercial Roofing

Our extensive experience and knowledge of local conditions gives us an advantage when it comes to assessing the condition of a roof, meaning that we will waste no time in finding the best solution for your building and implement it fast!

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Lavon Commercial Roofing Services

Industrial Roof Repair or Roof Replacement?

In many cases we are able to make repairs to a damaged or failing roof, saving you the hassle of a complete roof replacement and extending the life of your roof system. Our commercial roofing experts can make a diagnosis of the repairs needed for your roof and our crews move quickly to keep your building protected.

  • Single-Ply Membranes (EPDM & TPO)
  • Built-Up Roof Systems (BUR)
  • Modified Bitumen
  • PVC Roofing
  • Tapered Insulation Systems
  • Green Roofs
  • Steep Slope Roofing Systems

Lavon EPDM
Lavon EPDM

  • Flexible & Lightweight
  • Reinforcing Option Available
  • 45/60/90 Mil. Thicknesses
  • Easily Repaired
  • Excellent UV Resistance
  • User Friendly Installation
  • Little or no Future Maintenance

Lavon EPDM
Lavon EPDM

EPDM, Fully Adhered

This system is especially recommended for applications over an existing substrate where the use of mechanical fasteners is undesirable, or unfeasible. The insulation is installed using hot asphalt, with the membrane fully adhered to the secure insulation. The system may also be installed over insulation that is attached using conventional fastening methods where applicable. It’s also ideal for special configurations such as domes and barrel

EPDM, Ballasted

The ballasted system presents an easy, economical roofing solution for buildings that can accommodate an average ballast weight of 10 to 12 psf. Because the system is easy to install, it’s ideal of applications where eventual changes in building height or contours are envisioned.

EPDM, Mechanically Attached

This system presents a lightweight, cost-effective option if you wish to limit the weight load on the building or to reinforce an existing roof. Insulation, when necessary, is mechanically attached to the deck, with the membrane affixed at set intervals using linear attached batten strips to protect against wind uplift.

Lavon TPO
Lavon TPO

TPO – Thermoplastic Polyolefin

The Advantages of TPO Roofing (Thermoplastic Polyolefin):

  • Fiberglass Reinforced – Strong
  • Excellent Seams – Heat Welded
  • No Plasticizers or Chlorine used in Manufacturing
  • White Color Reflects Sunlight
  • Superior Puncture Resistance
  • Smooth Membrane Stays Clean Longer
  • Energy Star Rated

Lavon TPO
Lavon TPO

TPO Roofing – Mechanically Attached

This system presents a lightweight, cost-effective option if you wish to limit the weight load on the building or to reinforce an existing roof. Insulation, when necessary, is mechanically attached to the deck, with the membrane affixed at set intervals using linear attached batten strips to protect against wind uplift.

TPO Roofing – Fully Adhered

This system is especially recommended for applications over an existing substrate where the use of mechanical fasteners is undesirable, or unfeasible. The insulation is installed using hot asphalt, with the membrane fully adhered to the secure insulation. The system may also be installed over insulation that is attached using conventional fastening methods where applicable. It’s also ideal for special configurations such as domes and barrels.

  • Multi-Layer Protection – the multiple layers of bitumen and bitumen saturated “felts” make a watertight barrier capable of providing many years of reliable protection from the elements.
  • Thermal Performance – Built-up roofing systems exhibit exceptional resistance to the conduction of heat between the exterior and interior of a building, resulting in noticeable reductions in heating and cooling costs.
  • Fire and Uplift Resistance – Built-up roofing systems are tested through Factory Mutual Research Corporation to meet very strict fire resistance requirements and ensure adequate uplift resistance under extreme wind conditions.
  • Economy – Compared to other high performance commercial roofing systems, built-up roofing is one of the best investments on the market due to its competitive cost per year of expected service life.

Components of a BUR system include:

  • The Roof Deck
  • A Vapor Retardant
  • Insulation
  • Membrane
  • Surfacing Material

At the heart of this roofing system is the roofing membrane, which consists of roofing bitumen and multiple reinforcing plies of roofing felt.

Built-Up Roofing for Commercial Roofs in Tulsa

Built-up Roofing (or BUR) is the “Old Reliable Standbye” of roofing which can be used on commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. BUR is used on flat or low-sloped roofs and consists of multiple layers of bitumen and ply sheets.

The Advantages of BUR:

Built-up roofing systems have had a long-standing popularity, due in large part to its success and proven reliability. The number of 20, 30 and 40-year-old BUR roofs still in excellent condition attests to this fact. Specifically, BUR roofs offer:

Lavon BUR
Lavon BUR

Roofing bitumen is the primary adhesion/waterproofing agent used between roofing plies. Bitumen arrives at the job site in solid form, but is heated and applied as a liquid. Roofing bitumens may be either a product of petroleum refining (asphalts) or a product of the coal-cooking process (coal tar pitch).

Multiple reinforcing “plies” are asphalt-coated roofing sheets or felts installed in three or more layers to strengthen and stabilize the BUR membrane.

BUR roofing membranes can be protected from solar radiation by embedding gravel in the bitumen, applying a surface coating or applying a granular-surfaced “cap” sheet. Light-colored surfacing materials can be used to reflect heat from the building. In addition, surfacing agents can provide additional fire protection, and the are FR Rated

BUR applied for maximum performance:
It’s critical to get secure bonding of the roofing felts (plies) using bitumen. To achieve this bond the roofing contractor applies thin, uniform moppings of bitumen. This waterproofs the system and ensures proper adhesion for fusing the membrane system together.

The temperature of the bitumen is critical. By heating it to the proper temperature the roofing contractor gets the right viscosity for proper mopping. The contractor heats the bitumen to its EVT or Equiviscous Temperature, the temperature at which it can be most effectively mopped into uniform layers. Each batch of bitumen should be labeled by the supplier with its EVT. Once felts are rolled into place on the heated bitumen applicators pull brooms or squeegees over the felt or use some other method to make sure that its embedded in the bitumen. Typically, membrane ply construction is defined by headlap, endlap, and sidelap.

  • Headlap is the distance of the overlap that exists between the lowermost and the uppermost plies of the shingled portion of the roof membrane when measured perpendicular to the long dimension of the membrane.
  • Endlap is the overlap distance that is measured from where one roll of felt ends to where another begins.
  • Sidelap is the overlap distance along the length of the felt where one roll of felt overlaps the adjacent overlying felt.

The application of Built-Up Roofing systems is detailed work, but the professional who pays particular attention to those details such as curbs, walls, flashings or other projections that interrupt the membrane, achieves a quality, efficient, long-lasting product for the building owner.

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Modified Bitumen Commercial Roofing Solutions

The Advantages of Modified Bitumen:

Modified Bitumen on Flat Roof Surface

  • Good Resistance to Foot Traffic
  • Highly Puncture & Tear Resistant
  • Hot, Asphalt & Adhesive Applications
  • Flexible
  • Excellent Chemical Resistance

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APP Modified Bitumen

This membrane is comprised of high quality asphalt that has been specially compounded with Atactic Polypropylene polymer to enhance tensile strength and resistance to foot traffic. Available in a smooth or granular surface and an assortment of colors.  This system is installed easily and efficiently with a propane torch or cold adhesives and a trowel (which is what we prefer).


SBS Modified Bitumen

This membrane is formulated with high quality asphalt, modified with Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene polymer.  This polymer modification improves elongation, low temperature flexibility and fatigue residence. This system is available in either smooth or granular surface in an assortment of colors. This system is installed easily and efficiently with a hot asphalt, propane torch or cold adhesives and a trowel.

Perfection Roofing offers programs tailor made for business owners and property managers.  We are a valuable resource.  Keeping your roof safe with regular checks and inspections after bad weather will ensure a longer lasting roof.

We want to make sure that you are getting the most out of your roof, and that includes finding small problems before they become big problems.  Our Roof Maintenance Programs will allow you to stay ahead of problems and repairs. We will perform periodic checks on your roof, inspect after a major storm, or assist you any time you are worried about your roofing system.

Why do I need a Roof Maintenance Plan?

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Even with a warranty from the manufacturer or contractor, proper roof maintenance is still the responsibility of the building owner.

Roofing systems are vulnerable to a number of hazards, such as storm damage.  Nasty storms can deliver hails, heavy winds, and persistent rain.  Over time storm damage can erode your roof.  Heat from the sun is also a problem, as it causes your roofing material to expand and contract.  Human traffic and standard wear and tear will also mar your roof over time.  To protect against these dangers, you should regularly inspect your roof for noticeable damage.

Our Roof Maintenance Programs Offer:

  • Scheduled inspections of the roof & the structure with a detailed report
  • Working roof plan prepared which includes vents, drains, skylights, curbs & other penetrations
  • A progressive analysis of roof issues and conditions
  • History of completed maintenance
  • Notification of unknown roof alterations
  • 24-hour emergency repair services
  • Tax deductible roof system maintenance
  • Advanced warnings of conditions that exist on the roof that could affect heating cooling & fan equipment, duct work, window & masonry caulked joints, electrical & gas piping, etc…
  • Routine removal of debris
  • Detailed written reports that will prioritize any work that may need to be performed.

The NRCA suggests a Long-term Roof Maintenance Plan to ensure roof system performance is to have a long-term maintenance plan.

Maintenance programs typically offer the following advantages:

  • A maintenance program is proactive (rather than reactive). It addresses small problems before they get worse.
  • Regular maintenance can reveal and address sources and causes of leaks before they occur, protecting your home from water damage.
  • A maintenance program allows for a planned approach to roof management and allows for timely preparation of long-term capital expenditures.
  • Response time to address leakage problems is greatly improved.