American Heritage TX
Roofing & Construction LLC
619 Rocky Ridge Lane
Weatherford, Texas, 76085
Repairs & Installation of New Shingle Roofs
Our roofing crews repair any damaged decking found removing the old roof before we install your new roof.
Before & After
Crews installing new composite shingles on this doublewide home in Springtown, TX
Wind damage roof replacement with new roof installation at this home in White Settlement, TX .
Our roofing crew installing this new shingles roof with beautiful vented ridge cap.
Wind and hail damage resulting in dislodged section of shingles to this home in Tarrant County.
Completed new roof installation of athis Pristine roof.
Tear off of old roof with Crew preparing site for complete clean up of old shingles and all roofing materials.
Completed new roof on this home in Hudson Oaks.
Tear off of this old roof down to plywood decking replaced with this sleek new roof.
Final steps of installation on new roof in Weatherford TX using freshly painted brown roof exhaust turbines.
Not only a new roof using architectural shingles, but a new paint job on this home in Weatherford, Texas.
Our crews offer multiple additional services to provide a complete exterior make over.
Other Roofing Materials
Metal roof on house & wrap around porch, with closeup of the correct transition flashing installation on this home in Weatherford, TX - creating nice white reflective SSP using 26 gauge panels on this metal roof.
Quality Workmanship using
Premium Supplies and Materials
American Heritage TX re-bricked a storm damaged chimney and custom designed and made the chimney cover at this home in Weatherford, Texas.
American Heritage TX Roofers installing a new ridge vent on a home by cutting into the attic space to allow heat escape through the ridge vent.
Our Roofers installing New Architectural Shingles on this home in Parker County with a great view of the Weatherford Court House.
Installing new ridge vent cap and new Architectural Premium Shingles on this home in Aledo, TX
This is one of our roofers tying in shingles to the valley of our customer’s new roof. There is a frost free, ice and water barrier shield down in the valley which is then covered by a synthetic under-lament, then the new shingles.