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Crown Roofing – Offering Roof Replacement, Roof Repair, and Roof Installation Services in Washington County
A Top Roofing Company in Nashville
To the experts at Crown Roofing & Exteriors, you’re family. And as family, we want to do everything possible to ensure you and your home are protected season after season. We specialize in roof repair and roof replacement services for homeowners in Nashville and across Washington County who have experienced storm damage. In addition, our roofing company focuses on getting new home construction projects off the ground with superior products and expert installation.
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Nashville Roofing Company Services
Because we’re a local contractor, Crown is dedicated to our homeowner’s satisfaction, safety, and comfort with every roofing project we deliver.
We’re proud to partner with CertainTeed, a roofing industry leader that backs its energy-efficient roofing products with 100 years of manufacturing excellence and innovation. Every installer who climbs on your roof is a CertainTeed ShingleMaster™, having received extensive training in shingle installation. Its’s what makes Crown Roofing stand out from other roofing contractors in Nashville and provides peace of mind you’re working with the best in the business.
You probably don’t think much about your roof until problems inside your home start to pop up. Minor roof issues, like holes, cracks, leaks, missing shingles, can lead to expensive – and often dangerous – issues, including water damage, mold and rot. The moment you spot roof damage, contact the roof repair experts at Crown Roofing in Nashville. We’ll get our roof back in shape and ready to handle whatever weather Mother Nature throws at it.
The average roof should last 20 years, but our rough weather here in Nashville can shorten its lifespan. If wind, hail or storm damage has impacted the integrity of your home, call Crown Roofing & Exteriors. We not only offer the best in roof tear offs and roof installation services; we work directly with the insurance company on your behalf to ensure your repair is covered. In addition, if your roof needs to be replaced after protecting your family for years, we can change it out for a new, more energy-efficient option.
New Home Roof Installation
When you’re building a new home in Nashville, you want to be sure it stands out in your neighborhood and stands up to harsh Washington County weather. Crown Roofing & Exteriors has partnered with local home builders for the past decade to prevent any unexpected surprises. We will work alongside your contractor from the beginning of a new construction project to define your planned roof type and system. We’ll also determine the framework, underlayment, and shingles that provide the insulation and waterproofing you need and the enviable style you desire.
Why Choose Crown Roofing Company in Nashville, IL for Your Next Project
Most out-of-town roofing contractors aren’t reliable installers – they’re storm-chasers than roll into town as soon as soon as the wind and hail die down. Crown Roofing & Exteriors, on the other hand, is based right here in the St. Louis Metro East. We strive to make sure your roof repair or replacement exceeds your expectations and offer the superior customer service your deserve.
What makes Crown Roofing different than other Nashville roofing contractors?
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More About Nashville
On January 2, 1818, the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of Illinois Territory passed an act that separated what is now Washington and Clinton County from St. Clair County. By the same act of the legislature that founded the original County of Washington, three commissioners were appointed. They met at the house of James Bankson of Shoal Creek on March 2, 1818 and pronounced that “the permanent seat of justice of said county be established on the site of the Old Town of Covington.”
The town of Covington was officially considered for the location of the Capitol of the new State of Illinois in 1818. Mr. Bankson of Washington County, and a delegate to the State Constitutional Convention, introduced a resolution calling for Covington to be designated as the official seat of government. The town was then the county seat of Washington County. It was described as being near the center of Illinois’ population, located on the beautiful Kaskaskia River, and located so that all overland roads in the whole area must “inevitably” pass through this town.
The area around Covington was described as rich, beautiful, and healthy. However, on August 20, 1818 the members of the Constitutional Convention voted to reject Covington’s bid for the seat of government and Vandalia was later selected.