Residential Roofing Contractor in St. Louis

Investing in the future of your home means investing in all of its structures—especially the most important structure of all: the roof. Not only do you depend on it to keep your family protected, but to also continue to do so for years to come. When damage affects the integrity of your roof and, in turn, the entirety of your home, it’s crucial to work with a reliable residential roofing company with a history of unmatched craftsmanship.

That’s what you get with the dedicated roofing contractors at Clayton Restoration Company! Over the years, we have been providing quality residential roof services to families and our friendly neighbors across the greater St. Louis area. Whether you need a small roof repair, a whole roof installation, or roof replacement due to storm or hail damage, we are here to provide you with the personalized attention you deserve and the information you need to make informed decisions.

Because Clayton Restoration Company is locally owned and operated, we personally come to know our customers and strive to keep honesty and integrity at the heart of all that we do. Contact us now to get started on your roofing solution.

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Roofing Services

We are proud to provide homeowners quality workmanship no matter the size of the project. In addition to replacing your roof, repairing a roof, or evaluating/fixing storm damage, we also offer other services that improve your home’s exterior aesthetic and functionality:

Remove and Replace

Your roof is one of the first things people see when visiting your home. Make it a good first impression! A new set of shingles will give your roof new life and make your home the envy of the neighborhood. Our roofers specialize in professional, high-quality roof installation and roof replacements. The tear-off services we provide completely replace felt, shingles, pipe flashings, rotten wood, and ventilations, giving you not only great curb appeal but superior safety from the elements. Plus, our roofing projects are waterproof with a high resistance to wear and erosion.


A small leak or hole in your roof can become a bigger problem if left untreated. There are many people who believe that the DIY approach is the best, but although it may save you money, it could possibly end up costing you more if repairs are not performed correctly. Repairs requires skills, knowledge, and experience that only a professional roofer has. Our customers can contact us any time for emergency and non-emergency roof repairs and receive an immediate response. We have experience working with insurance claim companies for all types of hail damage so your claim is filed properly and you can be on your way to a new roof following the devastation a storm can bring.

Commercial Roofing

When it comes to warehouses, factories, or any commercial roofing structures, it’s important to have the highest quality materials and professional service available to maintain the structural integrity of your business. No matter if the building is being built from the ground up or the flat roof is in need of replacing, business owners in Missouri and surrounding areas trust Clayton Restoration to provide the highest quality flat roofing services.

Emergency Roof Repair

A natural disaster can strike at any time of the year and cause damage to even the strongest roofs. If left untreated after a storm, hail and wind damage will expand and repairs will become even costlier. Plus, a collapsed tree or general deterioration can present a danger to all the people under the roof. You must act quickly to avoid further damage to your home. Let our roofing experts step in to ensure minimal disruption as we make roof repairs following an emergency situation.

Your Custom New Roof!

Our contractors can help customize the perfect roofing solution to complement your home exterior and help protect it for years to come. We’ll help you choose between shingles, metal, wood shake options, and more that come in a variety of styles and colors. As one of Saint Louis’ most trusted contractors in the roofing industry, you can rest assured that your new roof will be done correctly the first time with only the finest materials from the nation’s top brands.

Trusting Clayton Restoration with your roofing needs ensures added value to your home, improved appearance, lasting protection of you and your family, and a guarantee of quality. Contact our St. Louis roofing contractors now.

Set Up Your Free Consultation With Our Roofing Contractors Now

When you call to set up your appointment, you will receive a consultation in which a professional will come to your location to perform a thorough roof inspection to assess the damage and condition of your roof. Based on what we find, we will provide you with a number of options for your roofing project and a free estimate on the cost.

We are committed to being upfront about every aspect of the solution that we suggest. We explain, in detail, what the estimate covers and can be available any time to answer questions or clear up anything you did not understand during your initial appointment.

If you are replacing your roof, the project can take as little as a few days (depending on the square footage of the home). We also are sure to offer warranties for the materials used on your home. Our certified roof installers are dependable and are committed to maintaining a clutter-free, professional worksite, which will allow you to get back to enjoying your home again in no time.

Contact Clayton Restoration Company at (314) 701-4681 today to learn how we can help – no roofing project in the metro area is too big or too small!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When should I replace my roof?

    • Sometimes it is not enough to just repair your roof, there comes a time in every roof’s life that replacement is necessary. Take these signs into account when asking yourself if its time to replace your roof:

      • The age of the roof – For example, the lifespan of an asphalt shingle roof, for example, is between 20 to 30 years. In many cases when buying a home, you have a history of when the roof was last replaced. If this is not the case, however, you can have a professional come and assess it to help determine the age.
      • Shingle issues – These problems can include edges being curled, tabs being cupped, and overall cracks and breaks from things like wind damage. If only a few are affected, you can simply replace them. However, if many of them have significant issues or broken shingles are found in random areas along the entire roof, you may want to start thinking about full replacement.
      • Loss of granulation on the asphalt shingles – The granules protect the asphalt from the sun and once they fall off, the shingles can start to bake and lead to further deterioration. If you start seeing granules in the gutter or if you notice bald spots on your roof, a roof replacement may be necessary.
      • The shingles are covered with algae or moss – While this may not be a serious cause of alarm, it may call for replacement in some cases. For instance, moss holds moisture against the roof surface. When freezing climates hit, this can cause damage to the granules on the top of the shingles. While you can decide to wash the roof, it is best to have it replaced, because there are many shingles that are moss and algae-resistant.
  • What is the best roof to put on a house?

    • That will depend on what you are looking for! If installing a roof on a new home or replacing an existing, you should take into consideration regional weather conditions, the design of your home, the amount of routine maintenance, and the quality of the roofing products you purchase.

      One example that we like to recommend is asphalt roofing shingles. They are relatively lightweight, inexpensive, and come in sheets that are layered on a roof to give the illusion of more expensive single shingles, such as cedar and slate. But if you’re looking for longevity, the National Association of Home Builders rates the life expectancy of slate, concrete, and clay tiles at 100 years or more— plus they simply look GREAT on many homes!