• Roofing Jerseyville IL

    When you walk outside and look up at your roof, how do your shingles look? One of the most important sources of protection for your house is your roof. It not only protects your belongings inside from all the elements of nature, but it also helps your home feel comfortable every day. What keeps the warm air in your home during the winter, and the cool air in during the summer? The answer is your roof; it prevents the bad aspects of nature from crashing your comfortable environment.

  • Storm and Wind Damage Repair in Jerseyville IL

    Here at Ryan Construction and Roofing, one of the most important services we offer in this area is rebuilding a client’s roof after a violent storm blows through. With 31 years of roofing experience, we have seen all the damage left in the wake of the strongest storms in this area. We will work with your home insurance company for the estimate of your roofing repairs. It is our goal to help rebuild our clients’ roof as quickly and as painlessly as possible. We want to get your roof repaired to keep nature outside and you inside your comfy environment.

  • You have shingle option in Jerseyville IL

    Ryan Construction and Roofing know that when it comes to roofs, there is no cookie-cutter roof. Every client’s roof is different. That is why we offer a vast selection of shingle to cover your roof. Here are a few choices to consider.

  • Metal Shingle

    These are very strong and durable shingles that have a classic look and can be used on any roof style. These shingles are very low maintenance for homeowners and can resist winds up to 120 miles per hour. 

  • Clay Tile Shingles

    These shingles have a classic look but weigh more than the most types of shingles. The life of these shingles is expected to last over a century.

  • Slate Tile

    These shingles are mined from slate and crafted into various patterns. Slate shingles protect your home from all nature’s pests and elements. 

  • Standing Stem

    With this aluminum option, the shingle will not rust or degrade over time, and it provides superior resistance to snow. The intricate design of the panels allows the snow that falls to begin melting and then slide off the panel.

  • Concrete Tiles

    The biggest advantage of concrete tiles is that they require very little maintenance. These tiles are weather and bug-proof, requiring only a quick high-pressure wash over time to remove dirt off the roof.