About J & B West Roofing and Construction Logo

J & B West Roofing and Construction Logo completed our very first job in 2007. Since then, we’ve completed thousands of roof replacements, gutter replacements, and siding installation projects, earning a solid reputation for excellence one job at a time.

Our siding specialists, roofers, and gutter installers are committed to using only premium products and providing exceptional workmanship. We take great pride in our work, and that pride shows in the exceptional results we provide to every J&B West Roofing client.

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Strong Warranties

We offer a 10-year roofing warranty and a 2-year siding and gutter warranty in addition to any manufacturers' warranties. Contact us today to learn more about our protection services and to schedule a free consultation.

First Time Roof Replacement?

This is one of the top questions that homeowners have, and for good reason! The choice to repair or replace is a big one with significant financial implications, and there’s not necessarily a right or wrong answer that will apply to every situation.

Most often, the choice of repair vs. replace comes down to cost—not only for the immediate roofing service but over the total lifespan of the roof. While minor roof damage can often be addressed by a repair or a partial reroof, it may not be financially advantageous to do so. To make the best investment, you’ll want to consider the following points:

  • Is your roof nearing its expected lifetime?
  • How much damage is there?
  • Is future damage likely, either due to roof age or local climate?
  • Is your roof leaking? If so, is the cause known?
  • How energy efficient is your current roof?
  • Are you planning to sell your home? If so, would your current roof be a selling point or a problem?
  • Is your roof currently under warranty?

To find out whether your roof is a good candidate for repairs, please contact us for a free roof inspection.

Assuming that the roof was properly installed, the expected lifespan most often comes down to the roofing material. According to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), the following timeframes are reasonable estimates for common residential roofing systems:

  • 3-Tab Asphalt Shingles: 20 years
  • Architectural Asphalt: 30 years
  • Clay or Concrete Tile: 100+ years
  • Fiber Cement: 25 years
  • Metal: 40 – 80 years
  • Slate: 60 – 150 years
  • Wood: 25 years

If your roof is located in an extreme weather area (such as coastal hurricane zones), the expected lifespan will likely be lower than average. For more detailed insights on your roof condition, reach out to our expert contractors.

According to industry surveys, the average roof replacement cost ranges from around $5,500 to $11,500 dollars. Of course, this is a very wide range, and it’s impacted by many different factors specific to each property:

  • Geographic location
  • Local housing market
  • Size of home
  • Square footage of roof
  • Roof pitch or slope
  • Roofing material, both old and new
  • Roof accessibility
  • Any custom roof features, like skylights or dormers
  • Old roof removal costs, if any

Want an accurate quote for your roof replacement? Reach out to us to set up a free roof inspection and no-pressure cost estimate.

A complete roof replacement includes, well, everything! Unlike re-roofing (which involves laying new roofing over an existing roof), a roof replacement calls for tearing off the old roof completely—essentially starting fresh.

The exact products will vary based on your contractor and your home’s condition, but nearly all roof replacement projects will include these key components:

  • Decking*
  • Flashing*
  • Underlayment
  • Drip edge
  • Shingles
  • Soffits and fascia
  • Ridge caps
  • Roof vents
  • Pipe boots

*If needed based on current condition

Learn more about a roof replacement by contacting our friendly certified roofers.

Once you’ve hired a roofing contractor, the process for a roof replacement is straightforward. It usually includes the following steps:

  • Select the roofing details (material, color, shingle profile, etc.).
  • Schedule the roof installation.
  • Prepare for installation according to your contractors’ instructions—such as receiving a dumpster for trash disposal, moving vehicles, protecting flowers and landscaping, safeguarding pets, etc.
  • Relax while the roofers to complete the installation.
  • Go on a final walk-through of the roof replacement to ensure all work was done according to the contract.
  • Allow the roofers to sweep the yard for nails and take other steps to clean and remove hazards.

To see what the roofing process would look like for your home, please contact us!

As construction technology gets better and better, there are now more roofing materials available than ever. For residential roofing projects, the most proven materials—and the most popular!—tend to include the following:

  • Metal
  • Asphalt
  • Solar roofing
  • Fiber cement
  • Slate
  • Concrete/clay tiles
  • Synthetic slate
  • Wood shakes and shingles

For commercial projects, popular roofing materials include TPO, BUR, EPDM, and flat roofing.

Want to learn more about the pros and cons of various roofing materials and options? Reach out to set up a free, no-obligation consultation.

What is the process to replace a storm damaged roof?

Free Inspection


Our certified roofers are trained to spot storm damage and can let you know whether an insurance claim is warranted.



We’ll help you file your claim, understand your insurance company’s scope of work, and apply for additional coverage if needed.



Your insurance provider will require in-person verification of your claim. We’ll be present at this meeting to make sure it goes smoothly. Once approved, the insurance company will send funds to begin the project.



From preparing your home to installing and cleaning up, we’ll replace your storm-damaged roof efficiently and professionally.



After your new roof is installed, we’ll do a walk-through to make sure it’s up to standard. We’ll answer any questions and explain warranty coverage. We’ll also work with your insurer to finalize payment.

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