Best Roofing Company in Harrison AR

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How long has Cook Roofing Company been around?

Cook Roofing Company is a 3rd generation family business, with a tradition of quality since 1913. We’ll be here next month and next year, to honor our lifetime workmanship guarantee on your new roof. Our customers think we’re the best roofing company nearby, and we think you’ll agree!

Quality Roofing done Ethically

There are roofers around who just show up, bid low, even promise things like paying your deductible (that’s illegal), just to get your business. In fact, sometimes they just take your deposit and never show back up. Sometimes they bid low to get the job, then surprise you (oh, you wanted FELT under your shingles?)  We give a fair and thorough estimate, price match, and know how to work with insurance. We won’t expose you to fraud by paying your deductible, but we can finance your deductible. And we don’t skimp on quality, that’s how we can offer a lifetime workmanship warranty. With an insurance claim, the only money out of pocket is your deductible, so don’t you want the best quality you can get, or do you want the cheapest one? Your roof is one of the best remodeling investments you can make. You want the best roofer in southern Missouri and northern Arkansas to do the job for you. You want Cook Roofing Co. 

Hail Storm Damage Claims

Does your roofer have the experience to spot and justify damages and repairs that all but the most experienced adjusters miss? Do they know when the adjuster is trying to cheat you on your estimate, and know how to get legitimately needed repairs paid for? 

If you’re going to file a property insurance claim, you should make it count. Let us make sure that all the repairs needed to restore your covered damage are included, so you get your money’s worth from your insurance policy. 

Mark Cook, manager of Cook Roofing, is also a licensed Public Adjuster in many states, and has extensive experience dealing with insurance companies. While he can’t act as both a roofing contractor and a PA on your insurance claim, he doesn’t forget everything he knows either. He knows how to spot insurance company tricks. Don’t get screwed cheated out of what you are owed, just because a roofing company wants to make a quick buck.

Is that roofing company just a roofing contractor?

Cook Roofing is a licensed General Contractor, and as a residential roofing company has even built entire homes and housing developments. As a commercial construction company, we have built multi-family complexes, and office buildings, in addition to roofing all of those as a commercial roofing company. Don’t you want someone who understands everything holding up that roof, not just the roof itself? 

We hold most industry certifications that exist. We consult on a national level on multi-million dollar projects and large loss insurance property damage claims. So, we can certainly handle your job with competence.

As you can see, Cook Roofing Company is more than just a residential roofer. Besides roofing, we also install rain gutters, siding, fascia, soffit, windows, drywall, trim, kitchens, bathrooms, tile, decks, sunrooms… just ask!

Shingle Roofs, Flat Roofs, Metal Roofs – We Roof Them All

Why Choose Cook Roofing Co?

Our Apples to Apples Price Match Guarantee: We will match the new roof estimate price of any roofing companies nearby, providing that they use the same quality roofing supplies, and include all the required roofing materials and components.

Whether you think you might have some hail damage, need roof leak repair, or just have an old shingle roof, we have the experience to provide the best value for your project. Call us today at 417-334-4238, or fill out our contact form and we’ll get back with you ASAP. 

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We understand more than just residential roofing. We’ve done hundreds of residential roofs, but we’ve also roofed hotels, high-rise buildings, office parks, and warehouses. We’ve built and restored houses and housing developments, offices, and industrial and agricultural buildings. We also offer full general contracting services, not just the roof.

Local Harrison AR Resources

PO Box 1715
Harrison, AR 72602
870-741-2525

  • How do I get the best price on a new roof?

    8 Tips For Getting The Best Roof Value in Harrison, AR

    1. Ask a local roofing contractor for a free evaluation.
    2. See if the roof really can be repaired or must be replaced.
    3. Find out if there is storm damage for insurance, or a failed roof issue covered by warranty.
    4. If the estimate does not seem thorough, get another.
    5. The best roofers in Harrison, AR offer a warranty.
    6. Cheap roofers might not have liability insurance, which would mean you can be held liable for accidents.
    7. The estimate must include all needed materials for the selected roof type.
    8. Ask if your roofer gives a like-for-like estimate price match.

  • What are the types of roofing?

    Here are the most common types of roofing in Harrison, AR:

    • Asphalt shingles
    • Standing seam metal roofing
    • R Panel metal roofing (agricultural panel)
    • Metal shingles
    • Stone coated steel
    • Slate
    • Concrete or clay tiles
    • Rubber or synthetic tiles
    • Single ply or built up roofing (for flat and low slope roofs)

  • How much does it cost to tear off and replace a roof?

    For smaller, simple, non-steep roofs, you can expect to pay anywhere from about $6,000 to $9,000 for a simple asphalt shingle roof replacement. For smaller, steep or cut-up roofs, it can range from $10,000 to $16,000 or more, depending on the size, etc. Large roofs, or premium shingles, can cost upwards of $25,000-$45,000. If a roofer quotes much less than that, you should question the quality.

  • How do I estimate roofing costs?

    Things that go into an estimate for roofing costs:

    Materials (underlayment, flashing, edge, ridge, roofing materials including waste, ventilation, consumables)

    Safety considerations (ladder, rigging, harnesses, lifts, etc - roofing is one of the most dangerous occupations there is)

    Labor (skilled labor is generally half of the estimate or more)

    Permits, insurance, contractor's license, delivery, dump fees, supervision, warranty

  • How can I get my insurance to pay for my roof?

    Steps to Get Your Property Insurance to Pay for a New Roof

    1. Verify damage. A good roofing contractor will give a free inspection and recommend action. If there is damage:
    2. Contact your agent to file a claim. 
    3. Have your roofer meet the insurance adjuster onsite.
    4. If insurance denies or underpays legitimate repair for covered damage, ask for a reinspection.
    5. If there is still a discrepancy, appraisal and/or a public adjuster are additional options available to the insured.

  • What is the best time of year to get a new roof?

    A roof can be installed any time of year in northern Arkansas, but if there's snow or extreme cold weather it complicates matters (it's not impossible, there are ways to warm the roof). Spring and early summer are the best, providing that a major hailstorm hasn't just hit the area (this drives up roofing demand). Labor and materials tend to go up later in the summer and fall, due to storm damage and hurricane season causing more demand.

  • Can I put a metal roof over shingles?

    Sometimes. If local building codes allow it, and if your old roof isn't trapping moisture. Some building codes require a full tear-off whenever a new roof is installed. 

  • Is a metal roof worth the cost?

    A metal roof costs two to three times the price of a shingle roof, but will last 50 years or more. A shingle roof typically only lasts 12-15 years. They also can save up to 50% of energy costs. A standing seam metal roof in particular may increase the value and curb appeal of your home.

  • Do metal roofs make a house hotter?

    No, metal roofs tend to reflect the sun's heat and can be as much as 100 degrees cooler on the surface, compared to an asphalt shingle roof. This can lead to energy savings of as much as 50% according to the MRCA. 

  • How much does a metal roof cost?

    A metal roof costs 2 to 3 times as much as a shingle roof. Specific roofs vary due to shape and access, but installation is typically around $900 - $1100 per square (and up, for higher end roofs), plus the cost of tear-off and disposal of the old roof. Ask your contractor for a no-obligation, custom, detailed estimate for your specific house or building.