Serving Florence, Marion, Darlington, Lake City, Clarendon, Lee, Lower Florence, Sumter Counties
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Why Choose Us?
Licensed, Bonded & Insured
Excellent Customer Service
Friendly, Professional Staff
Family Owned & Operated
Fully Licensed & Insured
Flexible Appointment Availability
Best Of Florence 2014 For Roofing And Siding
David Is Certified In IKO 'Shield Installer. Mule Hide Modified Rubber, Firestone, TPO & EPDM, GAF, Gemstar, Owens Corning, And CertainTeed
David Corrow Was A Member Of Local 33 Roofing And Water Proofing Union In Dorchester Massachusetts, And Now Takes Continuing Education Classes To Keep Him Updated On New Material, Insulation And Building Codes
David Brings A Level Of Expertise To The Pee Dee Area And Beyond Due To Over 30 Years' Experience, And He Centers On The Technical Aspects Of The Construction Process Which Many Companies Ignore
7:00am - 8:00pm, Every Day
Roof Repair in Florence, SC
Your home's roof keeps you and your family safe and protected, so it's important to keep it properly maintained. Corrow Construction LLC in Florence, SC, is here to help you achieve this goal with reliable roof repair service. Our professional contractors are highly experienced, and we have the skill and equipment needed to solve all of your roofing problems.
No job is too big or too small for our services, and no matter how damaged your roof is, we'll do everything we can to solve the problem. We're always up-to-date on local zoning laws and building requirements, and when you hire us, you can rest assured knowing that the work will be done properly. Our clients benefit from our:
Excellent customer service
Don't wait until a small leak turns into a big problem. Call and schedule a roof repair appointment with Corrow Construction LLC in Florence to have a roofer evaluate and solve your problem.
David on his bike, by his work truck
Syn-felt has a plastic coating, and it protects the wood under the shingle
Syn-felt dry-in is a synthetic felt that last 25 years vs. asphalt which only last for about ten years before it starts drying out and deteriorating..