Roofing Services

Serving the Phoenix Metro Area

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Certified Roofer Phoenix - Inspect Your Roof With Professionals

Gryphon Roofing offers complete residential roofing services in Phoenix, Glendale, Scottsdale, Gilbert, and Chandler, Arizona, and surrounding communities. Our commitment to quality craftsmanship, superior materials, credentialed contractors, and enthusiastic customer service ensures that we are able to continually provide you with the best Phoenix residential roofing experience.

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  • I appreciated your professionalism while on my property. It's difficult to find contractors on which you can relay. Be assured, I will recommend your company to friends and family in the area.

    MaryPatio Roof

  • I appreciated your professionalism while on my property. It's difficult to find contractors on which you can relay. Be assured, I will recommend your company to friends and family in the area.

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  • I greatly appreciate your estimator. His knowledge, ideas and the subcontractors he used. Thank you all for a project done with excellence.

    LindaRe-roof


One of the most outstanding of all Gryphon Roofing services is our ability to work with quality residential roof products to accommodate your budget, needs, and aesthetic preferences. It’s a craft few can boast about throughout residential roofing in Phoenix.


With more than 25 years of Phoenix residential roofing experience, we offer an extensive variety of exceptional residential roofing services, such as roof repair, roof replacement, roofing installation, metal roofs and more. From shingle replacement to new roof installation, we offer it all!


Once your new roof is complete, we are able to protect your purchase by standing behind our work. We offer two-year, five-year, and ten-year warranty options so that you can rest assured that Gryphon Roofing supports its residential roofing workmanship with the strongest warranty protection available.

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We will do a thorough roof inspection to fix your roof leaks!

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Gryphon Roofing prides ourselves on our professional Phoenix roof inspection services. We perform meticulous and thorough reports to ensure that the inspection portion of your Phoenix roof is informative and useful. With an unbiased viewpoint, we will point out your roof’s reliable aspects and its shortcomings. We assure you that we will provide you a Phoenix roof inspection that is built on the knowledge we’ve gained over the last 25 years. Rest assured that Gryphon Roofing inspectors will thoroughly evaluate the roof of your choice.

We have been performing Phoenix roof inspections since 1987. We have inspected and estimated repair costs for millions of square feet of roofing projects. We understand that your roof is a significant investment and asset to your home, Don’t leave it to just any Phoenix roof inspection company, let us make sure your Phoenix roof is cared for efficiently, safely, and correctly.

With more than 25 years of Phoenix residential roofing experience, we offer an extensive variety of exceptional residential roofing services, such as roof repair, roof replacement, roofing installation, metal roofs and more. Our Phoenix roofing contractors are experts in low-slope and steep-slope Phoenix residential roofing that abide by requisite trade practices. Our skilled Maricopa County roofers offer timely and efficient service. If you have a residential roofing project, contact our residential roofing experts today. From shingle replacement to new roof installation, we offer it all!
Gryphon Roofing & Remodeling has several professional Phoenix roof inspectors for all your Phoenix roof inspection needs. It is well worth the investment to hire a professional Phoenix roof inspector because he will inspect your roof properly so that any small damages can be repaired in advance, eliminating the risk of larger challenges later with your residential roofing in Phoenix, Glendale, Scottsdale, and Chandler, Arizona.

Our certified Phoenix roof inspectors have the expertise and experience to take your Phoenix roofing project from beginning to completion. We have all the necessary tools to deliver the best quality and value. We are also happy to give you guidance and recommendations to help you maintain your new Phoenix roof.

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Installing New Roofs? Which Roof Structure is Right?

If you’re installing a new roof, then you shouldn’t just limit your concern to the material you’ll use. This is especially true if you’re willing to retrofit your house or if you’re building a new home. The shape of the roof also matters, and a good Phoenix roofer can help give you some guidelines on how these roof styles can be properly maintained.



Here are some roof styles that a good roofer in Phoenix can point out for you:



  1. Pitched roof - This is prototypical roof that most people are familiar with, as it features a triangle shape on top of the house. Since its design is simple, it’s much more affordable, and it sheds water easily, offers space for an attic or a vaulted ceiling, and provides better ventilation. On the other hand, its shape may not be the best against high winds unless it is properly braced.

  2.  Pyramid - The pyramid roof design is used often for smaller bungalows and cabins. They’re very resistant to strong winds and offer space for ventilation, but the complex design is more expensive.

  3.  Hip roof - Like the pyramid, it has four sides, but the top features a ridge instead of a point. It’s sturdy and durable, it offers more space, and snow easily slides off. But it’s more expensive than a pitched roof, and water leaks are likely if it isn’t properly installed.

  4. French roof - This is a double-layer roof. Its shape offers a great deal of space, nut it isn’t the best style for places with heavy snowfall. And it’s more expensive too.

  5. Barn roof - Like the French roof, this has two layers or slopes. But the French has 4 sides, and this one has 2. It offers space and it’s very simple to frame out. But it’s not ideal for areas with heavy winds and lots of snowfall. It should also be checked yearly for damage.

  6. Flat roof - Though it seems completely flat, there is a slight pitch so that the rainwater can run off. This is a great roof for an outdoor patio or garden. It’s also an ideal design if you’re thinking about using solar panels. But its almost flat design may not be the best shape for areas with lots of rain and heavy snowfall.

  7.  Shed roof -  This is a single sloping roof, and it looks like half of a pitched roof. This is easy to assemble and quite affordable, and the steep pitch lets the snow and water run off easily. But a home with just this style of roof may have a problem with very strong winds.

  8. Jerkinhead - This is a combo of a pitched and a hip roof. It’s very stable, it offers more space, and its architectural look is very interesting. But the complexity of its design can make it much more expensive.

  9. Butterfly roof - This is a V-shaped roof. Its design is ideal for environmentalists, as it can accommodate solar panels and the midsection can be used to collect water for high drought areas. But it is more expensive, and even the maintenance can be costly.

  10.  Kicked-eaves - This is like the French roof, but this time the top layer has the steeper pitch. It offers space and the water runs off easily. It’s very durable too. But it’s more expensive, and the valley where the two slopes meet may cause water to pool.

  11. Salt box roof -This is an asymmetrical design, with one side like a lean-to and the other side is a sloping flat roof. It’s more durable and it looks interesting, but its design makes it more expensive.

  12. Saw-tooth - This roof looks like the side view of a saw blade. With different slopes and with windows, it offers more natural light. But it’s a lot more expensive than most roof styles.

  13.  Curved roof - It’s like the shed roof, but as the name says the planes are curved. It looks great and it can be customized for the location, but its cost will depend on its complexity.

  14.  Dome - This looks like an inverted bowl shape. It looks spectacular and it is very durable, but it can be very expensive unless you find a prefab roof.
    Of course, you can combine more than one of these roof styles for your home, especially if you have a large house. That can make it much more interesting to look but it will sure cost you a lot more!