Address: 206 4th St. East South Point, OH 45680 View Map
Phone: (740) 861-0286

About Us

Shield Roofing & Construction LLC. has been successfully serving the Tri-State area since 2012. Our staff works around the clock to provide the best services to our customers. Our 24 hour Emergency Response Team will be there to assist you anytime day or night. Shield Roofing & Construction LLC. Has a reputation for outstanding workmanship and quality products.

We require NO MONEY upfront, that’s right, NO DOWN PAYMENT! We collect the amount due when the job is finished and the home owner is happy with the job.

We are Storm Damage Experts, such as wind and hailstorms. We are Insurance Claim Specialists. We take all the responsibility of contacting your insurance company and following through from beginning to end of the claim. We want to help families that have suffered loses to their home have peace of mind knowing that they have the best team helping rebuild what makes a family a HOME. Our team is trained and qualified for all your storm damage needs and questions.

Due to the high winds and severe weather, we are now serving the following areas: In Kentucky: Ashland, Greenup, Grayson, Catlettsburg, Bellefonte, Cannonsburg, Ironville, Flatwoods, Morehead, West Liberty, Inez, Louisa, Olive Hill; In West Virginia: Kanawha City, St Albans, Kermit, Logan, Barboursville, Winfield, Point Pleasant, Nitro, Elkview, Huntington, Charleston, Bridgeport, Clarksburg, Hurricane, Dunlow, Teays Valley, Milton, Cross Lanes, St Albans, Weston, Parkersburg, Scott Depot, Ripley, Ravenswood, Wayne, Kenova; In Ohio: Ironton, Coal Grove, Wheelersburg, Gallipolis, Portsmouth, Kitts Hill, and all of Lawrence County

Shield Roofing & Construction LLC. stands behind our quality work, with multiple warranties. We are here in the best need for our Customers.

Shield Roofing & Construction LLC. offers in our brand new office location a 3500 square foot Showroom featuring our distributors samples on display for you to custom pick your designs for your home. We have the capability to provide you with a virtual tour on our computers to customize your selections. Our reputation as quality, experienced, and certified in the roofing, siding, gutter, and framing industry is only a few of the many services we offer. We are expanding our Services to also provide porches, decks, additions and new construction of homes. Our customers request are valuable, if it is a small project or a big one, we will guarantee satisfaction in all of our work.

Shield Roofing & Construction FAQ

When a storm hits my area, what should be the first thing I do?
When the storm has subsided, the first thing you want to do is walk around your property and assess any damage. Here is where you look for any shingles that may have blown off or if there has been damage to your siding, gutters, etc.. If you have a camera handy, it can be very useful to take pictures or video proof of the storm or damage to show your insurance. While patrolling the ground will show you some damage, it is very difficult to identify hail damage to your roof. It can be very dangerous for homeowners to climb on their own roof to gauge this, so this is where Shield Roofing comes in. We offer free inspections and will generate a full damage report.

So, lets say I find some exterior damage to my home, should I call my insurance company?
Your first instinct may be to contact your insurance adjuster immediately and file a claim, but it is important to call someone like us first. When you file a claim independently, you may only receive enough compensation from your insurance to fix one aspect of the damage. However, Having us come to your home and provide a complete, free home inspection ensures that the damage report we deliver to the insurance will completely cover any storm damage that may have occurred. Also, homeowners should keep in mind that insurance companies are more willing to accept a claim sooner rather than later. Once a roof is damaged by hail, the life span of that shingle could become drastically compromised. Seemingly slight hail damage could turn into a leak, then you are burdened with interior damage, as well as the preexisting exterior.

Is working with homeowner’s insurance company a service exclusive to Shield.
Most local contractors will supply the homeowner with an estimate for a new roof, siding, etc. but they may lack the proper knowledge when it comes to working alongside insurance adjusters. Our Project Managers have the experience and training to guarantee that all the damage is accounted for when we turn in our final damage report.

What are some warning signs or red flags homeowners should look out for when selecting a contractor?
Any time there is a major storm in the area, one group homeowners should be weary of are Stormers. Stormers are non local contractors that chase hail and windstorms to whatever location they hit. They are very good at working with your insurance, but once the job is completed, they will likely disappear and leave you with no follow up customer service. This means that if the job was not done correctly, you are left with a bigger mess on your hands than before. You should always consider a trusted, local company, such as Shield Roofing, first.

So if these are things that we should avoid, what are positives we should look for in a contractor?
Homeowners should make sure their preferred contractor is a locally owned and established company, has an A+ rating on the Better Business bureau, and have been in business a minimum of 5+ years. Be sure your contractor shows you their License, liability insurance, and worker’s compensation certificates. It is vital that the contractor you chose has all of these credentials before you sign on the dotted line. Shield is a certified installer with every major manufacturer, but we choose GAF as our brand of choice. Through GAF we are Master Elite Certified, which only 1% of the nation’s contractors can even qualify for. It is crucial to choose a contractor who is properly accredited, or you run the risk of your home not only being improperly repaired but ending up in worst shape than after the storm.


Residential Roofing

The residential structures in Kentucky, Ohio, & West Virginia have to withstand some serious punishment all year long, with nothing taking more direct abuse than their roofs. Roof replacement is a fact of life for Kentucky, Ohio, & West Virginia residents and those in surrounding areas, as the effects of exposure to sunlight and heat, rain, wind, hail, and snow combine throughout the year to destroy roofs and their supporting framework. This is not only an aesthetic problem, as a leaking or degraded roof is a hazard by itself, but it also provides a means for the elements to get in and attack other parts of the structure as well. Damaged and older roofs are also not as energy-efficient as modern materials, which often reduce energy needs immediately, allowing a replacement to pay for itself in a very short amount of time.

Not all roofing contractors in Kentucky, Ohio, or West Virginia are equally qualified, and it takes a great deal of experience, not just the best materials, to become the #1 Kentucky, Ohio, & West Virginia residential roofing specialists. Shield Roofing & Construction has the know-how and the hands-on experience to recommend and install the best type of roofing for any residential structure. Regardless of the type of roofing materials or the layout of the structure, Shield Roofing & Construction can repair or replace it with guaranteed work and a lasting, protective roof that not only looks great, but adds value to the property as well.  Read more....

Commercial Roofing

Kentucky, Ohio, & West Virginia commercial roofing companies and the many roofing systems in use here face unique and difficult challenges from the temperature and weather extremes that are all too common to the city and its suburbs. From hail and high winds, to storms and sun exposure, the elements test the strength of commercial roofs. A professional contractor can help ensure your structure is constructed of durable, long-lasting materials that also meet various building standards and codes.

Commercial roofing requires qualifications and experience that not all of the various Kentucky, Ohio, & West Virginia commercial roofing companies possess. Shield Roofing & Construction has certified crews that are experts at installing and repairing all types of commercial roofing. Business and industrial owners have a host of materials and options from which to choose, ranging from materials that let light in to reduce energy costs, to those that are engineered to repel sunlight and insulate the structure beneath. However, all need expert installation and proven repair techniques to operate safely and as intended, highlighting the need for a reliable Kentucky, Ohio, & West Virginia commercial roofing company like ours.

Steel and other types of metal roofing materials, along with membrane and self-adhering systems, are among the most popular types of commercial roofing around. Older types of metal and membrane roofing do not have the same qualities as modern materials, which have longer life spans and require fewer repairs. Over the years we’ve installed single-ply membranes, such as TPO and EPDM, as well as modified bitumen self-adhered systems.

These Kentucky, Ohio, & West Virginia commercial roofing systems can be for re-roofing your building or new construction installations. Today, more modern materials are often used in commercial roofing that are engineered to withstand impact from debris, branches and hail, while remaining visually pleasing and reflecting sunlight simultaneously. You can reduce energy costs, some of the largest costs associated with any commercial structure, immediately and dramatically.

In the case of modern steel roofing, reductions up to thirty percent are common. Corrugated plastics and fiberglass roofing materials also provide a wide range of solutions perfect for structures that are not climate-controlled. These materials allow light in to help alleviate energy consumption costs, while providing a sturdy and reliable roofing alternative.  Read more....