Roof Contractor in Austin Texas
Water Damage and Roofing of Austin is proud to serve the Greater Austin Area as your local roof contractor, providing the following services:
- Water damage restoration concerns the replacement of household materials that are infested by moisture, bacteria, and mold. We only use chemicals that are FDA approved and our cleaning process ensures that all personal belongings will be free of mold or any bacteria growth.
- Emergency water removal needs to take place as soon as possible, and Water Damage and Roofing of Austin can quickly get you on the road to recovery. Any water leak within your home – leaking pipe, burst pipe, a leaking water heater, roof leak or outside water seepage – and your home is already damaged.
- Mold remediation is an extensive process that involves multiple steps to make sure mold is removed and your home or office is repaired to satisfaction. Our Austin mold treatment team uses professional-grade products to disinfect and sanitize materials.
- Roofing contractor – Water Damage and Roofing of Austin aims to provide top-rated services at prices you can afford. We garnered years of experience in installation, roof repairs, and maintenance of any roofing types for homeowners in Austin.
- Roof repair – From residential to commercial areas, Water Damage and Roofing of Austin is equipped to fix existing roofing problems and extend the life of your roof.
- Roof replacement – The first step to determining if you need roof repair or roof replacement is a complete roof inspection. Water Damage and Roofing of Austin has a team of experienced roofing inspectors who can determine the level of roof maintenance needed or if you need re-roofing.
- Residential roofing for homeowners who need a roofing contractor in Austin can turn to Water Damage and Roofing of Austin. Our years of experience in residential roofing and a team of dedicated roofing specialists will provide roofing services you need.
- Metal Roofing – As a leading metal roofing contractor, Water Damage & Roofing of Austin works with the highest quality materials and suppliers to deliver exceptional products for metal roof clients.
About Austin TX
Austin is located in the county of Travis, which is in the state of Texas.
- Population (approx.): 932,000
- Geo coordinates: 30.2672°N, 97.7431°W
- Postcodes: 78766, 78715, 78714, 78768, 78713, 78767, 78799, 78701, 78712, 78705
Roads In and Around Austin
- U.S. Route 183
- Texas State Highway Loop 1
- U.S. Route 290
- Sixth Street
- Interstate 35
- Interstate 10
- Texas State Highway Loop 360
- Texas State Highway 130. Sections of this road have a speed limit of 85mph.
- Texas State Highway Loop 343
- Texas State Highway 45
- 183A Toll Road
Regional and International Airports
- Bergstrom Air Force Base
- Robert Mueller Municipal Airport
- Austin Bergstrom International Airport
- Austin Executive Airport
- Austin high school
- Allison Elementary School
- Andrews Elementary School
- Baldwin Elementary School
- Baranoff Elementary School
- Barbara Jordan Early College Prep School
- Barrington Elementary School
- Barton Hills Elementary School
- Becker Elementary School
- Blackshear Elementary School
- Blanton Elementary School
- John C. Blazier Elementary School
- Boone Elementary School
- Brentwood Elementary School
- Brooke Elementary School
- Brown Elementary School
- Bryker Woods Elementary School
- Campbell Elementary School
- Bertha Casey Elementary School
- Casis Elementary School
- Nan Clayton Elementary School
- Cook Elementary School
- Cowan Elementary School
- Cunningham Elementary School
Nearby Rail Stations
- Downtown station (Capital MetroRail)
- Rollingwood is 2 miles to the west.
- West Lake Hills is 4 miles to the north-west.
- Lost Creek is 6 miles to the west.
- Barton Creek is 7 miles to the west.
- Onion Creek is 9 miles to the south.
- Hornsby Bend is 9 miles to the east.
- Shady Hollow is 10 miles to the south-west.
- Manchaca is 10 miles to the south-west.
- Jollyville is 12 miles to the north.
- Garfield is 12 miles to the south-east.
- Bee Cave is 12 miles to the west.
- Wells Branch is 12 miles to the north.
- Anderson Mill is 13 miles to the north.
- Buda is 13 miles to the south-west.
- Pflugerville is 14 miles to the north-east.
- Windemere is 14 miles to the north-east.
- Hudson Bend is 15 miles to the north-west.
- The Hills is 15 miles to the west.
- Leander is 23 miles to the north-west.
Things to Do and See Around Austin
- Mexic-Arte Museum (near East 5th Street and Congress Avenue) is an arts museum.
- Bank of America Center (near East 6th Street and Congress Avenue) was built in 1975 .
- Frost Bank Tower (near East 4th Street and Congress Avenue) is a 33 floor, 515 ft tall building.
- Congress Avenue Historic District (near East 6th Street and Congress Avenue) is a major thoroughfare that cuts through the center of the city. It goes from south Austin, over Lady Bird Lake and headed to the Texas State Capitol.
- One American Center (near West 6th Street and Congress Avenue) is a 32 floor office building in the Financial District.
- O. Henry Hall (near West 6th Street and Colorado Street) used to be known as the U.S. Post Office and Federal Building, and is a historic courthouse and post office.
- Driskill Hotel (near East 6th Street and Brazos Street) was built in 1886 and is the oldest operating hotel in Austin.
- Norwood Tower (near West 7th Street and Colorado Street) is a historic commercial building built in 1929.
- The Austonian (near West 2nd Street and Congress Avenue) is a residential 56 floor building skyscraper in downtown, and is the tallest building in town and the tallest all-residential building in the USA.
- Sixth Street (Austin, Texas) (near East 6th Street and Trinity Street) is a historic road as well as an entertainment district. It used to be called Pecan Street.
- Brown Building (Austin, Texas) (near Colorado Street and West 8th Street) is an office and residential tower in downtown Austin, Texas. Built in 1938, it is 137 ft tall.
- Ritz (Austin, Texas) (near East 6th Street and Trinity Street) is a historic theater in the 6th Street district. It has been used as a movie theater, music hall, club, and comedy house. It is not the home for the Alamo Drafthouse.
- St. David’s Episcopal Church (near East 7th Street and San Jacinto Boulevard) is a historic church constructed in 1854–1855, making it one of the oldest buildings in the city.
- Circuit of the Americas (COTA) is a custom built motor racing circuit. Opened in 2012, it hosts the Formula 1 US Grand Prix.
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