Hammerhead Roofing

South Florida's Top
Roofing Company

Your Palm Beach County Roofing Company

With Over 20 Years of Roofing Experience

Hammerhead Roofing of South Florida, Inc. is a Palm Beach County and South Florida Roofing Contractor that provides solutions for all of your unique residential roofing and commercial roofing needs.

We provide tile, shingle, metal, sheet metal, roof repair and replacement throughout Palm Beach County, Florida and South Florida. 

We specialize in commercial roof repair and replacement as well as new commercial roof installations. We can help you with your roof insurance claims and we do the job right the first time!

We serve, West Palm Beach, Wellington, Lake Worth, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Royal Palm Beach, Loxahatchee, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, and Miami.

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Our Roofing Services

Hammerhead Roofing of South Florida, Inc. provides excellent workmanship and roofing services. We add beauty to your home with trouble-free service, which includes:

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Residential Roofing

We provides an outstanding variety of high quality shingle roofing products and are Palm Beach County licensed and insured for residential shingle roofs.

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Commercial Roofing

We are a state certified and factory certified preferred commercial roofing contractor with over 30 years of commercial roofing experience in Palm Beach and Broward County.

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Insurance Claims

We work with many different insurance companies for new roofs as well as roofing repair jobs. We care for all the needed paperwork so that you don't have to!

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Frequently Asked Questions

These are the most common questions we get asked about our roofing services. Hopefully they will answer your questions too. If not please contact us and we will personally answer your question. 

There is no straight answer to this question. It depends on the type of roof (shingle, tile/metal/flat).

Metal roofs are the most expensive, but you get the bang for your buck- they last up to 50 years, and are the most hurricane resistant. Tile roofs are the next most expensive, and fare greater with foam adhesive than nailed-on or screwed-on tile. Followed by shingle & flat roofs which are the least expensive.

Yes, we are Ygreen, PACE certified. Visit their website to determine if you are eligible for financing, or give us a call for help.

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Honesty, not much once the hurricane has arrived. You should be looking at preventative maintenance. You should know how old your roof is. A metal roof is a 50 year roof, tile is 25-30, shingle roofs last 17-20 years, and flat roofs, if maintained every 5 years like recommended, should be good for 20+ years. 

That being said, you should get a certified roofing contractor out before hurricane season to check the life expectancy on your roof, and let you know if they find any problematic areas that should be addressed.

Metal roofs, by far. They are a 50 year roof and are the most hurricane resistant.

Do your research. Don’t hire out-of-state roofers who are here because there was a bad storm/hurricane and they came to make a quick buck. 

Hire local, make sure the contractor is licensed & insured, ask neighbors, check different neighborhood apps to see who is saying what about your local contractors, check reviews. If all else fails, you can always call your local building department and ask them who they recommend.

The building department/inspectors will know who the reputable roofers are.

Any good reputable roofer will give a 5-10 year workmanship guarantee on new roofs, and up to 20 years manufacturer’s warranty. Repairs are complicated to warrantee, it’s like trying to put a guarantee on a used tire, you just can’t. 

Usually repairs are good for up to 1 year. You’ll know if the repair was done correctly after the first heavy downpour that comes. If the repaired area doesn’t leak, it likely will not again.

You want to get several quotes when shopping for a new roof. Then you should compare apples to apples. What is included in the quotes? Does the description of work look vague on one proposal, & specific on another? What materials are they using, and did they provide the manufacturer’s product data sheets so you can see exactly what you’re buying? Is one contractor way high and one way low? 

The market is the same for all contractors, so the prices should be fairly the same. If you have several that are the same and one is way lower, throw that one out, something is wrong, they’re cutting corners in one way or another. Never a good idea to go with the lowest price, like everything in life, you get what you pay for. 

Once you have eliminated the quotes that seem off, default on good ole instincts. Go with who you feel comfortable with, trust the second brain, your gut.

Lori Markevich

West Palm Beach, Florida Roofing Job

“The most professional and honest Roofer around. The work is done in a timely matter and workers are polite and sure to clean up all materials throughout the job time period. Highly recommend for all your roofing needs.”

Julie Robichaud

Wellington, Florida Roofing Job

“These guys are real roofers! They sat down with me and explained the entire process to me and answered the many questions that I had without hesitation. The project went very quickly and smoothly.  I HIGHLY recommend them.”

Our South Florida Projects

For over 30 years we have been installing beautiful roof systems all over South Florida. Here are some examples. 


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Tile Roofs

Shingle Roofs

Metal Roofs

We provide residential and commercial roofing services in your local South Florida area. Here are some of our areas served: Palm Beach County including West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Juno Beach, Jupiter and Lake Worth Beach.  In Broward County we provide roofing services for Fort Lauderdale, Deerfield Beach, Hollywood, Pompano Beach, and Oakland Park. If you don’t see your area county or city, don’t worry contact us and we will accommodate you. 

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