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Alabama's local, family-owned/operated Roofing Contractor

Guyette Roofing and Construction is a family owned and operated full service roofing company with offices in Montgomery and Mobile, AL. Since 1982, our operations in Montgomery have serviced thousands of customers. We have completed several thousand roof replacements and roof repairs in Alabama over the years. We have an unrelenting dedication to quality control and customer service, providing value to our customers through our work. Guyette Roofing and Construction is owned and managed by Bill Guyette Sr. and his two sons Billy and Jonathan. 

We pride ourselves on taking on many roofing projects that other roofers turn away from. We understand that 90% of roof leaks are built into the roof the day it is installed. Quality control in roofing is everything, which is why all of our  roofers are full-time, properly trained employees. Roofs fail for many reasons, but those reasons are usually not because of the shingles (residential roofing) or rubber membrane (commercial roofing), however the detail components of the roof system.  Many roof leaks and/or roof failures are “systems” related, such as flashing, roof valleys, curbing, chimneys, around AC units, etc. Installing the whole roof system correctly, is what ensures the longevity of your roof system. Needless to say, we take a systems approach to roofing, and take pride in installing complete roof systems. 

When you hire Guyette Roofing for your roof installation or roof repair, you get the best trained and most experienced roofers in Alabama. We understand building a great roof is about building a great roof system. We are Alabama’s roof specialists!

Now with a location in Mobile, AL, to better serve the people of Mobile and Baldwin County. 

Bill, Billy and Jonathan Guyette - owners of Guyette Roofing

We repair and replace all types of commercial roofs. 

We repair and replace all types of residential roofs. 

We repair all types of commercial and residential roofs. 

We offer free roof estimates for all commercial and residential roof repairs and replacements 

Recent Projects

Every Bill Sr. (Owner of Guyette Roofing and Construction) leads a team of volunteers to to other parts of the world to assist local missionaries with construction projects. This year a team from Guyette Roofing traveled to Botswana, Africa to build (3) tabernacle styles buildings in remote parts of the country.

Recent Blog Post

New TPO roof system on Montgomery, AL church

Built in 1925, St. John the Baptist Catholic church has had several roof replacements over the nearly 100 years it’s been in Montgomery, AL. Despite the multiple roof replacements, the roof still had several chronic leaks. However, like a lot of older roofs, the roof was never actually replaced, but layers of new roofing were installed on top of the old roofs.

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Why Roof Pipe Collars Leak

Undoubtedly, one of the most common types of roof leak are leaky roof pipes. The most common cause of a leaking vent pipe occurs at the collar surrounding the base of the pipe. The base of the vent is usually aluminum or galvanized steel, but the collar, or gasket, is usually made of rubber or plastic.

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Highest Roof In Alabama

This 1950’s transmitter building at the top of Mount Cheaha in Mt. Cheaha State Park had (4) layers of old roofing on top of a concrete substrate. It had been leaking for years and was in desperate need of a new roof system.

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TPO Recover on Montgomery, Alabama Commercial Roof

This particular commercial roof had (3) fully operational stores below. Each store had customers coming in and out of the building on a daily basis. Also, each store was experiencing roof leaks with every rain. And summer times in Alabama, are unforgiving to comprised roof systems.

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Leaking roof valleys and how to fix them

Roof valleys, if not installed correctly are one of the most leak prone areas on the roof. Because roof valleys function as a drain on the roof, they receive as disproportionate volume of water every time it rains.

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