See The Work We Have Done in Narragansett, RI including Point Judith, Galilee, Bonnet Shores, Jerusalem, and Great Island neighborhoods
Pinnacle Roofing is a local, licensed and insured SELECT ShingleMaster certified roofing company serving Narragansett, RI. We can offer manufacturer labor and material warranties and can complete most roofs in just one day. As a certified local roofer, we specialize in complete roof replacements in Narragansett, RI. Pinnacle Roofing is part of only 5% of roofers who are fully factory trained and certified to provide a long-lasting manufacturer-backed roof.
We replace both residential and commercial roofs and our materials include asphalt shingles, EPDM rubber, silicone roof systems, skylights, gutter leaf guards, roof coatings, and rolled asphalt flat roofs.
We handle damaged by winds or storms as we have insurance specialists to ensure your claim is handled promptly and smoothly while completely covering the cost of repairs.
For the best roofer in Narragansett RI, contact Pinnacle Roofing!
Is It Time For A New Roof in Narragansett?
There are definite signs to look for in determining if it is time for a new roof. If you can see cracked shingles, curling shingles, sheathing, shingle or siding decay, these visual cues suggest it is time to call a professional from Pinnacle Roofing to take a look. Leaking in the attic after heavy rain, stains on the ceilings or walls, and blistering paint are also signs. If you notice the roofing granules in your gutters and downspouts or have high energy bills these are clues as well.
Pinnacle Roofing serves Bonnett Shore
Pinnacle Roofing serves Narragansett Pier
Pinnacle Roofing serves Galilee/Point Judith
Narragansett is a town in Washington County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 14,532 at the 2020 census. However, during the summer months the town's population more than doubles to near 34,000. The town of Narragansett occupies a narrow strip of land running along the eastern bank of the Pettaquamscutt River (aka Narrow River) to the shore of Narragansett Bay. It was separated from South Kingstown in 1888 and incorporated as a town in 1901.