Pinnacle Roofing is proud to serve all of Rhode Island's roofing needs.

Pinnacle Roofing is a local, licensed and insured SELECT ShingleMaster certified roofing company serving all of Rhode Island. We can offer manufacturer labor and material warranties and can complete most roofs in just one day. As a certified local RI roofer, we specialize in complete roof replacements and are part of only 5% of roofers who are fully factory trained and certified to provide a long-lasting manufacturer-backed roof.

We install 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 Rhode Island contact Pinnacle Roofing!

Time For A New Roof in Rhode Island?

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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.

Rhode Island is a state in the New England region of the Northeastern United States. It is the smallest U.S. state by area and the seventh-least populous, with slightly fewer than 1.1 million residents as of 2020, but it is the second-most densely populated after New Jersey. It takes its name from Aquidneck Island, also known by its former name Rhode Island, which an island in Narragansett Bay, though most of its land area is on the mainland.

Rhode Island borders Connecticut to the west, Massachusetts to the north and east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south via Rhode Island Sound and Block Island Sound; it also shares a small maritime border with New York. Providence is its capital and most populous city. Rhode Island's official nickname is the "Ocean State", a reference to its 400 miles (640 km) of coastline and the large bays and inlets that comprise about 14% of its total area.

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