Roofing Company in Frankfort Illinois

Allied Restoration Contractors is an established local roofing company that serves Frankfort Illinois and nearby areas. With our main office located at 16555 Oak Park Ave B, Tinley Park, IL 60477, Frankfort is just a short drive away! If you need a roof replacement in Frankfort, give Allied Restoration Contractors a call.

  • Warranties up to 50 Years
  • Licensed, Insured, and Bonded
  • Local to Tinley Park
  • 13 Years in Business
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About Our Roofing Company

With 23 years of experience under his belt, the owner, George, is personally involved with every roofing project we do. Allied Restoration Contractors is for homeowners who want the attention to detail, the dedication in handling insurance claims, and the level of communication that comes from a reputable roofing company. From the demolition, to the clean up, to staying on top of your insurance company - George and his family strive to deliver an exceptional experience every step of the way!

Our Core Values


We make it a point to communicate the facts to our customers. Rather than turn a blind eye to any issues we find when we begin working on your roof, we'll simply give you the straight up facts and let you decide for yourselves.


Sometimes claims get denied on the first try, which is why we work hard on behalf of our customers when facing insurance companies to get the maximum claim for your roof, and make sure the insurance company does right by you.


We're here to take your calls and listen to your needs and concerned. We place a premium on making sure we're easy to get ahold of and here to help you with any issues and concerns you may have.

Residential Roofing near Frankfort, Illinois

‍Allied Restoration Contractors is a roofing company that serves Frankfort and surrounding areas. Our main office is located in Tinley Park, which makes Frankfort just a short drive away. 

Here is the typical process we follow at Allied for roof replacements:

1. Initial Roof Inspection

We perform a thorough inspection of your roof initially to assess the actual damage. Sometimes, a roof leak can be resolved with a cheap repair. However, if there is significant damage to your roof, we will recommend a roof replacement.

2. Select Type of Shingles

You will need to choose what type of shingles to use on your new roof. We offer installation of standard architectural shingles (an economical option), premium designer shingles, and cedar shake shingles. We install metal roofs as well.

3. Remove Old Roof Materials

‍On the day we start your roof replacement, we will begin by removing the old shingles. We will also remove the old flashing and underlayment. We will bring a dumpster to throw all the old materials into.

Depending on the condition of your roof decking (the bottom layer that holds up other roof materials), it may need to be replaced as well.

4. Install New Materials

We will install all your new roofing materials including underlayment, flashing, and shingles. We will also install vents, and any other roofing features you’ve requested such as skylights. 

5. Clean Up Job Site

After the job is complete, we’ll clean up the job site. Here are a few things we do to ensure that you’re left with a clean area when we’re done:

  • Blow out debris from your gutters
  • Clean up any debris from the yard 
  • Remove our dumpster
  • Go over your yard with roller magnets to pick up stray nails that may have fallen

Ensuring a Quality Roofing Job

We take care to make sure that our jobs are done right. Every job is supervised by the owner, George Musa, to help ensure we hold to the highest standards of quality.

High Quality Roofing Materials

A roof can’t be any better than the quality of materials used. We use high quality shingles from manufacturers such as GAF, CertainTeed, and Owens Corning. 

We also use new synthetic underlayment that’s known to perform significantly better than the old felt style of underlayment. 

Installation by Certified Roofing Contractors

It’s important to have skilled workers installing your new roof. Even with high quality roofing materials, poor installation can cause problems. We have high quality, certified contractors to perform our roofing installations. 

Typical Roof Replacement Costs

Most of the roofs we install typically end up in the $10k to $20k price range. Here are a few factors that will impact the roof replacement cost:

Roof Size

Bigger roofs require more time and materials to replace, and this increases the cost.

Roof Steepness

A big consideration is roof steepness. Particularly steep roofs are more risky and time consuming to install.

Roof steepness is measured in pitch. A 4/12 pitch, for example, would be a roof that inclines by 4 inches for every 12 inches inward. 

Most roofs are between a 3/12 pitch and a 7/12 pitch, which is fairly walkable. However, steeper roofs with an 8/12 pitch or above will be more difficult and cost more to install.

Roof Complexity

The complexity of your roof depends on how many individual surfaces it has.

These surfaces are called facets, and several facets together make up the overall shape of your roof. A pyramid, for example, has 4 facets. A completely flat roof would only have 1 facet.

Most Illinois roofs have simple shapes and only have about 2-6 facets. More than that, however, will increase the cost of the roof.

Learn more common roofing terms and what they mean.

Number of Stories

Roof jobs on taller homes require more work to install. One-story homes are relatively simple to install, but it will cost more to replace the roof on two or three story homes.

Type of Shingles

The shingles you use can impact cost dramatically. Architectural shingles will put you in the standard cost range, but you can expect to pay a premium for designer shingles or cedar shake shingles.

Roof Decking Condition

If your roof decking is in good condition, it won’t need to be replaced. However if there is rot or sagging, you will probably need new roof decking. This incurs an additional cost, and unfortunately we won’t know for sure until we remove the old roofing materials.

Summary of Typical Costs

In summary, if you have a smaller, simpler roof that isn’t very steep, your cost will likely be closer to $10,000. If you have a larger, more complex roof that’s more steep, your cost will likely be closer to $20,000.

For a more precise quote, please reach out to Allied Restoration Contractors for a free inspection of your Frankfort roof.

What Customers Are Saying

If you need a new roof, you should call ARC. George (the owner) made the whole process so much easier for us. Any project is stressful enough so I appreciated his hard work. We ended up filing a claim with our home owners insurance, as we had some storm damage. He worked with the insurance adjusters to make sure we were taken care of. And dealt with things I didn’t understand. He is very knowledgeable as he has been doing this for many years. I was stressed about picking out the right roof color (I didn’t care for the old roof) and he took that concern seriously and helped by showing us other houses he had worked on recently. We chose the perfect color! We also had a special order skylight that was being replaced and George measured a few times to make sure it was accurate and made sure the right skylight was installed. The work was done quickly and stress free thanks to George.

Amanda Leithleiter

Great company!  George and his team were fantastic.  They handled everything from getting the work approved through my insurance and then quickly getting the job scheduled and completed.  Hassle-free experience with ARC.  Thanks

John S.

I recently used Allied Restoration Contractors for siding installation and gutter/soffit/fascia replacement. I am very satisfied with the product and service received. Everyone is very nice and responsive. The workmanship is A+. I really appreciate the attention I received from George, in helping me make the right decisions for my home. I have already recommended the company to others and will continue to do so. I’ll definitely reach out again for my next home project.

Christine Williams

Types of Roofs We Install

Standard Shingles

We offer a variety of standard shingle styles for maximum water resistance, durability, and budget-friendliness. There are a variety of different styles and colors available for you to choose from. The right color can add flourish and curb appeal to your home. The vast majority of Illinois homeowners choose shingle roofs, and most standard asphalt shingles last between 15-30 years.

Premium Designer Shingles

We offer a premium selection of designer shingles for homeowners who are looking for something with a little more glamor. The cost for luxury designer shingles is higher. However, typically designer shingles are thicker, which means some of the cost is recouped due to higher durability and a longer-lasting roof.

Cedar Shake

Cedar shake roofs serve the same function as asphalt roofs, but are made of natural cedar materials, giving the roof a more traditional and aesthetically pleasing appearance. Typically cedar roofs last between 30-50 years with proper maintenance. If you have the budget, cedar roofs are a beautiful option!

A close up picture of a facet of a standard shingle roof

Standard Shingles

For homeowners on a budget, we install standard, high-quality asphalt shingles from GAF, CertainTeed, or Owens Corning.

A close up of a couple rows of high-end designer shingles

Designer Shingles

Make a statement and go for a more distinguished look with high-end designer shingles.

A close up picture of cedar shake shingles from an angle

Cedar Shake

For a classic, beautiful look, we install cedar shake shingles.

Roofing Services We Offer

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Roof Inspections

We offer thorough roof inspections so you can know whether your damaged roof needs to be repaired or replaced. We check for leaks, sagging, discoloration on roof decking, and more to find out the condition of your roof.

A roof that is in the process of shingle installation where one facet of the roof is still bare roof decking

Roof Replacements

We specialize in roof replacements. If you need your roof replaced, Allied Restoration Contractors is a great option. Each replacement we do is personally supervised by the owner, George Musa. Learn more about our process here.

A picture of a public adjuster on ladder looking at the gutters performing a roof inspection

Public Adjuster Services

Insurance companies can be tough to work with, and managing claims requires a lot of back and forth communication. We work tirelessly and relentlessly on your behalf to see that you are paid out the maximum amount for your roofing claim.

Signs it Might Be Time to Replace Your Roof

Here are the biggest warning signs it's time to replace your roof:

1. Attic Leak

You can often spot a leak in your attic by what looks like coffee stains on the top floor of your home. This is water that leaks from the ceiling and usually becomes discolored with a brownish hue. Alternatively, you can head up into your attic and see if you spot any visible leaks. But be careful not to fall through the insulation, as not all attics are designed to be walked in. If your roof has a leak, you should get a roof inspection right away. You'll either need to replace your roof or have the leak patched with a simple repair.

2. Sagging Roof

As roofs age and the roof decking becomes less sound, they can begin to sag. This is a sign that your roof is very warn and may need to be replaced soon. If unsound roofs are left unattended for long enough, leaks can form and cause even more damage to the interior of your home.

3. Recent Hail Storm

Even if a hail storm doesn't cause an immediate leak, they can cause other damage that 's less apparent. For example, they can knock granules off of your roof shingles, leading to your shingles deteriorating more quickly. Unless it's a very minor hail storm with tiny bits of hail, calling out a roofer after a hail storm for an inspection is a good precaution to take.

If you want to be more thorough, here are 16 Warning Signs Your Illinois Roof Needs an Inspection.

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