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Keeping Your Home as Strong as an Oak

Live Oak Exteriors is a Platinum Preferred Contractor with Owens Corning that specializes in roof replacement, roof repairs, gutters, and exteriors maintenance offering the best products and services on the market! 


Live Oak Roofing + Exteriors was founded on the principle of treating our customers and employees like family. At Live Oak, our roots run deep. The company is owned by a group of friends that grew up in the same hometown, raised with family values in mind, and 10 years of roofing experience.

Quality Work, Great Rates

Live Oak specializes in roof replacement, roof repairs, gutters, and exteriors maintenance. We offer the best products and services on the market.


As Platinum Preferred Contractors with Owens Corning, we exclusively offer Owens Corning roofing products to all our customers.

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A Lasting Impact

We exclusively offer Owens Corning roofing products to all our customers. Their products offer a wide variety of styles, colors, and components that allow Live Oak Roofing + Exteriors to keep your home as strong as an oak!

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Live Oak Exteriors is a Preferred Contractor with Owens  Corning with an A rating with the BBB! We ensure the highest quality work for all of our customers!

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With over 10 years of experience in roofing and exterior renovations, Live Oak can get the job done right! 

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Live Oak Exteriors is fully licensed and insured. We carry policies with the right limits and coverage to make sure your biggest investment protected!

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Along with being Platinum Preferred Contractors with Owens Corning, we have an A rating with the BBB and over 700 great Google reviews!

Quality Service = Outstanding Results

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"We had a recent roof replacement with Live Oak Exteriors. Everyone we worked with was very professional. Dylan took the time to educate me on roof installation and what products would be best for my exact needs. I would recommend this company to anyone. Great people, great product, and fair prices. Excellent work!"

- David Stinehart

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Frequently Asked  Questions

Does a black roof make a house hotter?

Black and dark-colored roofs can cause your home to be warmer than lighter colored ones due in part to how they absorb heat.

What is the darkest colored roof shingle on the market today?

Onyx Black is the darkest colored roof shingle on the market today. It is a brand-new color from Owens Corning, and it is sure to make your house stand out from the rest. Onyx Black has a deep, rich black color that is sure to give your home a unique look.

What color shingles go best with a white house?

White houses should opt for shingles that are gray (don't forget about silver!) or black. If the white siding on your home is quite warm, consider brown tones instead and vice versa if it's cooler in coloration but still has some warmth to help balance out all those windows!

Do you need a permit to have repairs done to roof?

If you need repair work to your roof that costs more than $10,000, you may need to obtain a permit first. However, if the repairs are minor and do not cost very much, a permit may not be required. You should check with your local building department to find out for sure.

How long do asphalt roof shingles last?

Asphalt roof shingles are an affordable, reliable option for many homeowners. However, one of the most common questions about asphalt shingles is how long they will last. Generally speaking, the life expectancy of asphalt roof shingles is between 15 and 30 years, depending on the quality and care that goes into maintaining them. They don't last as long in warmer climates, such as the Southwest, as they do in colder climates in the north and north eastern regions.

What are the disadvantages of having a black roof?

Having a black roof can have some major disadvantages. Darker colors absorb more heat than lighter colors, meaning that a black roof absorbs more of the sun’s energy, causing your home to be significantly hotter during the summer months. This may lead to an increase in air conditioning costs and less energy efficiency overall. Additionally, the added heat from a black roof can cause the roof to wear more quickly, leading to an increased need for repairs or replacements.

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