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We Do Roofing Bee Cave TX

We do roofing in Bee Cave TX, providing an expert service and outstanding quality of work.

If you've suffered from any hail or wind damage in the Bee Cave area recently, we're here to help.

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If your roof is damaged , you think you've got a leak, or you need a new roof installed, turn to the experienced team at Clear Choice Roofing to get the job done right. We specialize in residential and commercial roof repairs and installations, including leak repairs and patching, and wind-blown shingle repair, and chimneys.

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Roofing Services We Offer in Bee Cave

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New Roof Installations

We do new roof installations in Bee Cave in all the popular roofing materials that are suitable for the Bee Cave area and climate.

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Roof Repair & Replacement

Living in Bee Cave can come with its challenges weather-wise. That might mean roof repairs or patching is required.

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Gutter Installation & Repair

Drainage is a fundamental part of keeping your house and home leak-free. Gutters that are properly installed are a key part of this.
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Attic Insulation

Keping your home temperate in the Bee Cave climate requires a well insulated roof. We do attic and roof insulation.

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Why Bee Cave Residents Trust Us with Their Roofing Needs

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Locally Owned & Operated

We're residents in the area, and have a reputation to uphold. Our 400+ reviews on Google are a testament to the service we deliver for residents around the Austin metro.
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No Cost-Cutting

We install NEW synthetic water-resistant underlayment on every new install we work on. This is not common practise in the industry, because it is expensive.
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No Unattended Job Sites

We'll never leave your home unattended. There will always be a foreman or supervision when we're working on your roof - ensuring quality of work and safety compliance.
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High-Grade Materials

Cutting corners with cheap materials is never worth it when it comes to the roof over your had. We only work with premium, quality materials that last.
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We Clean Up the Mess

We leave our job-site debris and nail free at the end of every day, ensuring that your friends and family don't have any unwanted encounters with nails and other waste.
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Environmentally Responsible

We dispose of all composition roofing materials at a recycling facility in Austin, as opposed to the landfill. These shingles are recycled and used to pave new roads.

How the Weather in Bee Cave Affects Your Roof

Bee Cave, a suburban city located west of Austin, experiences a humid subtropical climate similar to the rest of the Austin metropolitan area. The city receives an average of 33 inches of rainfall annually, with the heaviest precipitation occurring during the spring and fall months. Bee Cave is also prone to severe weather events, such as thunderstorms, hail, and strong winds, which can cause damage to roofing systems. The area's hilly terrain can also contribute to unique weather patterns, with some parts of the city experiencing slightly different conditions than others.

The Most Common Roof Issues in Bee Cave

Poor drainage

Bee Cave's hilly landscape can sometimes lead to drainage issues, particularly on properties with inadequate gutter systems or grading. I've encountered several homes in the area where improper drainage has led to water pooling on the roof or near the foundation, causing leaks and structural damage.

Storm damage

Like other parts of Central Texas, Bee Cave is susceptible to severe weather events that can damage roofing materials. I've worked with numerous homeowners in the area to repair or replace roofs affected by hail, wind, or fallen tree branches.

Inadequate ventilation

With Bee Cave's humid climate, proper attic ventilation is crucial to prevent moisture buildup and premature aging of roofing materials. I often advise my clients in the area to ensure their roofing systems have adequate ventilation to maintain the roof's integrity and prevent mold growth.

Installation issues

Bee Cave's unique terrain can sometimes pose challenges for roofing installations, particularly on homes with steep or complex roof designs. As a roofing contractor, I've seen cases where improper installation techniques have led to leaks, sagging, or other performance issues.

The Best Type of Roofing for Bee Cave

High-quality asphalt shingles

Given Bee Cave's climate and risk of severe weather, we often recommend high-quality asphalt shingles with good wind and impact resistance ratings, such as the Owens Corning ones we use. These products can provide excellent protection against the elements while enhancing the home's curb appeal.

Metal Roofing

Metal roofs are becoming an increasingly popular choice for Bee Cave homes due to their durability, energy efficiency, and low maintenance requirements. I've installed several standing seam metal roofs in the area, which have proven to be highly resistant to wind, hail, and fire.

Synthetic slate or shake

For homeowners looking to achieve a high-end look while maintaining the benefits of modern materials, synthetic slate or shake roofing can be an excellent option. These products, like the Owens Corning ones we use, mimic the appearance of natural slate or wood shake while offering superior durability and resistance to moisture, insects, and decay.

Seasonal Tips for Maintaining a Roof in Bee Cave


As Bee Cave enters its storm season, homeowners should schedule a professional roof inspection to identify any damage that may have occurred over the winter. It's also essential to clean gutters and downspouts to ensure proper drainage during heavy rainfall events.


With temperatures often climbing into the high 90s, it's crucial to ensure that Bee Cave homes have adequate attic ventilation to prevent heat buildup and premature aging of roofing materials. Homeowners should also consider installing reflective coatings or lighter-colored roofing materials to reduce heat absorption.


As temperatures begin to cool, Bee Cave homeowners should take steps to prepare their roofs for the upcoming winter. This includes replacing any missing or damaged shingles, checking for proper insulation in the attic, and trimming back any overhanging tree branches that could cause damage during storms.


While winters in Bee Cave are generally mild, the occasional cold front can bring strong winds and heavy rainfall. Homeowners should monitor their roofs for any signs of damage and ensure that their gutters are clean and free of debris to prevent water from backing up and causing leaks. If any issues arise, it's best to contact a professional roofing contractor to address them safely.