Residential and Commercial Roofing Services

Look, we’ll tell it to you straight. If you’re looking for one of those huge roofing conglomerates that will charge you an arm and a leg without ever looking you in the eye, you’ve come to the wrong place. 

But if you’re looking for a tight-knit crew that gives you our full, personal focus from the first handshake through the final walkthrough… now we’re talking. See why home and business owners across Central Indiana trust Bryant Roofing to put a personal touch on every roofing project.


When you work with Bryant, we’ve got you covered.Our roof replacement labor is backed by a 10-year standard warranty.

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Indiana weather can really pack a wallop on your home’s roof. If your roof is looking battered and bruised, call on Bryant to do a full roof replacement or repairs. 

We partner with the Midwest’s top manufacturers of metal, flat and shingle roofs, and our warranties have you covered for years to come. We don’t like to call our shots, but when you work with Bryant we bet you’ll find your roof contractor for life.


Low-slope systems are the bread and butter for commercial roofing. Whether you’re tearing out your old flat roof and need reroofing or you’re starting new construction from scratch, Bryant Roofing is a trusted roofing partner for Central Indiana businesses. 

We offer TPO, EPDM and metal panel low-slope systems, and can help you decide which makes more sense for your commercial roofing.

Types of Roofs — Costs, Lifespan, and Benefits

We’ve got roofs, you’ve got options. Here’s a bit of information on popular roofing types to help you research the right roof for your house or business.

Metal Roofs

We’re real metalheads, and for good reason. Metal roofs are durable, long-lasting, and super customizable.

FLAT Roofs

We sing high praises for flat roof systems as a watertight solution for Central Indiana businesses and homes.


Shingles are a cost-effective option with a proven track record and tons of customization options.

Settled On A Style? Let’s Set You Up With A Free Estimate.



Shopping for a new roof can be awfully confusing. If you’ve got questions, let’s put an answer in your noggin and a roof over your head.

Do you offer a warranty?

You bet! We stand behind our workmanship by delivering a 10-year warranty on all roof replacement labor. We can offer an extended warranty on workmanship, too — just ask!

Our shingle manufacturer partners offer various warranties up to 50 years. Reach out if you’d like more details on the warranties available on your roof.

Do you work with insurance?

We sure do. We work with all insurance companies directly, representing your best interest, beginning onsite with your insurance claim adjuster. Working directly with insurance saves you time and headache, and helps maximize the monetary value of your claim, too.

Can I pay with a credit card?

Yes, we accept all major credit cards. A 3.5% charge will be applied for credit card processing.

How do I know if I have shingle damage?

Shingle damage can happen for any number of reasons. Wind and hail from storms is a big one, but shingles can also get beaten up due to poor or improper attic ventilation, extreme heat or cold, or even manufacturer defects.

The best way to tell if your shingles are damaged is to get Bryant’s boots up there on your roof. We offer free inspections and free estimates through our contact page, or you can give us a call at 317-342-4050.

What type of shingles do you use?

We use dimensional or architectural shingles carrying at least a Lifetime Limited Warranty against manufacturer defects; a 10-year algae-resistant warranty; and a wind-damage warranty against wind gusts up to 130 mph.

We don’t feel obligated to use one shingle manufacturer like some of our major competitors. However, we believe strongly in products offered by Certainteed, Atlas Roofing, and Owens Corning.

How do you calculate the area of my roof?

We measure roofs in ‘squares’. A ‘square’ is a 10’ x 10’ section. So a roof that is 30 squares would be 3,000 square feet.

We also need to account for waste. Waste accounts for the “extra” materials needed (starter shingles, ice and water shield, etc.) to install a proper roofing system on more complex roofs. So a plain gable roof would require less waste than a plain hip and ridge style. And a cutup roof of either style would require more waste than the corresponding plain roof style.

Finally, we combine estimated waste and number of squares to produce a reliable measure of roof area. From there, we calculate the estimated cost to replace or repair your roof.

What are my options if I decide to reroof?

You have 2 options: A) a full roof replacement, or B) an overlay on the existing roof.

A roof replacement means that your entire existing roof system be redone. This involves a “tear off” of your existing roof system and is a complete roof replacement process. The cost of a roof replacement depends on the type of shingle, style and warranty/durability you choose. Bryant can offer advice on what best suits your needs and your budget.

An overlay is the less demanding option. Overlays install a new layer of shingles on top of the old ones, so it’s a far more expedient and cost-friendly option. However, building code requirements don’t always allow for multiple overlays. If you’ve done this more than once before, you may need a complete roof replacement.

We know a thing or two about Indiana building code requirements, so we can give you a hand if any issues crop up.

Do I need to completely replace a leaky roof?

Leaking roofs aren’t fun, but they’re not always the sign that it’s time for a roof replacement. How much roof repair work needs to be done depends on the level of damage caused by the leak, and the cause of the leak itself.

As with most roof problems, your best bet is to get a professional like Bryant on the case. Getting a free inspection and free estimate from us once a year can keep you aware of common warning signs of roof damage. We can suss out whether you’re in for a full roof replacement, or if a minor repair can get you back on your feet.

How long can I expect my new roof to last?

The life expectancy of the average roof is 25 years.

The lifespan of a roof is determined by a number of factors, like: roof design, building structure, material quality, material suitability, proper installation, periodic maintenance, and local climate. Roof material quality is especially important because some roof types such as clay tile, slate and certain metal roofing systems can last longer.

When choosing the materials for a new roof or when shopping around for a roofing contractor, make sure to check the warranties on the materials. Most roofing manufacturers offer warranties on their products and you should be wary of any manufacturer that doesn’t.

Metal Roof Installation FAQs

Is a metal roof more expensive than a regular home roof?

Yes, but for good reason. Metal roofing is a premium home product. A metal roof will cost more than what an asphalt shingle roof costs, but the price will be similar to tile roofing or cedar shake roofing. However, if you currently have a slate roof, you can expect your metal roof to cost less.

Does a metal roof add to the resale value of your home?

It sure as heck does! Not only does a new metal roof add to the resale value of your home, it also helps you save money on energy bills. And since metal roofs last so long, you’ll likely never need another roof replacement ever again.

Does a metal roof attract lightning?

No more than any other type of roof. Lighting is attracted to the highest point — whether that point is made of metal, asphalt or any other roofing material.

And on the off chance that your roof IS struck by lightning? Metal roofing is fireproof because it dissipates the electrical charge. That can prevent your home from going up in flames if disaster strikes.

Will metal roofing make my house hotter?

Quite the opposite, actually! Metal roofs do an excellent job of reflecting the sun and radiant heat away from your house, unlike traditional asphalt roofs. That means you can expect lower energy expenditures after your metal roof installation.

How much more time will a metal roof last than a traditional roofing installation?

The average asphalt shingle roof lasts from 20 to 25 years. You can expect a metal roof to last twice as long as a traditional shingled roof.

Can insulation be added under the metal roofing installation?

Yup, and you’ve got plenty of options. There are several types of insulation that can be used under metal roofing. Whether you’re looking for an inexpensive option or are want to break the bank, Bryant can help you pick from the various insulation types to make your roof more energy-efficient and cut down on utility costs.

Is a metal roof worth the additional cost?

If you’re looking for a significant investment when it comes to your roofing, a metal roof installation is the best decision you can make. Sure, the initial cost of a metal roof is higher. But it will last twice as long as any other roofing material, so it’s well worth the investment.

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