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What warranties do you offer?
We offer 10 and 25-year warranties on full replacements, plus 2-year warranties on repairs.
Are you certified by any manufacturers?
Yes, we’re recognized among the top 3% of contractors nationwide as GAF Master Elite Contractors and CertainTeed Select Shingle Masters.
Do you offer financing?
Yes! We’re proud to offer easy monthly financing options for all our services.
Are you accredited with the Better Business Bureau?
Yes, we have an A+ rating with the BBB. Plus, we have a 5-star rating on Google Business and on Angie’s List.
Do I need to worry about anything inside my house while the work is being done?
We try to accommodate all things required to make this process painless for the homeowner. With that being said, you do have a few responsibilities, such as:
- Ensuring any loose objects on mantles or in china cabinets are secure.
- Any paintings, portraits, china or mirrors that are on the wall and not secure should be taken down.
- If you plan on leaving your house, park your car on the street the night before.
How are all the nails removed from my yard?
We perform multiple sweeps of your yard with multiple magnets of various lengths to pick up all those nails.
What is the difference between 3-tab and architectural shingles?
The main difference is that 3-tab roofs are 1 layer thick and lay completely flat. Architectural shingles have an additional layer of asphalt applied to the body of the shingle. This extra thickness provides not only additional impact resistance but also helps resist against wind damage. The additional layers also give the shingle more depth which help make the shingle pop with shadow lines.
How long will it take to replace my roof?
Most asphalt shingle roof replacements only take 1-2 days! The timeframe may be a bit longer depending on weather considerations and the material you choose.
How often should I have my roof inspected?
After your roof is about 10 years old, it’s a good idea to get your roof inspected once a year.
How do I know if I need a roof repair or a full replacement?
Typically, you can repair your roof if it has a small isolated issue, is less than 10 years old, and was installed properly. But if your roof has a large area of damage, your roof is over 10 years old, or there are structural concerns, then you should likely opt for a full replacement.