Frequently Asked Questions
$1,000 Down Could Get You a New Roof!
Common Frequently Asked Questions
If you have an emergency, our team is on call 24/7 to help. We’ll get there as soon and efficiently possible so that your home can be water-free in no time!
The time it takes to repair your roof will depend on the severity of damage. If you have minor issues, a few days should be enough for us get everything taken care off; however if there are more extensive problems with structural integrity or installation style than just surface damages like missing nails etc., then expect an extended period until these tasks can effectively complete- likely over two weeks!
The typical two-day process for installing a new roof starts when you call, but it depends on the size and type. Some jobs can be done in one day while others may require three days or more!
That is correct! We will even work with your insurance company on behalf of you, ensuring they have every detail they need to properly and accurately file a claim so that we can get covered.
Your roof replacement cost will depend on many factors, including material and prior condition. You can expect to pay anywhere from $260-$500 per square for a new construction job like yours or perhaps as little at 350 dollars if only some repairs are needed!
When making a home improvement decision, it’s important to understand what your options are and how each one will affect you long-term. Sometimes repairing an existing structure instead of replacing it can be the best option for many reasons; if this sounds like something that interests you then make sure speak with someone who knows more about these types’ projects!
When you need to repair your roof, it will be more cost-effective in the long run than replacing an older one. Roof repairs can extend its life and get you through until that time comes when we tear off our old roofs for new ones!
As long as you make sure your roof is ventilated and installed properly, it should last 25 years. If that’s not enough for yes then maybe now would be a good time to replace them!
You can tell if your roof is sagging because it will have a dip on the flat part, or there may be humps and waviness in its appearance. Cracks might appear as well; they’re most often found near walls that are not level with one another due to poor foundation workmanship from days gone by!
The perfect time to replace your roof is now! Fall and winter are considered the best seasons for an easy replacement. With rain, snow or heat in these periods you can count on us because we’ll be able complete it quickly without sacrificing quality workmanship that will last through summer’s hottest days intact.
In general, this is the recommended replacement schedule based on the material used: Composition Shingles: 12-20 years. Asphalt Shingles: 15-30 years. Wood Shingles: 20-25 years.