FAQs

1. Do I really need a new roof or can I repair it?

We perform onsite inspections of the complete building envelope, which includes getting into the attic space or crawl space when required, and we will give you a verbal recommendation on the spot.

2. Pricing?

We believe in delivering the most cost effective roofing systems in the shortest amount of time without compromising Safety, Quality or Workmanship. Some other major considerations are size, difficulty, job-site conditions, weather and building use.

3. Scope of Work – How long and what’s involved in the job?

We provide a complete written, scope of work including measurements, blueprints, AIA documents, if needed, and time frames along with pricing.

4. Do you have the right insurance coverage?

We are required by law to carry workers compensation and general liability as “roofers” we are also bonded and insured for the protection of our larger customers $2,000,000+

5. What kind of guarantee do you give?

We provide the longest and most comprehensive warrantee by all of the large manufactures as well as our in house 10 year workmanship guarantee. We also provide maintenance plans to prevent premature failure of existing systems.

6. Have you done something similar, we can look at?

Chances are we have! Probably right in your neighborhood, and we are happy to put you in touch with previous clients, with their permission of course.

7. Do you have your own people?

Yes. All of our workers have completed their OSHA 10 hour training and our safety officer inspects each job for site specific challenges before, and during operations

8. Clean Up?

We leave our projects cleaner than when we get there!

9. What about the weather?

While we prefer to do our installations from March thru December, it is within the Manufactures Specifications to roof all year. Keeping in mind that a clean, dry, structurally sound surface is needed, with temperatures of 40 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal, also a clear forecast.

Remember after all is said and done – it is the installer that makes the difference. An inexperienced installer can put on the most expensive material on your home or office, and you will still have a problem. KNOW YOUR INSTALLERS!!