Frequently Asked Questions
There’s some problem with the roof is detected when they start leaking or other serious damage occurs. It is advisable to inspect your roof twice a year to uncover cracked, missing shingles; loose seams and deteriorated flashings; and other potential signs of roof problems. Indoors, look for cracked paint, peeling wallpaper or discolored plasterboard as potential signs of a damaged roof.
We provide our clients with two basic options. First, complete roof replacement, where we will tear-off the existing roof and install the new roof. Second, we will re-cover the existing roof with a new roof system. Our professionals will carefully check the roof. If it already had one re-cover installed, then we will recommend to remove the old roof and install a new one. It is because some building code requirements don’t allow more than one roof system re-cover.
Not necessarily. There can be any reason behind a leaky roof. Leaks can result from flashings that have come loose or some area of the roof might be damaged. So, our professionals will fix the issue. A complete roof system failure, however, generally is irreversible and is the outcome of improper installation or wrong choice of materials. We will assess the issue and suggest the best option.
No, we would not suggest that. Professional roofing contractors are trained and experienced. They have the tools and expertise to complete the job safely and efficiently. You can damage your roof or get hurt in the process that can be extremely dangerous.
Most new roof systems are built to last for about 20 years. Some roof system types, such as slate, clay tile and certain metal (e.g., copper) systems, can last longer. It also depends on various factors like roof installation, material selection, climatic condition etc. However, proper maintenance can add life to your roof system.
The price of a new roof system depends on a variety of things such as materials selected, contractor doing the work, home or building, location of the home or building and local labor rates. Keep in mind that price is only one factor, you should also focus on quality of the materials and workmanship.
No, our estimates are absolutely free. So call us today for a FREE ESTIMATE on your residential or commercial roof.