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An estimate should include a very detailed description of the work that is to be done, including a detailed list of all roofing materials, underlayment type and thickness, flashing location.
We will be there between 7-8AM to begin your project on the date scheduled. Expect some noise to occur during "tear off" of roof.
First Payment - 10% or $1,000 (whichever is less) Down Payment: Due before project commences.
Second Payment - 50% Payment: Due upon arrival of materials.
Final Payment - The resting amount of the balance: Due at completion of project.
An estimate would be about 3 days, but it all depends upon project size, type and job. After estimating your requirements we provide you detailed information about cost, job scheduling and time frame that we need to done listed job.
We will not schedule your job if there are chances of rain, but if your project is scheduled (and it rains unexpectedly) we will reschedule you for a later time.
Sometimes, this answer is obvious: a hole in your roof, missing shingles,
leaks, or animals living in your attic. Other times, the signs you need a
new roof are little more subtle. If your roof is more than 12-15 years old,
it may be time to get a replacement and get ahead of any problems that
result from a damaged roof.
Curling shingles, missing or damaged flashing, ice dams, and discolored ceilings and walls are also good indicators that it's time to replace your roof.
The longevity of your roof will depend on its materials, its installation, and its ventilation, so it’s hard to give a straight answer. Typically, a solid, well-constructed roof will last between 12-15 years. Depending on the quality and type of shingles you chose and the underlayment of your roof, that number can go up to 30 or more.
Every roof is different, so every roof costs a different amount. When
considering the price of your new roof, roofing contractors take a few
factors into consideration: size, old roof removal, style, shape, materials,
and other features like chimneys, skylights, and vents that they need to
A replacement roof is a big investment, and giving a quote without examining your unique situation would not be in our customers’ best interest.
According to Better Homes and Gardens, a whopping 40 percent of a home’s
curb appeal is due to the condition and aesthetic of the roof. When selling
your home, if your roof is in bad shape or in need of major repairs or a
replacement, you may have a lot of trouble getting people to bid on your
A lot of buyers these days are on a budget, and don’t want to spend money on major repairs after they just bought a house. Replacing your roof before you sell can help you get ahead of trouble while still recouping most, if not all, of the costs when you sell.
While there is no official “roofing season” and roofers work all year
round, summer and fall are usually busier months for most roofing
contractors. Factors like snow, rain, ice, and sleet can impact how quickly
roofers can safely and effectively get your roof finished, which is why
dryer, warmer months are when most people opt to get their roofs replaced.
However, replacing your roof in the winter or spring could result in a quicker install due to more availability and less demand.
While some home projects can be “DIY’d” and turn out fine, roofing is not
one of them. Each year, more than 6,000 Americans die from falls in the
home, many of which come from tumbles off of roofs and ladders while doing
repairs or regular maintenance, making it one of the most dangerous DIY
projects you can do. Plus, you could be violating your roof’s current
warranty or do the work improperly, resulting in expensive repairs and
replacements down the line.
Not to mention, a one-man roof replacement job compared to an experienced team of professional roofers warrants a higher risk for mismatched shingles, holes, and other issues with the aesthetics and quality of your roof.
The shape and style of your roof will determine whether you need a shingle or flat roof, while your budget will most likely determine whether you use asphalt or designer/luxury shingles. It’s important to keep in mind that those aren’t the only materials of which your roof is comprised. In addition to shingles, there’s decking, drip edge, ice and water barrier, underlayment, flashing, and ventilation.
We have all the skills and experience necessary for your project, and we're confident that I can make an immediate impact. We understand that getting your roof replaced it is big decision and we want to help you throughout your project.