Frequently Asked Questions
What is a general contractor?
A General Contractor is a figure that takes the lead in a project and is in charge of contracting all trades that are required to complete the job.
What is Restoration?
The action of returning something to or close to pre-existing conditions.
Do you restore?
Yes, we restore home that have suffered water, fire damage, storm damage.
Do you install emergency tarps?
Yes we provide that service.
How much does it cost to get a quote?
No cost, it is free to get a quote.
How much does it cost to get an inspection?
Our 360 full home inspection is absolutely free.
How are payments made, and when are they made?
Payment is made the day of installation by check, debit & credit card, money order or cashiers check.
What about permits?
We handle all permits or authorizations before an installation.
How can I be involved with the design build process?
Clients always choose their shingle design and color.
How do I communicate with you?
Via Txt, call or email or visit our website.
What causes schedule changes?
What type of materials do you use on your project?
We use Laminated Composite Asphalt Shingles
What are my options if I decide to reroof?
You can file an insurance claim for a re-roof if your property suffered storm damage.
How do I determine if I need to completely replace my roof if I discover a leak?
We can perform a 360 inspection of your roof and property and determine what needs to be done.
How Long Can I Expect My Roof System To Last?
A well constructed roofing system can last 25-35 years.
How do I know what type of roofing shingle is best for my roof and my budget?
We can help you determine at the time of the free inspection.
How long does it take to replace my roof?
We can replace most roofs in about 8-12 hours.
How can you tell if a roofer is bad?
A contractor that does not give you detailed estimates, or tells you that you have to pay the full amount upfront, I will probably stay away from that company.
What do I do if I see a stain in my ceilings?
Call us right away. A stain can be an active water filtration or leak coming from above. We have the tools to mitigate the leak and perform the dry out service.