It depends on the the size and complexity of the roof. A typical house that is going back with shingles will take a day or two.
We offer free inspections and will provide an estimate based on your needs.
No, but it is loud. So you may want to head out for the day.
We suggest speaking with a trained professional to assess the ice and come up with a solution.
Ice dams form when snow melts from the upper, warmer part of the roof and then runs down to the colder part (eave) of the roof and refreezes. The ice accumulates and forms a dam that prevents additional snowmelt from flowing off the roof.
Sometimes we hand-measure a roof and sometimes we will use software to pull the measurements.
Some of this can be from natural elements like algae or lichens. Sometimes it can be caused by high levels of smog or pollution. Sometimes it’s just the age of the roof.
There are static systems and mechanical systems. Static systems rely on an intake and exhaust from soffit vents and a ridge. Mechanical systems utilize fans to actively pull out the air.
Once a claim is filed, the carrier will assign an insurance adjuster to the claim. The adjuster will typically inspect the damage within a week of being assigned the claim.
After receiving the scope of work from the carrier and the insurance check, you should contact your contractor to have them review the scope. If there are no changes to be made to the scope of work, then the work can begin.
Yes. We work with insurance companies.
We are a locally run company that takes the time to explain the process with all of our customers. We understand that a roof is one of the most expensive maintenance items for your home, and we don’t take that lightly.
We are certified with CertainTeed and Owens Corning for asphalt shingles. We also install slate, concrete tile, flat roof, and metal.