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There are several signs that indicate your roof may need to be replaced, such as the age of the roof, missing or damaged shingles, leaks, or water stains on the ceiling, visible cracks or damage to the roof structure, or excessive granules in the gutters. If you notice any of these signs, it’s best to have a professional roofing inspection to assess the extent of the damage and determine if repairs are needed.
While minor roof repairs may be possible for some homeowners, it is generally recommended to hire a professional roofing repair service. Roofing repairs require specialized knowledge, equipment, and safety precautions. Professionals have the expertise to identify and address underlying issues, ensure proper repairs are done, and provide warranties or guarantees for their work.
The duration of tearing off and replacing a roof depends on various factors, including the extent of the damage, the size of your roof, weather conditions, and the complexity of the roof structure. Most roofs can be replaced in one to two days but larger, more complex roofs, when done right, can take several days and sometimes up to a week for very large roofs.
In some cases, roof leaks can be repaired without replacing the entire roof but it is often difficult to pinpoint what is causing a leak. Where water may show up on the inside could be a long way from where it is actually entering from the outside. If the roof is significantly deteriorated, has multiple leaks, or is nearing the end of its lifespan, a roof replacement may be more cost-effective in the long run.
Coverage for a roof depends on your specific homeowner’s insurance policy and the cause of the damage. Generally, if the damage is due to weather-related events your insurance may cover the cost to replace it, minus any deductible. However, it’s important to review your policy, talk to an agent and understand the coverage limits.
Please note that these answers provide general guidance, and specific details may vary depending on your location, type of roofing material, and insurance policy. It’s always recommended to consult with a professional roofing company and your insurance provider for accurate information and advice related to your specific situation.
There are several signs that indicate it may be time to replace your roof, such as frequent leaks, missing or damaged shingles, excessive granule loss, sagging or drooping areas, or a roof nearing the end of its expected lifespan (typically 20-25 years for asphalt shingles). If you’re unsure, it’s best to have a professional roof inspection to assess the condition of your roof and determine if replacement is necessary.
Yes, a roof replacement presents an opportunity to choose a different roofing material if desired. Common roofing materials include asphalt shingles, metal, tile, slate, or cedar shakes. Consider factors such as durability, aesthetics, climate suitability, and budget when selecting a new roofing material.
Yes, a new roof can increase the value of your home. A well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing roof enhances curb appeal, which can attract potential buyers and potentially increase the resale value of your property. Additionally, a new roof provides peace of mind to homeowners and may be seen as a positive selling point.
Yes. We offer a 50-year manufacturer’s warranty against defects and a 5 year coverage on the installation labor.
To file a homeowners insurance claim for roof damage, you typically need to contact your insurance provider as soon as possible after the incident. They will want to understand the extent of the damage which is where we can help. We can inspect your roof at no cost and take pictures which you can Share with your insurance company. We can also help initiate the claims process for you if you’d like.
If your insurance claim for roof damage is denied, review the denial letter carefully to understand the reasons. It’s essential to communicate with your insurance provider to seek clarification and provide any additional information that may support your claim. We can help in the process by discussing what we find directly with the adjuster.
The coverage for a roof replacement depends on your insurance policy, deductibles, and the terms of your coverage. Most insurance policies cover the cost of roof replacement minus the deductible. However, factors such as the age and condition of the roof may affect the coverage amount. Review your policy or consult with your insurance provider to understand the coverage limits and any applicable depreciation factors.
Remember, each insurance policy and claim is unique, so it’s important to review your policy, and communicate directly with your insurance provider for accurate and personalized information and know that we are here to help with the process as much or as little as you would like.