Roofing

How many different types of roofs are available for my home?

New technologies are being developed constantly. All representatives are trained to keep up with the ever-changing industry. It is very important that you speak with one of our trained representatives today.

Do you offer a warranty?

We offer five years to twelve-year Labor warrantees, as well as the extended warranties offered by the material manufacturers.

What type of payments are accepted?

We accept Cash, Checks, Visa, Master Card, and American Express.

Do you have financing available?

Yes, we offer 30, 60, 90-day plans as well as long-term financing, for qualified applicants.

How long will my job take?

In most cases one to three weeks.

Who is responsible to remove debris?

We have our own dump trucks that come and go daily removing roof debris. No unsightly containers that sit in front of your property emitting smells and rodents.

Should I have concerns at the start of the job who should I contact?

Your representative, or call the helpful office staff between 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Should I pull my own permit?

ABSOLUTELY NOT! The permit process is designed to protect the public from the unlicensed and uninsured people who pretend to know the business. Any liability from a construction project is the responsibility of the permit holder. EXAMPLE: If a worker falls off your roof and the permit is in your name, you become responsible for his medical expenses! If someone cannot pull the permit, chances are good they don’t know the building codes, or carry workers' compensation insurance. There are many, many more reasons not to pull your own permit. NEVER LET AN UNLICENSED CONTRACTOR CONVINCE YOU TO ASSUME THAT KIND OF LIABILITY.
Log onto https://myfloridalicense.com/default.asp to check the status of a state contractor.

When can we begin?

Under normal circumstances, we’ll start your job 5 to 7 working days after we receive the permit.

How do I know if I need a new roof or just a repair?

Have your roof inspected by a Certified Roofing Contractor that is Licensed and Insured. He will explain, due to the age, condition, and type of roof, if a repair can be made, or if a re-roof is the solution in your situation.

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