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FAQ roofing facts

Did you know????

On a average 7/10 homeowners don't know that it is recommended to have their roof inspected at least once a year, due to changing climate and constant weathering.weathering.Roofing problems and solutions can be addressed and mitigate expenses especially when being proactive. 

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Commonly asked questions

-What is Ice & water/ eaves protection

This is an underlayment with an adhesive backing that will be used on your eaves/valleys to prevent ice damming. When roofing, this barrier can make the difference in preventing water damage and woodrot vs having mild probelms in the future.

-What is ice damming?

An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of roof and prevents melting snow(water) from draining off the roof. The water that backs up behind the dam can leak into a home and cause damage to the walls, ceilings, insulation, and other area's.

-What is Synthetic underlayment? 

Synthetic underlayment is said to be 25x stronger than your standard 30lb felt paper and provides better breathability for your roof and is more versatile to handle for installers.

-What happens if you encounter wood rot or plywood that needs replacing?

My motto for plywood replacement is that if it wont last the lifetime of the new shingles it should be replaced. For peace of mind the first 5 sheets are on us!

-What is the process if any property gets damaged?

Care for customer property is in our top 3 values. Our first step is to document. Second step is to match or repair. Third step is to install. We'd like to say it'll never happen, however if it does we take all necessary steps to ensure your property is in the same, if not better condition when we leave site upon completion.


-How do I choose a contractor?

When choosing a contractor you typically want to see if they can provide a portfolio, references, and see what kind of reviews they have if they have a webpage.

How do I know if my quote is fair?

- Usually I suggest that when you're getting quotes, to get 5. one will always be over inflated, one will always be underbid, and you should be left with 3 that are in the same ballpark. Those 3 would be your ideal choices, then you just need to narrow them down.